OE21TM Module 6

Leadership and Strategy  Excellence      

Module 6 Leadership and Strategy Excellence 

WHO BENEFITS FROM MODULE 6: The Leadership Focus Team is comprised of 2 or more participants who are senior leaders, directors, and top managers (e.g. CEO, CFO, CIO, COO,  and including Information Management managers. The Leadership Focus Team (LFT) Chair Person is accountable for Leadership Excellence results, including financial performance, marketplace performance, strategy alignment and accomplishment, leadership and social responsibilities, and impact.

WHAT YOUR LEADERS AND MANAGERS RECEIVE: 

Module 6 provides the foundation for Leadership and Strategy Excellence, and contains these OE21 Standards: 

1.1 SENIOR LEADERSHIP - Implementation of this OE21 Standard helps the organization:to:

  • Set and deploy organization mission, vision, and values to the workforce and to customers

  • Ensure that senior leaders personal actions reflect a commitment to organization values 

  • Promote and demonstrates legal and ethical behavior

  • Get employees and managers engaged and focused on key outcomes and results

  • Create an organizational environment for success

1.2 GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Implementation of this OE21 Standard helps the organization to:

  • Determine how the organization ensures that everyone in the organization behaves legally and ethically, how it fulfills its societal responsibilities, and how it supports its key communities.

  • Fulfill the need for a responsible, informed, transparent, and accountable governance or advisory body that can protect the interests of key stakeholders (including stockholders) in publicly traded private, and nonprofit organizations. 

 

  • Address (1) the need for ethical behavior, (2) all legal and regulatory requirements, and (3) risk factors

 

  • Address the public concerns for certain organizations including their cost of programs and operations, timely and equitable access to their offerings, and perceptions about their stewardship of resources. 

 

  • Address the conservation of resources (e.g., green technologies, reduction of carbon footprint, use of non-hazardous chemicals, energy conservation, use of cleaner energy, or recycling

 

P.2 ORGANIZATIONAL SITUATION - Implementation of this OE21 Standard helps the organization:to:

  • Capture important strategic and competitive information about the organization

  • Provide important strategy inputs to 2.1 strategy development and 2.2 strategy deployment 

  • Support B.1 Organizational Assessments

  • Used as part of the Baldrige Award Application (if you apply).

2.1 STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT - Implementation of this OE21 Standard helps the organization:to:

  • Improve Strategic Planning Process - The critical steps and tools used for strategy development are defined and documented.

 

  • Execute Strategic Assessments - Five critical strategic assessments (surveys with analysis) are defined and ready to deploy, including Customer Needs and Expectations, Key Stakeholder Needs and Expectations, Workforce Capabilities, S.W.O.T., and Community Impact and Risks. 

 

  • Ensure Strategic Alignment - Alignment of organization mission, key intended outcomes, strategic goals, strategic objectives, and key performance indicator measures and targets from the top (executive level) to work unit levels of the organization.

 

  • Enable Strategic Innovation - The strategy development process stimulates and incorporates innovation in understanding challenges, problems, and issues, followed by the capture of improvement or solutions ideas from all levels of the workforce.

 

  • Ensure. Strategy Impact on Work Systems and Core Competencies - The strategy development process stimulates improvements and changes in work systems and core competencies for new products, services, and market opportunities.

2.2 STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION - Implementation of this OE21 Standard helps the organization:to:

  • Implement Strategy Action Plans  - projects aimed at accomplishing Strategic Key Intended Outcomes (KIOs) including Excellence in Leadership, Customer, Operations, Workforce, and Community Results. 

 

  • Track Strategic Action Plan Progress - measured as (% complete vs. % planned) for each Strategy Action Plan task. 

 

  • Allocate Resources - ensure that financial and human resources are available to accomplish the Strategy Action Plans. Resource Allocation, and to provide budgets for all work units and departments. 

4.1 MEASUREMENT, ANALYSIS, AND IMPROVEMENT OF PERFORMANCE - implementation of this OE21 Standard was initially accomplished during Module 1. At this point, the organization finalizes the selection and tracking of performance measures for all key results indicators (KRI) and key results drivers (KRD).

  • Note 1: Many organizations refer to KRI as KPI (key performance indicators). 

  • Note 2: Key results drivers (KRD) are measures resulting directly from the implementation of all OE21 standards.

  • Finalize selection and tracking of Performance Measures - This standard defines how the organization selects and manages performance measures for tracking of data and information on daily operations, and for overall performance.

 

  • Finalize targets and measures for 7.1 Product and Process Results; including product and service performance and customer service processes, process effectiveness and efficiency, emergency preparedness, and supply chain management results. 

 

  • Finalizetargets and measures for 7.2 Customer-Focused Results; including customer satisfaction and engagement performance results. 

 

  • Finalize targets and measures for 7.3 Workforce-Focused Results; including workforce capability and capacity, workforce climate and satisfaction, workforce engagement, and workforce development. 

 

  • Finalize targets and measures for 7.4 Leadership Governance and Societal Responsibility Results; including senior leader’s communication and engagement with workforce and customers, senior leaders governance, legal and regulatory, ethical behavior, and results for societal responsibilities and support of vital communities, and achievement of organization strategy and action plans that contain strategic objectives 

 

  • Finalize targets and measures for 7.5 Financial and Market Results; including financial and marketplace performance results.

OE21 TOOLS: INSTRUCTIONS > IMPLEMENT > BOOST RESULTS

OE21 TOOLS FOR MODULE 2 LEADERSHIP AND STRATEGY EXCELLENCE - The following OE21 decision support tools are used in implementing the OE21 Standards in Module 6:

B.1-LFT-SI Leadership Excellence Results (survey)
B.1-LFT-S2 Customer Excellence Results (survey)
B.1-LFT-S3 Operations Excellence Results (survey)
B.1-LFT-S4 Workforce Excellence Results (survey)

B.1-LFT-A Results Excellence Dashboard (.xlsx) 
 

P.1-LFT-S Organizational Profile Part 1 (survey)
P.2-LFT-S Organizational Profile Part 2 (survey)

 

1.1-LFT-S Senior Leadership Results (survey)
1.1-LFT-A Senior Leadership Results Analysis (.xlsx)

 

1.2-LFT-S Community and Risk (survey)
1.2-LFT-A Community and Risk Analysis (xlsx)

 

2.1-LFT-S1 S.W.O.T. Strengths (survey)
2.1-LFT-S2 S.W.O.T. Weaknesses (survey)
2.1-LFT-S3 S.W.O.T. Opportunities (survey)
2.1-LFT-S4 S.W.O.T. Threats (survey)
2.1-LFT-A   S.W.O.T. Analysis (.xlsx)

 

2.2-LFT-S CFO Performance (survey)
2.2-LFT-D CFO  Performance Assessment Report (.pdf)

 

2.2-LFT-A Product Service Value Contribution (.xlsx)

 

4.1-LFT-M Metrics Selection Tables (.xlsx)

 

2.0-LFT-P Leadership Excellence Strategy Plan (.xlsx)

 

2.0-LFT-M Leadership Excellence Results (.xlsx) 


Figure 2-1 below presents an example OE21 Trend Chart for Strategy Excellence Results.

Figure 2-1 Example OE21 Trend Chart for Strategy Excellence Results.

MODULE 6 IMPLEMENTATION

Objective 1 - 1.1 SENIOR LEADERSHIP 

  • Milestone 1 - Mission, Vision, Values statements created and approved    

  • Milestone 2 - Communications Policy created and approved    

  • Milestone 3 - Key Intended Outcome (KIO) goals adopted and approved    

  • Milestone 4 - Mission, Vision, Values, Communications Policy and KIOs updated on Intranet    

  • Milestone 5 - LFT 1.1 Senior Leadership Results survey conducted

Objective 2 - 1.1 SENIOR LEADERSHIP 

  • Milestone 6 - LFT 1.1 Senior Leadership Results Analysis, Trends, and Simple Plan completed

  • Milestone 7 - Mission, Vision, Values, Communications Policy and KIOs published 

Objective 3 - 1.2 GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES 

 

Note 1 - Governance Systems are normally required for public, government, or nonprofit organizations. They are not required (optional) for most corporations, LLCs, or small businesses. 

  • Milestone 1 - Organizational Governance System Description (OGSD) - if applicable    

  • Milestone 2 - Integrate OGSD into LFT Leadership Excellence Strategy Plan    

  • Milestone 3 - Community & Risk (survey, analysis, and legal/regulatory compliance)    

  • Milestone 4 - Planning for societal responsibilities, fair costs, conservation    

  • Milestone 5 - Establish Community Alliances and Contributions    

  • Milestone 6 - Update LFT Leadership Excellence Strategy Plan and Results (KPIs)    

Objective 4 - P.2 ORGANIZATIONAL SITUATION 

  • Milestone 1 - Prepare for and conduct P2 Survey       

Objective 5 - P.2 ORGANIZATIONAL SITUATION 

  • Milestone 2 - Review P2 Survey Results    

  • Milestone 3 - Create P.2 Organizational Situation document    

Objective 6 - 2.1 STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT 

  • Milestone 1 - Strategic Planning Preparations    

  • Milestone 2 - Customer and Prospective Customer Assessments    

  • Milestone 3 - Stakeholder Needs and Expectations Assessment    

  • Milestone 4 - Workforce Needs and Expectations Assessment    

Objective 7 - 2.1 STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT 

  • Milestone 5 - S.W.O.T. Assessment     

  • Milestone 6 - Community Impact and Risk Assessment    

  • Milestone 7 - Set and Align Strategic Objectives    

By the end of Objective 7, the organization should have finished all the assessments (milestones 1 to 6) and should have a preliminary set of strategic objectives created from assessment results.

Objective 8 - 2.1 STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION 

  • Milestone 1 - Mission, Vision, KIO(s), Strategy Objectives    

  • Milestone 2 - Strategy Action Plans    

Objective 9 - 2.1 STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION 

  • Milestone 3 - Resource Allocation/Approval Strategy Action Plans    

  • Milestone 4 - Strategic Plan   

Objective 10 - 2.1 STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION 

  • Milestone 3 - (Continue) Resource Allocation/Approval Strategy Action Plans    

  • Milestone 4 - (Continue) Strategic Plan   

By the end of Objective 10, the organization should have Strategy Action Plans and a draft Strategic Plan, with this hierarchy:

  • Key Intended Outcomes (a shortlist of strategic themes or goals)

  • Strategic Action Plans (one for each Key Intended Outcome)

  • Strategic Objectives (milestones within each Strategic Action Plan)

  • Tasks (an individual task with performing organization, a start and finish date, and estimated labor (hours at specified labor rates) or non-labor dollars (material, subcontracts, other non-labor costs)

 

When all the above objectives are completed, the OE21 Certification Coach conducts a final review of the Module 6 standards implementation and provides feedback to the focus teams. When all module requirements are met, the OE21 provider organization issues individual certification (no badges for Module 6) to all focus team participants who actively engaged in implementing Modules 1 through 6.

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Certification Awards: Certified Management Analyst - Organization Excellence (CMA-OETM

The CMA-OE is the final implementation objective for all participants. The next phase is continuous improvement. This phase means that all focus teams continue to use their own aligned standards and tools as shown in Modules 2 to 6. Specifically:

  • Workforce Focus Team is responsible for OE 5.1, 5.2a, 5.2b and 7.3

 

  • Operations Focus Team (Support Processes) are responsible for 6.1d, 6.2a, 6.2b, 6.2c and 7.1

  • Operations Focus Team (Key Processes) are responsible for 6.1a, 6.1b, 6.1c and 7.1

  • Customer Focus Team is responsible for 3.1, 3.2, 3.2a and 7.2

  • Leadership Focus Team is responsible for P.1, 1.1, 1.2, P.2, 2.1, 2.2, 4.2, 7.4 and 7.5

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  • All Focus Teams share responsibility for "common" standards, A.1, B.1, and 4.1. 

   

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