The continuous change in the operating environment requires strategic agility and renewal from companies and organisations. The changing ways and forms of work and evolving management require new kinds of capabilities.
This question sums up the essence of strategic capabilities. Strategic capabilities are those organisational capabilities that define the company's competitive advantage and the enablers of implementing the strategy. In turn, the organization's and individuals' ability to change ensures the ability to adapt and influence continuous change.
The purpose of the company answers the question “Why”, while the strategic capabilities answers the question “How”.
Strategic capabilities also serve as an excellent starting point for the development of personnel, whether it is the development of management or competence, talent management or the management of life cycles in work. Personnel strategies based on capabilities make the company's strategy live and enable each employee to connect to the company's strategy through their expertise and work.
A responsible company makes visible the capability needs of the future and enables its employees to develop their own skills towards them. This in turn strengthens the link between the purpose of the company and the importance experienced by the individual.
Even the best strategy works only when it is built on properly selected and well-managed strengths.
Strategic renewal is continuous growth and development and therefore requires visionary leadership. You don't have to be left alone. Together with your company's management, we ensure the long-term and agile development of capabilities.
"At the starting point, we wanted to make sure that we had the right skills now. The capability model created with HRM Partners has helped identify how we will stand out and succeed in fierce competition in the future."
Marko Rissanen, HR Director, DNA
"Together with HRM Partners, we set out to shape our management concept in a new direction so that it supports our business strategy and to include more strongly the personnel in implementing the strategy, and also to develop expertise and operating methods to respond more effectively to the challenges of the future."
Tatu Hauhio, CEO, Cramo