Our Ronin engagements are custom-tailored to clients based on our rigorous analysis of systems, capabilities, and skills. Using this analysis, Ronin Consulting partners with the client organization to create the most effective engagement models in order to unlock adaptability across teams. Based on the Discovery Phase results, our consulting teams work with client leadership teams to create a customized system that will drive adaptability within the organization. Adaptability at the organizational level is propelled by the sustained creation of Shared Consciousness and Empowered Execution. These two capabilities enable cross-contextual understanding of an organization’s goals and help push the right information to the right people for effective and timely execution. In order to foster Shared Consciousness and Empowered Execution within a client organization, the systems and processes that we codesign and implement with the client always focus on the following three outcomes: strategic alignment, a disciplined and sustainable operating rhythm, and cross silo collaboration. Using the results of the Discovery Phase, we offer a suite of management and software product and service offerings to deliver these outcomes.
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The healthcare industry is facing a pace of change that is radically faster than anything experienced before. New regulations (the ACA, and others), the sudden rise of price pressures, new competitor threats and business models, and the consumerization of healthcare are all contributing to a rapidly changing environment.
This problem is compounded by the fact that healthcare companies have complex organizational structures that limit their ability to rapidly communicate, coordinate, and make strategic and tactical changes across their organizations in real time. Hospitals are increasingly turning into systems; hospital leaders now need to create effective communication and coordination between scores of different outposts spread across cities and regions. This geographic dispersion makes rapid change increasingly difficult. Pharmaceutical companies are going through constant acquisitions and mergers—creating deep silos that make the creation of a unified culture much harder.