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McKinsey 7s model

McKinsey 7s model is a tool that analyzes firm’s organizational design by looking at 7 key internal
elements:, strategy, structure, systems, shared values style, staff and skills, in order to identify if they are
effectively aligned and allow organization to achieve its objectives.

 Plan devised to maintain and build competitive advantage over the competition.

Structure  Represents the way business divisions and units are organized and includes the information of who is accountable to whom  It is also one of the most visible and easy to change elements of the framework. Style:  Style of leadership adopted. over time. are the foundation of every organization.  The style of leadership that you use should fall in line with both the culture of the organization. . Plans for the allocation of firms scarce resources. information system. Skills:  The actual skills and competencies of the employees working for the company. to reach identified goals. so having a strong understanding of the skills within your staff is something that you should prioritize. and the needs of your team. promotion and performance appraisal system. Systems:  The daily activities and procedures that staff members engage in to get the job done  Financial system.  "These are the core values of the company that are evidenced in the corporate culture and the general work ethic. Staff:  Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of your team is a classic leadership responsibility – but you also need to know how to then get the most from them while also developing their skills along the way.  It is the management style of company’s leaders.  A good leader will constantly be improving their team so they are stronger tomorrow than they were today.  You never want to ask someone on your team to do something they aren’t capable of. Shared Values:  They are the norms and standards that guide employee behavior and company actions and thus.