Interaksiyon advises management consistent with a set of core principles 

Organizations are open, dynamic systems. They are more than a set of discrete processes to be individually optimized. Because improving management is only a part of overall organizational improvement, Interaksiyon  assessments address related systems, including leadership and planning, both inside and outside of your organization.


Efficiency and effectiveness are different. Improving efficiency by reducing costs or time does not necessarily increase the ability to meet organizational goals. Interaksiyon  aims at leverage points needed to assure quality, relevance, and productivity. 

Program management is an inherent executive function. Consultants can advise, support, and coach, but they should not work in isolation and provide prepackaged, turnkey solutions. Interaksiyon  collaborates with you to assure that you are intimately involved in the development and ownership of options.

Structures and strategies exist for a reason. Organizational strategy is as emergent as it is prescriptive. Interaksiyon  works under your structure, builds from your recent management assessments, and starts from where you are. We do not provide canned answers based on assessment templates.

Risk mitigation is sometimes more important than optimization. Mission performance may mean developing structures to avoid mistakes as well as those needed to improve efficiency. Interaksiyon  will help you decide where this is appropriate. Beyond making your organization more effective, our aim is to make it fault-tolerant and failure resistant.

Prescription without diagnosis is malpractice. “Been there, done that” can only go so far in organizational assessment, strategy and performance improvement. No one, not even you, has been where your organization is going over the next few years. We commit our diagnostic expertise, independence and objectivity to help you to plan the best course.


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