basic types     framework of procedure     task management     common paths

The core requirements on the task processing are a result of the leitmotif and the climate zone. Besides, other requirements result from schedule, number of persons involved and concerned, their experiences with change and development processes as well as the interplay with ongoing change and development issues and the day-to-day business.

The leitmotifs of a task processing determine its goals. The following are possible:
Medium- and long-term perspectives (this includes crisis prevention):
setting of a framework, orientation within the different divisions; when distressed restructuring is needed: preservation/basis for new perspectives
Effectiveness:
adaptation to the surroundings, stability, capacity for growth, clout, expansion, downsizing...
Efficiency:
improvement, simplification, optimization, enhancement, reduction...
quantitative goals (measurable / not measurable) and qualitative goals

We distinguish two climate zones in corporate development:
Tasks “in good times” are processed according to corporate planning (pro-active corporate development)
Tasks “in bad times” are processed as a result of a critical trigger (re-active corporate development)

The formulation of the task should create comprehensibility and identification. This is useful, because the determination and later publication can increase awareness and mobilize the commitment of all those involved and concerned. Also, it helps to circumvent the threat of dilution effects. To achieve these ends, the formulation of the task should
reflect the basic type and the individual manifestation of the leitmotif
represent the individual perspectives (problem-, solution- or target state-oriented)




















































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