Six Flexible, Synergetic and Adaptive Components
Processes and Methodologies
To count on processes and methodologies that will ensure the correct selection of initiatives, perfect execution and accurate measurement of benefits produced by strategic initiatives.
To hire, develop, align and to retain capable professionals, who are able to successfully address strategic challenges outlined by the organization, the industry and the market.
Technology and Information
To design, model, operate and to continuously improve organizational structures, incentives, support and stakeholders, which are necessary for the correct performance of organizational programs and projects management.
To create, prioritize, identify, process and to share critical knowledge to properly face strategic challenges presented by an increasingly complex environment.
Hexagon Model is implemented in evolutionary and incremental cycles. Every cycle increases the potential of the capability and its contribution to the strategy execution.
At the end of each
cycle, the organization will have a stronger capability in programs and
projects management, improving, at the same time, the performance that the strategy execution
provides to the organization's value.
Incremental and Evolving Cicles
Cycle 0 - Assessment: Evaluation of the organizational strategy, state of the art of each 6 components and creation of the development plan of the following cycles.
Cycle 1 - Foundational Initiatives: Design and implementation of initiatives in every 6 that components that constitute the foundation of a good performance of the capability and future cycles.
Following Cycles: It is developed as a group of programs for improvement, and it involves: execution of previously installed elements of the capability, new programs and projects which expand and deepen the capability, and continuous revision of the organizational strategy.
When do cycles finish? Never, because we live in changing and complex times, where the strategy requires that capability to be adaptable to the new strategic challenges.