|Date Published||October 16, 2014|
|Company||Resource Management Innovaitons|
|Article Author||Richard Kneeshaw|
|Article Type||PULSE Interactive Newsletter Oct. 2014|
|Tags||Business Transition, Resource Management Innovations, Retirement, S&S, Strategic Business Planning|
The Canadian economic landscape has been presented with an aging â€˜baby boomerâ€™ demographic challenge as boomers prepare for retirement. We have all heard of the impending â€˜skills deficitâ€™ as our economy faces the unprecedented migration of senior technical skill sets out of the workforce, at a time when whole industries are intending unprecedented growth. At this time, there is no replenishment â€˜waveâ€™ to compensate for the discrepancy â€¦ at a time when the governments of many developed countries are taking a more critical view of traditional immigration solutions as we seek to secure our borders. For you and I personally as owners / operators of a small to medium sized enterprise (SME) we have similar resource deficits on our immediate horizon. For example;
So how does a business weather this transition you ask? The design, development andÂ deliveryÂ of Strategic Business Planning is tricky, but essential. RMI engagements include the elements of Assessment and Planning â€¦ but what makes a successful transition, we believe, is managing theÂ Implementation. That â€¦our clients tell us is the single greatest value we return.
An RMI engagement brings the disciplines of both process and project management, having earned accreditation with all of the above mentioned services which we plan, organize and control. Arriving at your defined point of destination on time and on budget.
In so doing, realizing your Business Transition as a result of Good Management, not Good Fortune.