Firm Structure & Strategy
Transition from a traditional firm model to a newer, more innovative future model!
- Identify areas of your firm’s strategy and structure that need modernized
- Move towards greater transparency for effective succession and more engaged staff
- Understand the benefits of virtual work arrangements and alternative pricing structures
- Capitalize on the strengths of each generation
Start Here: Why Transition Guide
This guide outlines why your firm may need to reframe its structure and strategy. Discover what modifications may be needed, where to make them and the impact they can make on your future.
Strategy Refinement Tools
Assess your firm's current culture, talent and clients and determine steps and tools needed for transition
Better understand and assess new and different work arrangements
Implement innovative hiring, retention and advancement best practices and become an employer of choice by using these tools from the PCPS Human Capital Center
Stress your firm's added value, present options and be prepared for pricing objections by using these tools from the PCPS Trusted Client Adviser Toolbox
Ensure that these culture questions, by Tracy Crevar Warren, are incorporated in your interview process
A business model shows how an organization defines, creates, delivers and captures value for, with and to its key stakeholders in a consistent and coherent manner.
Transparency for Effective Succession Tools
- Moving Toward Greater Transparency PowerPoint
Teach the basics of firm economics
Generational Competence Tools
- Generational Assessment & Approach Tool
Understanding the generational breakdown of your firm will help you determine where to focus your efforts.
- Employee Engagement Survey
Gauge your employees’ responses in six dimensions of employee engagement.
- Multi-Generational Workforce PowerPoint
Tailor this presentation to staff or leadership and educate on different preferences for each generation.