Rapid Response Management

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Rapid Response Management
Scott M. Shemwell, Strategy Consultant, United States

Rapid Response Management (RRM) is an organizational construct or mental model that enables the organization and its key partners to rapidly sense changes and respond accordingly--quickly. While it maximizes the effectiveness of management knowledge to address change, it is not “simply gut feel”. Rather it is a simple yet sophisticated, methodical paradigm any organization can quickly and inexpensively implement.
The RRM model is composed of five major sections:
• Knowledge Management, or those subjective thought processes unique to the human being.
• The Software application suite that empowers knowledge workers.
• The Performance Construct articulated in the RRM Matrix that determines the level of fitness and responsiveness for any given organization during its life cycle.
• A Data Management system designed to enable decision-makers to navigate massive data stores in a straightforward manner.
• A Sensor to Desktop system designed to feed process relevant real time data and update management control of decision processes on an ongoing basis.
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Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Hi Scott, thanks for sharing this interesting model. Perhaps you could add some further information about it? What are its key benefits and cons? Could you also send us a better version of the picture you added? Thanks...



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