Extra S-es in the 7S Framework by McKinsey


 
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Extra S-es in the 7S Framework by McKinsey
Dr. Dexter James
I was able to utlize the 7S model very effectively to conduct the assessment of the state of the public health system for my research thesis. However, the model was limited in coverage of other critical factors that required assessment and was expanded to include three addional S's. These include:
- 'SETTING' or context within which reform takes place;
- 'STAKEHOLDERS' with their varied roles and interests who play an important role in affecting implementation; and
- 'SEQUENCING', which looks at the manner in which the reforms are implemented.
This expansion may also be applicable to other organizations undergoing reorganization and transformation.
 

 
More S-es needed?
ANNAJULIA HUNGWE, CUSTOMER SERVICES MGR, Zimbabwe, Member
It appears this framework (sometimes) requires other attributes to be effective. The addition of other Ss as one member suggests or even other additio...Sign up
 

 
Absolutely!
Joshua Wilcoxson, Management Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
In analyzing the wholeness of the firm and prescribing its shared values, the context of it's competitive environment/stakeholders, etc is extremely r...Sign up
 

 
Missing Sís in the 7S Model of McKinsey
Wendy Garcarz, Business Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
For me one of the most valuable things you can do when using 7S model to understand culture and future focus is to listen to the STORIES that people u...Sign up
 

 
 


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