Organizations, much like individuals, require a thoughtful, multifaceted approach to improve organizational effectiveness, increase knowledge sharing, streamline internal functions and engage employees. FRPC partners with small to mid-sized organizations in the commercial, social enterprise, and non-profit sectors to guide Organizational Development and Knowledge Management planning and implementation.

Strategic Planning consists of setting and prioritizing goals, then developing implementation strategies. As the saying goes, if you do not know where you are going, any road will get you there. Time set aside for reflecting on past achievements, determining what has gone well, or not so well, and charting the direction your organization wants to take sets you on the course for organizational success.
Change Management processes help you create a centralized message that managers can share to build support for the company’s overall mission. Keeping employees informed and on the same page leads to a marked increase in staff engagement and support. Companies thrive when everyone understands what goals they are working towards.
Knowledge Management facilitates getting the right knowledge to the right person at the right time. Understanding how your organization creates and shares knowledge, stores and accesses that knowledge, and connects employees with your strategic goals is key to creating a high performing organization. Knowledge is power, and when it is shared effectively, the organization will thrive.
Employee Engagement is hard to measure, but you know it when you see it. Gallop highlights, in the State of the Global Workplace, only approximately 30% of American employees are engaged in their organizations. Increasing your employee’s engagement will increase your top line through more customer and stakeholder satisfaction and decrease your bottom line through less turn-over, sick days, or other personnel related expenses.

Organizational Identity Development helps your business/nonprofit identify its core mission and values. Uncovering, identifying and understanding your true organizational identity enables the alignment between what you communicate and your organization’s actions. Knowing who we are and how we operate is essential to remaining relevant and growing in today’s business environment.