How does Synerlux Build Enterprise Synergy?

Enterprise Synergy is a wondrous alignment of method and purpose. It builds on an holistic perspective; offers a recipe for ever-lasting success; and the opportunity to change your world.

We help our Clients to seize the full potential of new thinking, by illuminating the unseen forces and factors that both help and hurt your operations. We then tailor our methods to maximize benefits, minimize costs, and provide you with unparalleled results in very short order.

In every endeavour, these competing forces are at play, working either to further your success, or finish you off. Because the general tendency is toward entropy, decay and decline; you must maintain a forward momentum of synergy to progress and succeed over time.

The vicious cycle of destructive dynamics will erode the productive and profitable potential of any organization. Given time, this is inevitable, unless we work to prevent it.

The virtuous cycle of constructive dynamics is what drives our success. When we combine our efforts effectively, this synergy is the result – the whole becoming greater than the sum of it’s parts.

Efficient resource utilization is about harmony, flexibility, balanced capacity and coordinated timing. It requires well integrated control systems, and effective management to reduce waste and loss — whatever the resource in question may be — materials, energy, machine time, or staff skill.

Having all of the resources in the world is useless if you don’t have the time to use them. This is why time is more valuable than money. Time is opportunity.

No organization is an island unto itself. They are all interlinked by various ties of competition and cooperation, across the full width and depth of the supra-boundary system. Numerous links exist with various enterprises, individuals, government agencies and NGOs.

It is important to note that some entities are worthy of competition and cooperation at the same time.

In business, the more people and organizations we can cooperate with – the more likely our success will become.

Organizations of all kinds must locate, acquire, and combine resources effectively to transform them into valuable work products. This general process occurs in all kinds of living things. Understanding this organizational metabolism provides us with many valuable insights.

Organizations of all kinds, no matter what their mission or methods, must bear various costs to accomplish the work at hand. In the process, these costs are transformed into valuable products and services. Organizations literally transform their costs into value for others.

Organizations literally transform their costs into value for others. This is the cycle of value upon which our economy and society are built.

To study organizations, we must consider that they are systems with boundaries, made up of sub-systems, operating in a supra-system with economic, environmental and social facets. With all endeavours in every corner, potential is developed internally, and realized externally.

Lasting success demands outstanding performance on all three dimensions, and across every element.

While the economic imperative is well understood, the environmental and social imperatives are only just now coming to be understood as competitive playing fields. This explains why for businesses, being well-known and better liked is the key to long-term success. To succeed in this, organizations must pursue triple bottom line performance improvement — for excellent economic results, true environmental sustainability and ever-greater social responsibility.

Unlike other living things whose options are constrained by their biology, organizations can literally transform themselves by adopting and acting upon new ideas. This ideological determinism is what sets organizations apart from other living things, and the natural order.

Organizations are capable of transforming themselves by changing the ideas they act upon.

This ideological determinism is a special strength for organizations, and sets them apart from the natural order.

Being a ‘good corporate citizen’ is a good start, but there is no reason to stop just there. While no one should discount the important societal contributions of paying wages, taxes and dividends, this is far from the full measure of what an organization has to offer society. By seeing beyond these simple exchanges, an organization can become more than itself – it can become a true enterprise, in a truly enterprising sense.

Because organizations – businesses in particular – have resources, capacities and capabilities that individual citizens typically do not have; they can play a transformative role in society, in a way that few individuals ever can. At issue is: What kind of transformation should be pushed and pursued? If maximizing the profit potential of the enterprise is the sole objective – that is, extracting wealth – it is a certainty that individuals and groups within the society will rise in opposition. Conversely, if the focus is on ‘the profitable, greater good’, it is much easier to find partners and supporters to carry the enterprise forward. This mindset has been termed ‘enlightened self-interest’.

By applying the innovative capacities of an enterprise in this direction, business leaders can achieve a win-win that will pay dividends long into the future, for all involved. This is the way ahead for forward-looking organizations that work to create ‘bigger pies’ for all, in contrast to those who seek merely a ‘bigger slice’, all for themselves.

This explains why performing as a ‘Social Steward’ can help an enterprise to achieve a number of very valuable objectives, including; easier recruitment of choice talent, retention of valued employees, community acceptance for new endeavours, preferential investment and access to grants, perhaps even regulatory forbearance and other advantages that amount to sustainable competitive advantage.

For this cause, Synerlux offers a unique set of services and systems that can help create a self-reinforcing dynamic of gains and growth, for the benefit of a company’s employees, shareholders and other stakeholders, altogether.

It all starts with a simple conversation.

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