McKinsey 7-S framework

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A framework for analysing and implementing organizational change based on the interrelationship between seven key factors that contribute to organizational effectiveness: structure, strategy, systems, style, staff, skills and superordinate goals. The framework was devised by the McKinsey consultancy firm in 1980 to encourage managers to extend their thinking beyond the commonly accepted key variables of strategy and structure.

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