Gordon Strategy Group’s mission is to create a plug & play methodology that provides opportunity for the organization to gain buy-in and become an integral part of the solution, utilizing a hands on approach interconnecting multiple areas.
Business Plans: Create goal oriented actionable and presentation ready plans. Why create a business plan – because it is a tool for understanding how your business is organized. With a plan you can monitor progress, hold maintain accountability and control the outcome of the business.
Financial Planning: Understand the impacts to the bottom-line profitability of the organization and how the plan affects efficiency, effectiveness and the achievement of execution-related goals. Provide a competitive and sustainable shared service model.
Incentives and Controls: Understand the market challenges as the incentive and provide controls to gain competitive advantage.
Organizational Design: Equip your organization by developing a model of appropriate structures, objectives, controls, metrics, integration mechanisms, and incentives for implementing your strategy
Human Resources Management: Integrate HR policies and talent management strategies to understand the stages and tactics of implementation, forces for and against change, and ways to overcome resistance.
Training and Development: Implement training applications to meet the needs of the organization based on the strategy. Drive efficiencies by training teams to understand the plan and continue to develop competitive initiatives to sustain success.
Dr. Christina Barss is the Corporate Director of Leadership and Learning at Houston Methodist Hospital with extensive experience coaching and developing senior and c-suite global healthcare executives. She spearheaded innovative international education programs at Cleveland Clinic Health System. A credentialed researcher at multiple institutions, Dr. Barss is exploring the concepts of authentic and inspirational leadership. An engaging speaker, she speaks to operationalizing empathy in organizations to improve patient safety, satisfaction, and employee engagement and innovation. She is an organizational development professional with strong expertise portfolio of institutional and industry success in the following areas: business systems redesign and executive leadership development. Dr. Barss’ organizational research focuses on the integration and colocation dynamics of interprofessional healthcare team members to create outstanding disease based centers with integrated patient units supporting patient centered care. She holds a Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in Management; a Master of Science in Strategic Leadership, New England College; and a Master of Education in Instructional Design Technology, American Intercontinental University; and a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management, Daniel Webster College. She successfully achieved her Six Sigma Black Belt through Villanova University.
Alicia Bell is a passionate HR professional known for thought leadership and best practice research methodologies that produce solid teams in alignment with strategic business objectives. Ms. Bell holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Arts in Organizational Management and Certificate in Human Resources Management. Ms. Bell’s exceptional ability to execute and measure performance improvement strategies creating a culture of exceptional engagement will be an asset to Gordon Strategy Group.
Sean Bell is an enthusiastic and innovative training professional. Mr. Bell has proven experience to leverage technology, develop and deliver impactful content, as well as design and facilitate training. Mr. Bell holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications and a Master of Education in Instructional Technology. Mr. Bell’s innovative technical skills and training expertise are exactly what Gordon Strategy Group needs.”
It is with great respect and appreciation that I write this letter of support for Deborah Gordon. I have had the extreme fortune of knowing Deborah for the past four years… Read More