Schreiber Paris, LLC Announces First Business-Stakeholder Alignment Stress-Test™ That Determines Where Companies Lose Customer Value

The process uncovers exactly where customer value is lost for a company, and what caused the issues.

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We designed the Alignment Stress-Test to be akin to a medical physical exam. It identifies not only existing, but potential problems. Even when people think they are healthy, they typically will have a yearly exam.

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2014

Schreiber Paris, LLC a company that focuses on helping organizations create increased customer value by achieving full-functional alignment introduces a full-proof STRESS-TEST to uncover exactly where a company’s strategy is misaligned and where they are “bleeding” value.

The new “Alignment Stress-Test” identifies subtle, or difficult-to-detect gaps between the company’s strategy, mission and values, and the perceived needs and expectations of key stakeholders. Once the areas of misalignment are identified, the firm offers a proprietary methodology that clients have judged to be “one of the most powerful tools” they have seen to help a company identify where it is creating or losing its ability to enhance customer and other stakeholder value.

“Schreiber Paris aims to enable the Board, a CEO, or other top executives to have a clear view of whether or not the leadership team in the company or function is truly aligned so as to maximize customer and stakeholder value”, said Elliot Schreiber, Ph.D., Chairman of Schreiber Paris, LLC. “We designed the Alignment Stress-Test to be akin to a medical physical exam. It identifies not only existing, but potential problems. Even when people think they are healthy, they typically will have a yearly exam. If problems exist, they are identified, and then we work with the client on a process to fix the issues”; he added.

According to a white paper written by IBM, some 90% of companies fail to execute their strategy successfully, resulting in a loss of market share, profitability and market value. Companies typically blame individuals for these problems or reorganize, yet the problems often continue. The “Alignment Stress Test” determines if there are personnel and leadership issues, or whether there are policies, procedure or cultural issues that have been undetected, and are taxing customer value. “Research has found that as internal alignment and engagement increase so too does customer value creation, and that the relationship between employee engagement and customer value is the best route to greater shareholder value”, said Schreiber.

“We will offer the Alignment Stress Test in two parts, both of which are integrated with internal and external stakeholder discovery processes, said Dennis Paris, CEO of Schreiber Paris, LLC. “Depending on the client’s situation, we can initiate the discovery process with key internal members of a management team, or externally first with customers, distribution channel and/or supply chain members who are considered critical stakeholders. Our goal is to offer a low risk and highly affordable first step to helping companies not only to hedge against market decline, but to go from good to great as a business desires sustainable and defensible growth:” said Paris.

In addition to the Alignment Stress-Test, Schreiber Paris, LLC, has designed their proprietary services to be systematically compatible with the newest addition to their service list. These changes provide benefits to the clients’ ability to understand their deficiencies and make appropriate changes quickly and efficiently.

About Schreiber Paris, LLC:
Founded by former corporate executives from different business disciplines, Schreiber Paris, LLC helps companies isolate and fix critical strategy-execution issues that plague nearly 90% of all businesses. The company believes that customer value creation is not a program, but rather is a way of doing business that differentiates those companies that are perceived to be good versus those that are considered to be great.

For Further Information:
Adam B. Schreiber, Chief Operating Officer
1357 Broadway, Suite 303, New York, NY 10018
adam(at)schreiberparis(dot)com
http://www.schreiberparis.com


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