Strategy and Organization

MDIC is the telecom company that can
Top-performing companies derive more profit per employee than next tier performers. And while most companies convert their business strategies into actionable plans, the same degree of rigor is rarely given to the organizational implications of the strategy.  Indeed, many CEOs admit their talent management strategy is not aligned with their business strategy.


MDIC has worked with numerous telecommunication operators to define, build, and streamline organizations throughout all the phases of their life cycle.  Whether a start-up or a mature business, effective organizational strategy takes a holistic view of the needs, mapping out tasks and initiatives to transform the business from its current state to a desired one.


The MDIC takes into account the different regulatory constraints as well as internal organizational elements such as design and structure, operating standards and culture, competencies and skill mix, performance, capabilities and requirements, talent management systems and practices.