A Crisis Management Service for
Businesses and Organisations
Afflicted by the Coronavirus
Pandemic

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Dr Selva Pankaj has access to an extensive network of global change management leaders and world-renowned academic professors, including from Stanford and Harvard Universities, and their global network of alumni. With this network and his experience of being a successful UK business owner, a developer of the Thinking into Character programme and an investment banker, Selva has developed a crisis management service which can operate worldwide. Selva has gathered a group of advisors to assist him, on a case by case basis, to help clients manage crises in an effective manner.

Crisis Management Service

More recently, and as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Selva has been providing the Crisis Management Services to clients on a retainer basis. This entails Selva acting as a problem solver and for some clients, working as a mentor by assisting them using the TiC concepts and proven management tools from reputable thinkers and CEOs. The problem solving methodology is based on his study at London Business School, Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business in California.

Fundamentals of the Crisis
Management Service

The fundamentals of the Crisis Management Service, are underpinned by Selva’s recent training at Stanford on leading change and organisational renewal, which has solidified his thinking around contemporary crisis management. The innovative current management thinking used in Silicon Valley, San Francisco can assist British and global companies to navigate the economic shock of the current crisis – a potential world economic collapse must be managed with diligence, pragmatic thinking, and a positive mind set, all whilst applying the proven models and the same principles apply to individual businesses and organisations who have been gravely affected by the restrictions associated with the pandemic.

Problem-Solution
Continuum is the answer

The answer rests with the “Problem-Solution Continuum” and the concept of a design school, learning from Stanford, California as part of this service to clients and to help solve the challenges other people and organisations are facing, which can be referred to as “problems to be solved”. This then enables the world to identify an “opportunity GAP” or a “performance GAP”, with in the concept of “giving to society” and not just “trading”.

Selva also pays great attention to the theories of Prof. Clayton Christensen at Harvard Business School and studies daily all of his publications in the world of disruptive innovation and his world famous literature on ‘How do you measure your life?’ The key learning is also to implement the Jobs to be Done Theory.

It is not simply a matter of first fixing the problem and then searching for a satisfactory solution concept. Instead, it is more to be a matter of developing and refining together the formulation of the problem and ideas for its solution, with constant iterations of analysis, and evaluation processes between the two “spaces” – Problem and Solution, with constant focus on “The Solutions” with a positive mental attitude and with a growth mind-set. Otherwise, a solution for a problem in itself can become a problem.

An example of this is use of plastic cups to reduce the risk of customers experiencing an injury from broken glass in for example, nightlife environments, or to reduce the mundane task of washing glasses, this was a solution in 1950’s; however, this has since resulted in increased landfill with detrimental environmental effects; plastic is a massive problem now in 2020.

Selva’s areas of
expertise/research interest
are on the following topics:

  • The challenge of strategic change.
  • Organisational diagnosis and managerial problem solving
  • Using culture for competitive (dis)advantage
  • Strategic innovation and organisational evolution
  • Strategic leadership, corporate entrepreneurship – execution and challenge
  • The industrialist dilemma
  • Design thinking process
  • Scaling behavioural changes in a successful firm, and this is so useful in a Covid-19 context.
  • Scaling up excellence
  • The organisational dynamics of taking charge
  • Change without formal authority
  • Leading cultural change
  • Leadership taking action – TODAY

Fees

Fees will be agreed on a case by case basis dependent on the nature of the project. If a long-term solution is sought, then a monthly retainer fee can be agreed.

A Crisis Management Service for
Businesses and Organisations
Afflicted by the Coronavirus
Pandemic

Dr Selva Pankaj has access to an extensive network of global change management leaders and world-renowned academic professors, including from Stanford and Harvard Universities, and their global network of alumni. With this network and his experience of being a successful UK business owner, a developer of the Thinking into Character programme and an investment banker, Selva has developed a crisis management service which can operate worldwide. Selva has gathered a group of advisors to assist him, on a case by case basis, to help clients manage crises in an effective manner.

Enquire now

We take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal data to provide you the services you have requested from us.

Yes, I would like to be contacted regarding my enquiry on the product or service. *

Yes, I would like to be contacted about products and services, promotions, special offers, news and events.

Please contact me via *
EmailPhone

 

Crisis Management Service

More recently, and as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Selva has been providing the Crisis Management Services to clients on a retainer basis. This entails Selva acting as a problem solver and for some clients, working as a mentor by assisting them using the TiC concepts and proven management tools from reputable thinkers and CEOs. The problem solving methodology is based on his study at London Business School, Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business in California.

Fundamentals of the Crisis Management Service

The fundamentals of the Crisis Management Service, are underpinned by Selva’s recent training at Stanford on leading change and organisational renewal, which has solidified his thinking around contemporary crisis management. The innovative current management thinking used in Silicon Valley, San Francisco can assist British and global companies to navigate the economic shock of the current crisis – a potential world economic collapse must be managed with diligence, pragmatic thinking, and a positive mind set, all whilst applying the proven models and the same principles apply to individual businesses and organisations who have been gravely affected by the restrictions associated with the pandemic.

Problem-Solution Continuum is the answer

The answer rests with the “Problem-Solution Continuum” and the concept of a design school, learning from Stanford, California as part of this service to clients and to help solve the challenges other people and organisations are facing, which can be referred to as “problems to be solved”. This then enables the world to identify an “opportunity GAP” or a “performance GAP”, with in the concept of “giving to society” and not just “trading”.

Selva also pays great attention to the theories of Prof. Clayton Christensen at Harvard Business School and studies daily all of his publications in the world of disruptive innovation and his world famous literature on ‘How do you measure your life?’ The key learning is also to implement the Jobs to be Done Theory.

It is not simply a matter of first fixing the problem and then searching for a satisfactory solution concept. Instead, it is more to be a matter of developing and refining together the formulation of the problem and ideas for its solution, with constant iterations of analysis, and evaluation processes between the two “spaces” – Problem and Solution, with constant focus on “The Solutions” with a positive mental attitude and with a growth mind-set. Otherwise, a solution for a problem in itself can become a problem.

An example of this is use of plastic cups to reduce the risk of customers experiencing an injury from broken glass in for example, nightlife environments, or to reduce the mundane task of washing glasses, this was a solution in 1950’s; however, this has since resulted in increased landfill with detrimental environmental effects; plastic is a massive problem now in 2020.

Selva’s areas of expertise/research interest are on the following topics:

  • The challenge of strategic change.
  • Organisational diagnosis and managerial problem solving
  • Using culture for competitive (dis)advantage
  • Strategic innovation and organisational evolution
  • Strategic leadership, corporate entrepreneurship – execution and challenge
  • The industrialist dilemma
  • Design thinking process
  • Scaling behavioural changes in a successful firm, and this is so useful in a Covid-19 context.
  • Scaling up excellence
  • The organisational dynamics of taking charge
  • Change without formal authority
  • Leading cultural change
  • Leadership taking action – TODAY

Fees

Fees will be agreed on a case by case basis dependent on the nature of the project. If a long-term solution is sought, then a monthly retainer fee can be agreed.

Get in touch
with Dr. Selva Pankaj

If your organisation is struggling to stay afloat during the Covid-19 outbreak, or if you are unsure about how to prepare your organisation for a changed world once the lockdown restrictions are relaxed, please contact Selva.

In the Great Depression during the 1930s a small minority of companies bucked the trend and achieved huge success. Selva can help you be one of them today.

If you are keen to explore this service please contact Selva via the enquiry form.

Dr. Selva Pankaj