With 2015 drawing to a close, the time has come once again for team OKP to pool its collective wisdom and forecast a theme for the year ahead. In discussing the value we bring to our clients and the industry as a whole, one word kept coming up and that word was ”perspective”. So, we hereby declare 2016 The Year of Perspective and resolve to help you utilise this most powerful tool.
At OKP, providing perspective is part of almost everything we do. We help organisations gain a clearer perspective, look at things from a new perspective, better understand their supporters’ perspective and benefit from an outside perspective.
Perspective is truly powerful. It enables you to see the bigger picture and make better, more informed decisions. It is a key component of effective problem solving. As Albert Einstein once said “problems cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them.” You have to open your mind and your eyes in order to achieve sustainable solutions over short-term compromises.
“Problems cannot be solved by the same
level of thinking that created them” – Albert Einstein
Perspective is also a prerequisite for change. You cannot take steps towards the future without first understanding where you have come from and knowing where you want to go. A clear perspective on your organisation and the environment in which it operates will give you the confidence to change direction, while a different perspective can help you know which way to turn.
“If you change the way you look at things,
the things you look at change.” ~ Dr Wayne Dyer
Over the next year, OKP will provide a range of articles, resources and events reflecting the theme of “Perspective”. If you have not already joined our mailing list, please click here to register and benefit from the many free services we provide.
We hope that 2016 is a productive and successful year for your organisation. If there is anything we can do to help put you on the right track, please do not hesitate to call us on 1300 721 799 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org