SVA Consulting’s Bryan Bechtoldt, MS, EdD is featured in a guest column for the Milwaukee Business Journal with his article titled “What Was Isn’t, So What Should It Be?”.
Constraints are a catalyst for innovation because they force change to occur as humans fundamentally find ways to advance beyond the barriers placed in front of them. Many leaders have witnessed how their organizations adapted, advanced, and even innovated as a result of the COVID-19 constraints. To manage these constraints, active decision-making can be employed. Making active decisions requires looking inside new processes to see how they are improved, the new virtual way of interacting to understand the benefits and limitations, and the impact these changes have on society as a whole. Taking the best of what’s new, along with the best of the former, will allow change to happen purposefully.
Bryan is the President and Principal for SVA Consulting, LLC, a member of the SVA family of companies. In his role, he works with SVA’s clients to help them prepare their organization for transformation through shaping vision and development of implementation strategies. To this process, he brings a broad set of knowledge from both practical business experience and academia. This combined knowledge often times allows Bryan to position differentiated thought to a growth based or problem solving exercise.