Expertise, Specialities, Competencies ...
Oliver's core competency lies in being able to understand the overall dynamics of an organization, the way the organization interacts with its stakeholders and its market in local, regional, national and international levels.
Management of an organization today means managing not only being able to create value out of internal structures, but also from individual competencies and external structures.
The rise of the Internet has forced organizations to expand their organizational boundaries globally and enabled them to enable new business models through technology. Technology is an equal partner of people, processes, organization and strategy.
E-Business, as the term describing business models that use technology is a critical "normal" part of business that must be integrated horizontally across the extended enterprise. This is essentially a process of facilitation across numerous stakeholder groups.
Developing an organization means different things to different stakeholders. Common is usually though that based upon the organizational goal, new structures, processes, competencies and opportunities need to be leveraged.
This is true not only from a general management perspective, but also with a solid understanding of organizational values, E-Business capabilities and available skills.