Dyspraxia is a motor learning difficulty that can affect planning of movements and co-ordination as a result of brain messages not being accurately transmitted to the body. Clumsy is often a word used to describe this condition.
Some organisations have a strong management team with both a clear vision and a real-time sense of how to respond to events as they arise. However their wisdom does not make it to those responsible for taking action quick enough for it to make a positive impact.
This implies that the corporate nervous system is impaired. This may well be the result of too many layers of management or simply clogged information channels running through the organisation.
Clumsy is rarely fatal, but sometimes it is. Thus the organisation needs to be coordinated from the head to the shop floor so that it can respond swiftly to threats and opportunities rather than tripping over them.