Organizational Analysis and Design

Organizational structure must be designed to serve the execution of your business strategy. Analysis of handoffs and ownership of process across the value chain are key aspects to coming up with the right structure. More and more companies are realizing that flattening organizations requires the dismantling of hierarchical structures into collaborative ecosystems, and this transition is paying off in terms of reduction of cycle times and cost, while at the same time, boosting innovation, productivity and efficiency.
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Business Process Development

In a highly competitive business environment, organizations need to dismantle hierarchical structures and set up an environment where collaborative ecosystems can flourish. This enables large companies to be nimble in adapting to marketplace changes, and small companies to achieve scale, reach and delivery capabilities. Moving from hierarchical structures to collaborative ecosystems pays real dividends in reducing cycle time and costs, and boosts productivity and efficiency.
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Metrics and Analytics

There is no doubt that people’s behavior and performance are shaped by the metrics they feel accountable for. While it makes sense to ensure that staff are “doing things right”, management must also make certain that they are “doing the right things”. The formula for success lies in getting both right. Business Performance Measures provide a crisp summary to track progress. Operational Metrics provide the necessary supporting details to enable drill down analysis. We develop metrics by taking a top-down approach, and include the detailed analysis for defining the metrics, data requirements, targets, frequency and roll up mechanisms.
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Project Management

Project Management starts with the development of a project plan, which includes defining project goals and objectives, specifying tasks or how goals will be achieved, what resources are need, and planning budgets and timelines for completion. It also includes implementing this plan, and developing careful controls to ensure the project is being managed successfully. Project Management usually follows major phases, such as feasibility studies, project planning, implementation, evaluation and support and maintenance.
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