Crafted for the changeable organization.
Organization that works
We will be alongside you and your team to create a system that will work.
We understand that every system is unique. Our approach applies organizational design best practices, however, we understand that one size does not fit all. You don’t want another consultant who will come, observe the system and suggest improvements without being there for you all the way. Our goal is to help you implement those improvements and become a part of your growth.
If you need to know WHO is doing WHAT and WHEN?
Our solutions can help you get there.
Organization design is a process for shaping the way organizations are structured and run. It involves many different aspects of life at work, including team formations, shift patterns, lines of reporting, decision-making procedures, communication channels, and more.
Our goal is to become your trusted partner and ensure that you have the most effective organization structure & supporting elements to get business results you desire. Your structure not only has to support business for today, but also business growth for tomorrow.
We will design a structure that focuses on effectiveness, efficiency and clear lines of accountability. Our approach applies organizational design best practices, however, we understand that one size does not fit all. Your company is unique and so will be our solution, tailor-made to suit your uniqueness.
Process improvement involves the business practice of identifying, analyzing and improving existing business processes to optimize performance, meet best practice standards or simply improve quality and the user experience for customers and end-users.
Process is defined as a series of actions that you take in order to achieve a result. Your process requires a clear definition. Your process is what you can tweak and enhance. Great thing about this is that every process improvement leads to the agility of your company and higher return on investment.
There are several different methodologies designed to help your organization tackle process improvement like Kaizen, Kanban, TQM, Lean Six-Sigma, PDCA, 5S, VMS, just to name a few. Each aims to help your business identify process issues, fix them and analyze the success or failure of those changes.
Despite that common goal, each methodology suits a different need. Some frameworks focus on LEAN process improvement techniques, while others focus on getting your company culture in the right place for process improvement. Regardless of the technique in question, they all help us to pursue the same goal: to minimize errors, reduce waste, improve productivity and streamline efficiency.
Performance Dashboard Development
Performance or KPI Dashboard is an irreplaceable tool for any business manager. By collecting, grouping, organizing, and visualizing the company’s important metrics, it provides a quick overview of the company’s performance, well-being, and expected growth.
You can’t manage what you don’t measure. By using Performance/KPI dashboards, organizations can access their success indicators in real-time and make informed decisions that help them achieve long-term goals. Let us help you to align your strategy with effective metrics for performance. We can save your time by doing the heavy lifting & ensure a continuous return on investment.
Just like anything else in life, you want to know where you have been, where you are and where you are headed. An effective dashboard will enable you to do that and give you high visibility to the most important efforts of your organization while saving you time and energy to be your best.
Agile Management & Human Resources
Are you tired of the outdated industrial era performance management of our forefathers?
There are big differences between how we traditionally manage performance and the opportunity that we have to get better performance from our team members. Organination model for performance focuses on a positive approach to getting the performance that you want out of your people.
Here are some distinctions between our approach and the traditional approach below.