Business Process

Organization’s Lifecycle

Growth and reorientation of the organizational structures. Poor understanding of interdependencies and connections between processes. Use of multiple different systems, platforms, and management models, which interface but do not necessarily communicate and link properly. A lack of granular and specific understanding of stages, activities, and roles in core and non-core processes.

Efficient Processes

Increased service level and profitability, driven by cost decrease. Ability to adjust processes and cope with more advanced compliance principles. Fast reaction and decision-making in response to changes in customer needs. Alignment between areas of the business. Increased consumer satisfaction. Shorty and competitive time to market.

Process Re-design

Engaging professionals across the business to collaborate in the redesign process. Transforming entrenched beliefs about “how things are done”. Managing conflicts of interest between functions in changing roles, responsibilities, and decision-making power. Considering new tools and systems that impact process, but rely on external providers.

Our Methodology

Evaluate and prioritize processes based on gaps and risks. Redesign processes to maximize efficiency within the business. Map the enabling factors for the processes to become embedded in the day-to-day. Prepare and run the implementation plan, supporting the team to execute according to the organization’s targets.