The backbone of any Business, Strategy defines your today and tomorrow. In todays era of disruption, strategy is more important than ever. Disruption and innovation are redefining entire industries – Profit pools are shifting, Consumer behaviour is changing, Ecosystems are evolving.
We help you mobilize for change, navigate uncertainty, and flex as needed, to achieve sustained, profitable growth. We handhold you right from planning to implementation; Streamlining and defining your systems and processes to meet your organisational goals & objectives
Visioning Workshop – Defining your Vision & Mission, in alignment with your Goals & Objectives,
Business Modelling – Drawing your Business Model Canvas, and drafting your short term and long term Business Plans,
Business Process Reengineering – Putting Systems & Processes in place, Organising your Documentation in accordance with Audits & Compliance
Keep it SMART- Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timely Results to fuel your Growth
Scratch to Strategy
We bring a method to the madness of disruption. And our methods are rigorous, industry-tested and proven.
Keeping in the mind the interests of the end users & all stakeholders, We work with you to analyse your workflows, to wean out the inefficient ones and optimise on the real value ones.
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developing strategy processes and procedures
We work with you to redesign your core business process for improving the output.
We also work with you to analyze your workflows to wean out the inefficient ones and optimize on the real value ones.
This exercise is
1. Know your requirements
The first step for business process re-engineering, or BPR, is knowing your requirements.
You have to understand both a benchmark of where your organization is, a crystal-clear idea of how work gets done today, and at least the start of scoping out why you want to do BPR.
One trap we often see is that companies have the idea to take on a PBR project before they have an understanding of what problem they have.
For instance, one company might choose to engage a BPR project because they feel that their systems could be improved.
And while optimization is always welcome, there are often faster and cheaper ways to do it than BPR.
Therefore, organizations need to do two things for a successful BPR project.
First, define their requirements based on a benchmark, current state, and an ideal future state.
Second, define the scope of the project, outlining exactly why you’re planning on doing this and what the justification is for further investment.
From these early discussions, you can extract a full project brief and act strategically.
Tips to learn your requirements :-
1. Map your current requirements
2. Benchmark your current processes
3. Talk to end users and all stakeholders
Tips to linking BPR and business strategy :-
1. Identify a BPR executive champion
2. Identify a meaningful goal
3. Control, measure, and iterate
Business Process Re-engineering Strategy –
When executed effectively, business process re-engineering can not only improve processes and businesses but actually reinvigorate workers’ engagement with the company. By consulting and engaging with behaviour in a meaningful way BPR truly improves the way work is done.