Think: Uber, Airbnb and Deliveroo

Successful organisations transform

During economic disruption and times of uncertainty, in order to survive, organisations must embrace transformation by being more agile, by making informed decisions and by creating strategic partnerships within their ecosystems.
Change is inevitable

Organisations are in a constant motion

Entrepreneurs, start-ups, SMEs, NGOs, large public, private and third sector organisations, institutions, councils, local administrations, government bodies are fluid systems which react to both internal and environmental forces.

C-suites, VPs and executives set the control measures and steer change, to ensure it increases shareholder value.

However, visionary leaders, invest time and energy to design and deliver successful transformative programmes, to ensure the organisations they run remain competitive throughout the financial year.

Senior executives bear the responsibility of monitoring market behavioural trends and instructing early mitigation and corrective actions to protect the integrity of their offering and buyer’s perception of their value proposition.

Take a simple approach to problem solving and focus on details

Business transformation simplified

Analyse the current state

Interview key stakeholders, establish financial drivers based on relevant accounts, produce target operating model and business case for change.

Design the future state

Define what “good” looks like for the firm, what generates most value for the shareholders, what is long term value; define the why, how, what golden circle.

Deliver the transition

Provide work breakdown structure, risk mitigation, appoint roles, establish SLT reporting channels, PMO, RAID logs, dashboards, close out protocols.

Unprecedented challenges

In today’s business world, organisations are faced with multiple internal and external complex issues which span from the effects of digital disruption and social media to international trade and power dynamics triggered by the top 20 emerging markets.

Organisations exist due to people and individuals also respond to socio-economical changes including factors such as education, welfare, unemployment rate, equality and diversity or effects of globalisation such as power of labour and shifts in labour markets.

A thorough assessment of the organisation DNA creates the unique profile which combined with the global MegaTrends creates a unique risk profile enabling the C-suite to make informed decisions

Accelerate change by activating multiple enablers

Understand the source of client demand and reposition the offering to maximise returns
Understand the source of client demand and reposition the offering to maximise returns
Make informed decisions based on analytical data, sensors, financial or technical metrics
Make informed decisions based on analytical data, sensors, financial or technical metrics
Maximise revenue by improving utilisation through up-skilling and multi-skilling
Maximise revenue by improving utilisation through up-skilling and multi-skilling
Remain focused on measurable outputs

Expand in emerging markets