When your organization is reorganizing proactively, the way you communicate those changes has an outsized influence on how your employees view the reorganization. Having an accurate picture of your workforce before, during and after a reorganization can help you communicate proactively as well, thereby mitigating your employees’ anxiety. With one of our business analysts, project managers and possibly a solution architect, we are ready to partner with you for a successful solution. Our group of resources can help you weather this storm, and take you to the finish line successfully!
- Design: We first perform our assessment by taking stock into your current environment, the strengths and weaknesses, and taking a deep dive into your org chart from a holistic perspective.
- Model: We review your business goals with stakeholders, c-level execs, and your department heads to acquire a vivid picture with the intent to develop the best overall tactical approach.
- Plan & Execute: Plan your implementation and change management strategy. What does success look like? Which departments will experience the least and most after effects?
- Monitor: Communication Plan.
- Optimize: Execute a game plan.
Unleash the economic potential at the operational level:
- Reduce Process Inventory
- Increase Process Speed
- Reduced Flow Time
- Estimate productivity & efficiency of employees
- Utilize Resources
Improve strategic effectiveness
Big companies work on global strategic objectives and monitor performance. When a company starts to track KPIs, it somehow comes to business processes, because they provide predictable results.
That is why the business process management system provides strategic efficiency:
- Move from the goals set on paper to actions and changes.
- Processes can be changed upon management´s request. That´s why processes don´t hinder but help the strategic development of business.
- Incentive programs and payroll accounting are carried out according to the employee´s work.
Operational or essential processes – constitute the core business and deliver value to customers. They represent a chain of activities where each step must contribute to creation of customer value;
Supporting processes – are designed to provide support for operational processes;
Management processes – intend to measure, monitor and control the activities of the essential and support processes. Management processes are used to increase business efficiency.
Besides, it is important to understand that each process has a particular maturity level:
- Level 1: Initial – business processes are inconsistent and are not coordinated.
- Level 2: Managed – business processes are defined, but different procedures are used for similar tasks, making work badly coordinated.
- Level 3: Standardized – standard processes are synthesized from best practices, and guidelines are provided to support different business needs. Organization uses special software to automate processes (or parts of processes).
- Level 4: Predictable – detailed measures of the processes and their outputs are collected, analyzed and controlled. Process performance is measured throughout the workflow so that process outcomes can be predicted.
- Level 5: Innovating – The processes have owners. Process evolvement is aligned with the organizational goals. Processes are continuously improved.