There are four basic principles of consulting; these are:
- Focus on the relationship: Understanding the personality and expectations of client, client organization and all other stakeholders
- Clearly defined role: Defined roles and responsibilities for both clients, other stakeholders and consulting team
- Visualize success: Helping the client see the end at the beginning
- You advise, they decide: Client is the best person to decide
Prerequisites and major obstacle
Once a business owner defined the needs to take a business to the next level, a decision maker will define a scope, cost and a time-frame of the project This may or may not be in conjunction with the our consultant. Once this is agree Geenyous will support and nurture the company from the very beginning of the project until the end, and deliver the project not only in the scope, time and cost but also with complete customer satisfaction.
Project scoping and planning
The usual problem is that a business owner doesn’t know the detail of what the project is going to deliver until it starts the process. In many cases, the incremental effort in some projects can lead to significant financial loss. This is where the Geenyous’ detailed planning and presentation will aide in the reduction, if not complete removal, of this uncertainty.
Business process and system design
The scope of a project is linked intimately to the proposed business processes and systems that the project is going to deliver. Regardless of whether the project is to launch a new product range or discontinue unprofitable parts of the business, the change will have some impact on business processes and systems. The documentation of your business processes and system requirements are as fundamental to project scoping as an architects plans would be to the costing and scoping of the construction of a building.
Project management support
The most successful business projects are always those that are driven by an employee who has the authority, vision and influence to drive the required changes in a business. It is highly unlikely that a business owner (decision maker or similar) will realize the changes unless one has one of these people in the employment. However, the project leadership role typically requires significant experience and skills which are not usually found within a company focused on day-to-day operations. Due to this requirement within more significant business change projects/programs, outside expertise is often sought from firms which can bring this specific skill set to the company.