Business Transformation Consulting
Business transformation, as we believe, is a three step process:
The first step is to comprehensively define or capture the aspirations of the entrepreneur to:
- bring alignment of the team with these aspirations.
- Identify and prioritize the areas which have the maximum impact.
This is the step for creation of a business strategy roadmap for the future success of the business. Click Here for a presentation on the first step of business transformation - Creating a business strategy roadmap.
The second step is to deploy the actions identified in step one across all the prioritized areas of focus.
These action plans get segregated across.
- Process and System
- People, Structure and Performance,
- Customer, Market and Product and
- Financial planning, Management and Control
Click Here for a presentation on the second step of business transformation - Deployment of Action Plans.
The last step is to deploy a strong review mechanism to ensure continuous monitoring, review and feedback.
Click Here for a presentation on the third step of business transformation - Strengthen the Reviews for Sustenance.
Business Transformation through our “Intent to Delivery” (ITD) model ensures derivation of strategic objectives leading to specific action plans by understanding the intent of the business owner (in other words, what he wants to achieve in his business.)
The ITD model uses a unique tool called Quality Functional Deployment (QFD) tool which is used for deriving the “HOWs” for each “WHAT” stated by the business owner followed by implementation of the top “HOWs” to meet the business goals. QFD helps to derive and focus on the problem areas which need immediate attention for a business to grow.
ITD knits entire organization together towards identified organizational goals.
It´s unique because
- It´s a simple and highly effective strategic framework.
- Captures intent and aspirations of the relevant internal and external customers of the company.
- Converts them, through expert facilitation, into specific measurable actions through a unique deployment methodology.
“Intent to Delivery” (ITD) model ensures derivation of strategic objectives leading to specific action plan at functional and individual level. We facilitate ITD session with every aspiring SME as we believe this first step is extremely critical for laying the foundation for a successful business. Feel free to get in touch with us if you are interested in conducting the “Intent to Delivery” session in your organization. The case studies of two of our most prestigious clients can be downloaded here.
If you need more case studies of Strategy Roadmap that we have done for various Organisations drop a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lean Training and Deployment
Emprowess has championed operational excellence using Lean principles since its inception helping organizations scale up to meet business objectives. Our operational excellence using lean strategy knits it all together closing the Gaps which are the root causes of "WASTES" i.e. the Inefficiencies across Organization (Visible and Invisible).
A properly executed Lean transformation program can significantly reduce costs and improve employee satisfaction while enhancing the overall customer experience.
Emprowess has been instrumental in helping clients scale up their business by deploying Lean solutions across functions - from design, through production to distribution, which resulted in significant business upsides. The Emprowess model for achieving operational excellence in your organization is as follows:
- More than 200% Scalability
- Increase Customer Satisfaction (Retention, Engagement, Experience)
- Significant Cost Reduction ( on account of Error, Cost of Failure, Rework and Reprocess)
- Increase in Employee Pride
The sample Order to Cash process created by Emprowess for a telecom infrastructure company to streamline their operations can be viewed Here.
As a part of its focus on operational excellence, Emprowess coaches Business Leaders on Lean thinking through workshops designed specifically for aspiring Small & Medium Organisations and Large Enterprises aiming for strategic business transformation in both manufacturing and service sectors. The workshop is followed by Lean certification of the participants.
The program details are as follows:
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The workshop provides an in-depth understanding of the Lean Thinking fundamentals and is delivered through a series of activities, business simulations and focused discussions based on operational challenges we face in our day to day worklife.
Through the workshop, participants gains expertise in the understanding of Lean tools and how to derive business impact through waste elimination in critical business processes.
Emprowess has mentored and completed more than 280 Green Belt projects and 11 Black Belt projects across organizations leading to a financial impact of more than INR 4070 Million in totality. **eBook on Lean Methodology
Very few Organizations consider themselves excellent in executing Organizational initiatives successfully. Today organizations are losing an average of US$109 million for every US$1 billion spent on change projects.
A study conducted on 1186 Managers across India provides insights on the plausible reasons for the non-success of these strategic and operational initiatives undertaken each year. As a part of the study over 32 CEO/CXOs and Functional Heads across Large-sized and Medium-sized Indian Organizations were asked to respond to the following question**:
What makes an Organization competitive internally?
The study found that the success of any Organizational initiative is completely dependent on the Managers who exhibit wholesome involvement in driving or deploying the initiative.
"Belief Factor" about competitiveness of organization was found to be most critical in assessing probability of success for any business transformation initiative.
Organizations aspiring for continuous evolution and growth need to regularly assess the "Belief Factor" amongst their managerial cadre who are the change agents.
Our "Organization Competitiveness Index © (OCI)" tool was conceptualized to assess the Human Capital's Belief Factor in the Organization's Competitiveness and assess its readiness for future interventions.
OCI is an industry-neutral and statistically valid instrument to assess the managerial belief in any organisation. OCI comprises of 18 Statements categorized into four factors that influence the Competitiveness of an Organization. These factors are:
- Organisation's Resource Capability and Motivation
- Leadership and Organisation Culture
- Customer Sensitivity and Operational Excellence
- Alignment of the Managers with Organisation's Goals
Competitiveness of an organisation being assessed through the instrument is a reflection of the manager's "belief factor" in his organization.
The OCI study finds the main reasons for the low belief and these reasons give great insights into business areas which require immediate improvement. If you have more than 15 managers in your organisation and would want to assess the belief factor send a mail at email@example.com, The report of your company will be handed over to you FREE OF COST.
"Organization Competitiveness Index" (or "OCI") has been featured in the October issue of HR.com under the category "HR Strategy and Planning Excellence Essentials".
Given below is the link to the published article: Assess your Manager's Belief Factor: Before you plan the milestones, take this necessary step http://design.hr.com/ExcellenceEssentials/HRSP/SP_October2014/index.html#/23/