The main objective is to identify and quantify all opportunities to use the company’s resources more efficiently.
|1. What can be improved?
||AREA OF IMPROVEMENT
|2. Opportunity impact (qualitative and quantitative)
|3. How much can you improve? (Qualitative and quantitative)
|4. What has to be done?
||SCOPE AND METHOLOGY
|5. How much time is needed?
|6. What resources are needed?
|7. Is it profitable?
The analysis obtains an integral overview of the present state of the organization through different points of view:
- Organizational Structure ( Communication, Reports )
- Human Recourses ( Culture, Abilities, flexibility to change)
- Work system ( Administrative, Operative and Commercial)
- Management control systems
- Operating efficiency
- Computer Systems
Once the analytic stage is concluded a proposal is presented to offer our services through a feasible project. This proposal contains:
- Possible Improvements
- Expected financial gain
- Expected qualitative objectives
- Economic benefits and objectives guaranteed by contract
- Project Strategy
- Consulting methodology to implement
- Investment required
Twelve steps, twelve advantages
1. Our projects have an average duration that may vary from 6 months to 2 years, and aim to bring about substantial improvements in organizational performance.
2.Our projects include Change Management tools that ensure the active involvement of company personnel, minimize wear of the organizational structure and reduce resistance to change.
3.A full-time consultant is responsible for designing and delivering training courses for the development of new staff skills. These tools are implemented within the most appropriate area of the organization (Human capitals or Organization and Methods) in order that they can be reused permanently.
4.We are committed to implement all planned activities to the fullest (our responsibility is not only to design ideas but to make them work).
5.PLEXUS guarantees the expected results by including a minimum annual return always greater than 1 to 1. The total investment return potential is determined during the analysis process.
6.Our projects are mostly self-financed. Economic performance commitments are established throughout the project in order to minimize the customer’s investment until the results are generated.
7.PLEXUS is committed to the completion of the project strategy within the agreed cost. If there is a delay PLEXUS continues to work at the same cost until all stages of the project are fully implemented.
8.Project development is not only aligned but it integrates the premises, policies, values and quality systems established by the organization.
9.To ensure proper operation and monitor PLEXUS installs all management systems.
10.All projects are focused on changing staff work habits and skills development (Coaching).
11.Our Client’s staff is involved in the process right from the start, this is to solve problems, identify and develop solutions together. This is so the proposal is focused on the present situation of the company and to provide a sense of belonging that increases the commitment and decreases resistance to change.
12.Throughout the first five weeks of the process all evaluation indicators, methods to evaluate economic performance and starting point (baseline) are defined. These indicators will be monitored weekly through progress meetings.
Once the improvements are implemented we closely follow up to identify any problems that might emerge and to offer support to those responsible in correcting them. This is essential to ensure the permanence of any improvements made.
In PLEXUS, audit systems are developed from different views so we can clearly focus on the real cause of the problem and the amount of support required.
|Remote Audit Process
||Cause Analysis Presencial
||Monitoring improvement actions
|Remote performance audit
||Analysis of individual performance Presencial
||Monitoring improvement actions
|Monitoring System Variable remuneration
||Outsourcing of qualified personnel