Management consultancy provides for business owners resources and expertise which enables their business to grow and develop. Our management consultancy services provide businesses with the resources that enable them to do more, quicker and more effectively than traditional approaches to employing new staff.
With a background in business development from research to delivery we aim to improve the direction and effectiveness of their business strategy. Projects can range from organisational performance and operational processes through to market research and development. Management consulting covers great diversity in disciplines, but starts with good project management scoping and the ability to hit the road running as an experienced management consultant.
Our typical management consultancy programmes break into three service areas.
- Strategy Consulting: the specialisation that focusses on strategic and board room advise. Where to be playing in which market, including:-
- Strategic Direction Setting
- Business Planning
- PESTLE analysis
- 5 Forces
- Competency Assessment
- Market research
- 2. Operational consulting: which focusses on improving the management and operations of organisations, including:
- Process Development
- Marketing & Sales Processes
- Efficiency Improvement in processes and operations
- 3. People development: focused around human capital consulting services aimed at improving the results of the HR function.
- Succession Planning
- Management Development
- Change Management
What does a management consultant do for you?
Management consultancy provide senior decision makers advise on business strategy and organisational matters. We provide services which include developing a new strategic plan to enable the business to find new areas of growth. Often commissioned to advise on innovation or unique projects, we identify the scope and full remit in understanding the customer’s precise requirements before establishing our working plan to deliver those goals.
Another key role is in implementing the proposed solutions providing a practical and cost-effective execution of innovative new solutions. Assignments vary from improving the efficiency of business processes, the implementation of new systems and processes. We typically remain involved until change transitions are complete and new ways of working have become embedded inside the operations. The handover is often when ‘business as usual’ is being seen within operations.
Non-Executive Director Role
The role of being a Non-Executive Director (NED) can be a formal or informal role working with business owners and directors. Acting as extra pair of eyes and ears to discuss ideas, advise on the forward strategy and deliver the resources the company needs to enter new markets. Working over the long-term allows us to become embedded within the organisation and able to support at the senior level decision making and the shaping of the business over an extended period of time.
- A non-executive director is a member of a company’s board of directors who is not part of the executive team.
- A non-executive director typically does not engage in the day-to-day management of the organization but is involved in policymaking and planning exercises.
- A non-executive directors’ responsibilities include the monitoring of the executive directors and acting in the interest of the company stakeholders.