Why Just Imagine
If 2020 demanded we question the way we work, 2021 will demand answers. Last year caused us to Re Imagine how we see ourselves, our teams and our businesses. It forced us to evaluate our priorities and perceptions. It changed what we need to know and how we need to work together.
If you are facing these types of challenges then speak to us and we can help you define your journey with a scalable growth strategy.
TOM Restructuring – People/Process Re-engineering/Tech
2020 defined the need for businesses to modernise their infrastructures. Updating legacy processes and systems became even bigger hurdles to scale, but necessary in laying the groundwork for future innovation. As companies invest more heavily in areas that will allow them to take full advantage and realise the value of new technologies and processes in 2021 and beyond, expect to see even more prioritisation toward security, cloud and automation, three of the top five most-important CIO priorities for 2021, according to the most recent Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey.
Transformation, Growth, Change and Operational ~Efficiency
In 2021, organisations have to be willing to step out of their comfort zones to push the boundaries on the new digital customer experience—a difficult thing to do, given the unprecedented events that occurred in 2020, but more important than ever.
The answers will vary according to where your organisation is in the maturity of your digital transformation. Less mature organisations are held back by legacy systems, limiting the ability to accelerate customer offerings. More mature organisations are able to focus on technological investments that improve the digital experience and create revenue—including AI/ML, big data and analytics along with other emerging technologies such as 5G
Onshore/Offshore Vendor Management
Outsourcing is a common aspect of most organisations’ strategy, saving costs, making budgets go further or taking advantage of external skills and resources that don’t exist in your organisation with many businesses now seeing it as a mainstream, standard, business practice. This is where we can support you with defining who, what and where and not forgetting the why.
Portfolio Management – Programme/Project Delivery
Portfolio management is a business, strategic process for co-ordinating successful delivery across an organisation’s entire set of programmes, projects and other related activities. When you get into Portfolio management, you are dealing with a large collection of interrelated projects and programmes that somehow have to work in a collaborative way to realise a positive and common outcome. You are also working in a much closer relationship with your client and stakeholders to the programme, so skills such as strategy definition, communications and stakeholder management become more critical. We can offer you a leadership function that can define your PMO and project teams as well as the all important delivery process.
Non Executive – Coaching, Mentoring and Training
Coaching and mentoring can be effective approaches in developing employees. Both have grown in popularity, with many businesses using them to enhance the skills, knowledge and performance of their people around specific skills and goals.
As experienced leaders we can help you and your team develop to this level ultimately leading the charge to your new Digital Transformation and Strategy.Back to News