Strategic consulting
Business Plan
Business entrepreneurship
Small and medium sized businesses
Implementing information systems
 Improving Performance, Methods and Processes
Improving Efficiency, Engineering Standardization
Incentivizing employees and managers
Organizational Consulting
Quality Assurance
Project Management
Financial management

Organizational Consulting

What is the most significant factor for any organization? The human factor!

What is the organizational culture of your business?

Is the human factor an asset or a burden to the organization?

    Areas of Organizational Consulting::
    • The organizational structure: style, functions, hierarchy, line and staff functions, organizational communications.
    • Job definitions: areas of responsibility, powers, what people actually do, performance measures.
    • Procedures: preparing organizational, operational, financial procedures.
    • Organizational development: changes in perceptions, developing an organizational culture.
    • Development of management and staff.
    • The learning organization: training and guidance for managers and employees.

    Quality Assurance

    • Acquiring and maintaining the ISO 9001:2000 quality assurance standard.
    • Acquiring and maintaining the stamp of approval for a product.
    • Acquiring and maintaining ISO 14000 the green stamp of approval for environmental quality systems.
    • Improving performance: implementing remedial and corrective actions.
    • Implementing the continuous improvement process.


    • Organizing purchasing, procurement and supply systems.
    • Organizing warehouses: receiving, goods in isolation, in process, distribution.
    • Organizing collecting systems and preparing shipments.
    • Organizing distribution systems.
    • Implementing WMS information systems for computerized management of warehouses.
    • Managing sub contractors.
    • Using outsourcing.
    • Logistical management.
    • Logistical measures.

    Project Management

    • Organizing a project management system.
    • Designing measures of project success: quality, timetable, cost.
    • Characterizing a project: activities, priorities.
    • Planning a project timetable.
    • Planning project resources.
    • Financial planning for a project: cost accounting, budget, cash flow.
    • Managing the projects knowledge system.
    • Managing configuration.
    • Managing integration.
    • Managing risks.
    • Implementing information systems MS Project

    Financial management

    • Standard cost accounting: setting up, operating, maintaining and updating a standard cost accounting system.
    • Performance cost accounting: setting up, operating, maintaining and updating a performance cost accounting system, analysis of deviations.
    • Budget: setting up and operating a budget system, budget planning and review.
    • Cash flow: planning a cash flow, cash flow control system.
    • Cost accounting centers: profit centers, cost centers
    • Financial reports: analysis of financial reports, balance sheets and profit and loss reports.
    • Financial measures: analysis of financial measures.
    • Break even point: calculation and analysis of factory/ departmental/ team break even points.
    • Analysis of the advisability of investments.
    • Economic position, assessment of damages.
    • Business plan