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.
- 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.
- 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 project’s knowledge system.
- Managing configuration.
- Managing integration.
- Managing risks.
- Implementing information systems – MS Project
- 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