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Discover how RSC can improve your business performance

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  • “PROVIDING COMPREHENSIVE BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION CONSULTANCY; USING TRIED AND PROVEN METHODS; THROUGH PRECISION INTERVENTION”RSC Proprietary 1RSC_2012 v1.0
  • What is Comprehensive Business Transformation? A systematic approach for transforming businesses designed specifically to enable businesses achieve their strategic goals and deliver tangible business benefits “WE PROVIDE BESPOKE CONSULTANCY SOLUTIONS IN THESE 3 INTER-RELATED AREAS ACROSS THE ENTIRE BUSINESS”RSC Proprietary 2RSC_2012 v1.0
  • Why do Businesses need to Transform? Inevitably, at some time your business will experience:  Third party intervention necessitating a transformation, such as a change of organisation status, merger or acquisition  Serious decline in sales or funding, failure to meet customer expectations, major competitor challenge  Overstretched internal resources and inadequate processes to deliver the business plan  Transformation opportunities associated with investment in technology  Risk of failure of compliance with new laws or unforeseen market movements, highlighting governance issuesRSC Proprietary 3RSC_2012 v1.0
  • What will the Business Need? As a consequence of identifying the need to transform, your business should develop:  Owned objectives aligned to the new world  Effective benefits realisation with demonstrable and measurable impact  A change blueprint to define transition to the future business model  Effective communication of strategy, change and subsequent benefits  Active portfolio, proramme and project management ensuring effective transition involving:  robust due diligence (non financial) and data management to identify liabilities and risks  appropriate risk management that meets the operational requirements  fit for purpose change issues (people, business processes and systems) which also address compliance, regulatory and governance issuesRSC Proprietary 4RSC_2012 v1.0
  • What is the RSC Core Offering RSC can help your business to:  Set a clear vision for the business transformation by defining the strategy, creating the mandate, understanding the change challenge and establishing leadership  Scope the required benefits for the business, create a blueprint for change and engage stakeholders  Initiate change and build commitment through robust analysis, planning, communications, a compelling business case and effective governance  Manage and optimise the transformation delivery through active portfolio and programme management aligned to the vision  Control and review the transformation process and make revisions where appropriate  Embed and sustain the transformation, with measurable business benefits and performance improvementRSC Proprietary 5RSC_2012 v1.0
  • Client ExperienceRSC Proprietary 6RSC_2012 v1.0
  • Strategy & Planning Approach  Strategy Formulation – Performing a situation analysis, both internal and external. Evaluation of strategic options and incorporation in a business plan. Development and crafting of appropriate vision (to be) and mission (our role) statements together with cascaded business objectives and targets  Strategy Implementation – Allocation of management and resources in an appropriate organisation structure. Assigning roles and responsibilities for the delivery of the plan  Strategy Evaluation – Measuring the effectiveness of both the strategy implementation and the strategy itself by assessing suitability, feasibility and acceptability Benefits  Strategic management allows an organisation to be more proactive than reactive in shaping its own future; it allows an organisation to initiate and influence activities and to exert control over its own destiny  Financial Benefits:  A clear return on investment (ROI) and impact to the bottom line  Improvement in productivity per worker  Non-Financial Benefits:  Improved understanding of environmental changes  Improved management of ecological issues and associated footprint  Reduced resistance to change  Enhanced problem prevention capabilities  Ability to embrace new opportunitiesRSC Proprietary 7RSC_2012 v1.0
  • Organisation Management & Development Approach  Our approach uses a combination of the external and internal environments as the vehicle for development, and integrates learning with leading and managing change. The focus is on making a difference that people – clients, communities, colleagues, peers – will notice.  We provide consultancy and training & development focusing on developing management competence and organisational capability that helps organisation to:  identify, understand and manage external threats  grasp the opportunities of the upcoming changes  enable improvements in the reward and recognition of staff “PEOPLE ARE MORE LIKELY TO ACT Benefits THEIR WAY INTO A NEW WAY OF THINKING THAN THINK THEIR WAY  Development of “visionary” leadership at all levels INTO A NEW WAY OF ACTING.”  Technical and organisational performance improvement  Cultural change and congruence PASCALE  Flexibility of programme delivery incorporating staff diversity  Harnessing the potential of your people  by investing in your people  giving them the skills to deliver and motivating in the processRSC Proprietary 8RSC_2012 v1.0
  • Supporting Business Processes Approach  Map existing processes  Identify underpinning procedures, guides & forms  Identify and rectify gaps – address any audit findings  Identify process interactions  Make rapid improvements on current practice  Produce & deploy web based Business Management System (BMS)  Continuously update and improve within the changing business  Using facilitated workshops using multi-site, multi-function and multi-level involvement  Gaining high levels of ‘buy in’ and good quality engagement  Delivering quick ‘wins’ where possible  Ensuring the people delivering the business take ownership of their processes Benefits  Can bring together disparate or distinct business units within the business to work to common standards and processes with a high level of engagement  Deployment of a simple, intuitive and easy to navigate web based business management system providing access to essential procedures, guides etc. within a few steps  Uses single source data controlled by the process owners  Provides a robust platform for business process improvement  Achieves compliance with ISO 9001:2000 and other standards where required e.g. Environmental Management ISO 14001  Releases Managers to act strategically, as opposed to operational ‘fire fighting’RSC Proprietary 9RSC_2012 v1.0
  • Our Method – Precision Intervention It’s about developing and implementing strategies for transformation in organisations to increase both organisational and individual effectiveness where:  We use a combination of formal teaching (the science) and facilitation (the art)  As an organisation we are lean and we use lean methods  We act as catalysts for transformation  The transformation is embedded and sustainable within the organisation  We actively use knowledge transfer  We use tried and proven methods  We have a wide area of expertise and experience This is our process: Investigate Diagnose Design Implement Review We take time to We use specific We help develop What did we learn? We use a variety of understand people, interventions to strategies & plans How have we proven tools and processes, systems and achieve that make a improved? approaches to bring issues within the measurable tangible difference And by how much? focus on issues organisation beneficial results to the business What is next? Our preferred delivery is by use of a pilot ‘proof of concept’ business transformation programme where:  We would take one line of business and apply our process  This removes the risk involved in deploying across the whole of the business  It also provides minimum disruption to business as usual  It identifies lessons learned for incorporation into a wider business transformation programmeRSC Proprietary 10RSC_2012 v1.0
  • Our Contact Details Russell Soden Consulting Ltd 2 Centenary Way Amersham Bucks HP6 6UL Tel: 07590 608062 Email: info@russellsodenconsulting.com Web: http://www.russellsodenconsulting.com Our team would be happy to meet with you and discuss your requirementswith no obligationRSC Proprietary 11RSC_2012 v1.0