Process Optimization services provide the most value when supported by these other services.
Change Management– Process Improvements often require a change in how business is conducted. The Change Management service can assist in managing the transition to new structures and processes that support a new way of working.
Strategy Development and Implementation– If the ramifications of the process improvement are not adequately taken under consideration, there may be a risk of not achieving the unit strategy. The Strategy Development and Implementation service is an essential element in enabling the unit to continue to achieve the strategy.
Project Management– Process Improvements will require that certain actions or tasks be executed in the right order so that the improvement occurs. The Project Management service is a critical step in managing the process owners, timelines and resource requirements in the project plan.
Organizational Design and Development– When a business process is improved, it may have ramifications for the resources previously involved in the current process. A resource and structure alignment often precipitates the need for the process improvement and should be adequately understood.
Organizational Review –The Organizational Review service can support business process improvements by providing essential information about the possible options and the realities of the current state.