Process Implementation

Once the correct process mix has been determined, EXEControl Global Solutions will lead its clients through the following implementation phases:

Phase 1: Perception Assessment [PA]

Key employees are interviewed as directed with an emphasis on individual perception vs. corporate direction. The purpose of this phase is to establish how the management team’s goals align with employee’s perspectives and opinions. The question of whether employees know what the goals are and have confidence that the company will achieve them will be addressed.  As will a gauge of their support of management’s efforts.

Phase 2: Business Advancement Process [BAP]

BAP utilizes group meetings to assess specific business processes within the organization. Each process team is lead in –

  1. Gap analysis; the difference between the way “things” should be and the way they are,
  2. Best practice comparisons, and
  3. Non-value added activity identification.

The identified gap between reality and opportunity is known as the ‘sea of opportunistic change’. The individual opportunities of change are then classified and broken down into categories with the most common breakdown being –

  1. Immediate implementation of selected priorities with no significant infrastructure changes
  2. Concerns that require alterations to infrastructure prior to implementation

High benefit areas that do not require infrastructure changes are adjusted immediately to demonstrate immediate R.O.I.

Phase 3: Infrastructure Identification and Blueprint Design

IIBD identifies exactly how the organization will modify its existing infrastructure to support desired and/or necessary changes to the organization. Exact modification plans are documented in a detailed blueprint document.

Phase 4: Infrastructure Implementation

This process is the execution phase of the Blueprint from level three to implement the necessary changes to infrastructure needed to achieve the action items. The process is thorough, identifying and addressing every opportunity to improve the way business is done – leaving the organization in a clear, sustainable and competitive position making the organization a more powerful force in the marketplace.

Any issues I have ‘ enhancements, for example ‘ they’ll give me ideas and some economical options. They treat you with respect, and they’re never stagnant. They’re always improving and upgrading.

D. Howe