The traditional way: strategy consultants rethink business models, organizational structures and processes. They draw up a plan, hand it over to their client’s management and offer to implement these changes. They do most of this on their own – even implementation – only to inform management and employees later how to operate to these new rules. And leave them alone.
The TTE approach is different.
We believe transformation projects that heavily involve the client’s people from the very outset generate the highest levels of motivation and commitment from all project stakeholders and create results that stick. It is not a “soft” approach, but instead achieves the best “hard” results possible for our clients.
Transformation projects we have successfully implemented in the past year include digital transformation, manufacturing and HR-related programs.
We support our clients in complex transformation phases, such as:
While implementing your programs, projects and initiatives, you want to be able to rely on strong project management that makes sure the project is moving in the right direction. Change needs to be driven in a positive way through engaging all relevant stakeholders.
With our Activist PMO approach, we will support you in setting up the necessary escalation mechanisms, providing discussion guidance and involving the right people early on.
Operational efficiency begins with the right strategy and tool selection, but it can only be fully achieved by implementing projects, that enable your organization and people to adapt new ways of working.
In a recent project, we introduced big data, remote assistance technology and automation, which led to a ~5% rise in output efficiency.
Transformation of an organization towards customer centricity requires a holistic approach, including change, transformation and customer engagement to ensure lasting results.
In a recent case example, we developed a B2B customer portal – transformation to a digital sales organization through the set-up of an implementation program including all relevant stakeholders.
The right data strategy enables you to create a sustainable future within your organization, but you also need to consider the appropriate implementation project structure.
In a recent case example, we implemented a data center by setting up a Data Center of Excellence for master data governance, process mining and AI-enabled processes.
In addition, we introduced what we call “intelligent production”: we digitized production plants by eliminating all paper and creating app interfaces for handheld devices. With this approach, data analysis across an organization can be enabled.
A sustainability strategy is essential for the challenges of today. We support you in developing an end-to-end implementation concept to ensure future viability.
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