When you have a sense of where your organisation needs to go but aren’t sure what it might look like, whether it’s the right direction; or even how to get there, we can help. Applying our Creative Change approach, we focus on the change processes from the start. We’ll guide you through the process, continually challenging your assumptions and applying the most relevant industry insights. Once developed we‘ll work with you to ensure your plan is implemented as intended and delivers the forecasted business benefits.
Strategy Development & Implementation
Case Study: Strategy Development, Implementation & Change Management
Client: Large Agency
Prospectus supported their client, a 4000+ strong government agency, in developing and implementing a three-year corporate plan.
What We Did:
This corporate plan required the following deliverables:
- Schematic representation of how policy, legislation and corporate objectives align
- Setting strategic objectives, actions and KPIs that will deliver on its purpose and realise the vision of the agency
- Implementation of a roadmap, monitoring, accountability and evaluation framework
Following the development of the corporate plan Prospectus were engaged to support implementation of a larger transformational programme in support of the corporate plan. This included the establishment of a Project Management Office and supporting implementation of a number of large transformational programmes.
As a result of the successful implementation of these programmes Prospectus also went on to support the client in a range of other projects such as:
- Board review
- Development of an Operating Model for one of their high profile Services
- Development of a business cases for departmental funding
A key focus of our support was on knowledge transfer, capacity development, succession planning and leadership development at all levels of the organisation, with a constant focus on quality, effectiveness and service innovation. This was successfully achieved and is now helping to shape the organisation as it moves into its next stage of development.