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Consulting Engagements


Due to our extensive industry knowledge, we pride ourselves in being independent thinkers who find the right solutions for our clients.  We will never stereotype a client nor an issue, always thinking “outside the box” for alternative best scenarios and best fit solutions.

The types of consulting engagements we focus on include


How can we support and assist you

Risk Management
The process of analyzing exposure to risk and determining how to best handle such exposure. It involves making a risk assessment against the company’s tolerable risk appetite and implementing controls designed to mitigate those risks.

Risk Management runs across all levels of service or production and across all departments.  Risks can be identified at the strategic and/ or operational level.  Risks are broadly defined as the events that may occur which would cause the company to be unable to achieve its objectives.

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Strategic Planning
We can assist you with strategic planning.  This is the process in which an entity defines its direction, and plans the execution of the activities to achieve the organizations goals.  The resultant strategic plan will be the basis for the functional and divisional plans.

The strategic plan

  • Clarifies the entities vision and mission, so that everyone can understand the mission in the same way
  • Forges a strategy to fulfill the mission, so that the plan can actually be implemented, and will have adequate resources for its implementation
  • Aligns the structure/activities of the entity with the strategy of the entity

We can advise you on

  • the most appropriate organizational structure, e.g. centralized, decentralized, cross structure
  • implementing the organizational vision and direction
  • setting realistic goals with achievable targets and timing and determine measurement criteria in an Organizational/Departmental/Individual context
  • appropriate measurement and evaluation methodologies, forming policies and procedures to do with evaluation and review of strategic process and objectives

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HR Planning

(link to HR Management webpage )

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Stakeholder Engagement

We can act on your behalf and represent you at various forums such as

  • Local government
  • Local business networks
  • Individual commercial groups
  • Individual target markets based on specific demographics

We can also engage various stakeholders groups on your behalf through

  • E-surveys
  • Phone surveys
  • Postal surveys
  • Face-to-fact interviews
  • Focus groups and workshops
  • Meetings and briefings

Stakeholder Engagement is useful for the following

  • Canvassing opinions
  • Market research
  • Surveys
  • Lobbying
  • Facilitation

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Business Continuity Management (BCM)

Understanding the risks that may threaten your organization by disrupting your business processes, and an understanding of the required core business services required to enable the continuity of business. Another way of putting it would be "disaster recovery".  Business Continuity Management means ensuring the continuity or uninterrupted provision of operations and services.  Business Continuity Management is an on-going process with several different but complementary elements. It is a comprehensive process that includes disaster recovery, business recovery, business resumption, and contingency planning.

BCM Provides a framework for building resilience and the capability for an effective response and safeguards the interests of an organization's key stakeholders, reputation, brand and value creating activities.

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Change Management

Change management is a systematic approach to dealing with change, both from the perspective of an organization and on the individual level. A somewhat ambiguous term, change management has at least three different aspects, including:

  1. adapting to change
  2. controlling change, and
  3. effecting change.

We define and implementing procedures and/or technologies to a) deal with changes in your business environment and b) to profit from changing opportunities.  Successful adaptation to change is as crucial within an organization as it is in the natural world. The more effectively you deal with change, the more likely you are to thrive.

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