Strategy consulting, often referred to as strategic consultancy or boardroom consulting, is one the most ‘high-end’ and prestigious segments within the professional services industry. The domain of strategy consulting focuses on supporting private sector clients with the development of corporate / business unit strategies and helping public sector organisations with public policy.
The market for strategy consulting services consists of five main disciplines: Corporate Strategy, Public Sector Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, Organisational Strategy and Functional Strategy. An overview of the key expertise areas per discipline:
What Is the Difference Between Management Consulting and Strategy Consulting?
- An Objective based on the Outsider's Perspective. Especially true for small to mid-size companies, owners and senior management normally have invested significant time, energy, and resources into their companies. ...
- Accomplishing Short-Term Goals. ...
- Leveraging New Skills. ...
- Outside Market Knowledge
- The luxury of having time to Plan
Other characteristics that differentiate strategy consulting from other consulting disciplines:
• Strategy consulting requires a high level of quantitative/analytics skills
• Projects typically have a shorter time-span and tighter deadlines, with longer working hours the result
• Strategy consultants mainly work from their own office instead of being based at client premises
• Clients are typically strategic portfolio holders such as CXO’s, executives and/or senior managers
- Our Strategy
Initial Phase: 1st meeting and clarification
Understanding the Problems and Objectives
This first phase deals with the initial contact with the client about the problems and objectives , determine and explore the clients expectations and list / specify the options and how to get started.
Second Phase: Assessment and Planning
Plan and Identify Solutions for Implementation
Diagnose the identified problems and focus on the objectives for implementation based on the data analyzed and situations that arise. Planning Phase for implementing the steps to success.
Third Phase: Deliver & Measure Results
Address the Problem and Interventions
This step is all about implementing the processes, tools, coalitions, solutions, etc to solve organizational issues and further track and evaluate the results to produce more valuable than delivered.