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Strategic Consulting


A strategy is defined as “a plan with the aim of realizing long term goals". Strategic management is the pure planning of predictable and unfeasible contingencies, applicable to any organization size, since even the smallest organization may face competition and by formulating and implementing appropriate strategies, they can attain sustainable competitive advantage. This is done thorough planning and precise execution of long-term vision in various areas including corporate strategy, marketing, sales operations, change management, and ICT.


Corporate Strategy

Corporate strategy is Taking into account array of internal and external factors, well-crafted corporate strategy allows companies to effectively create and capture value in their markets through formation, implementation and evaluation of the business strategy in every individual business unit.

Business Planning

Business planning identifies key business objectives and overall strategic direction, by assessing company’s past performance and by analyzing current industry environment, in which the company should move in order to take advantage of opportunities present in the market. One of the key purposes of a business plan is to keep businesses focused on achieving defined goals but also to compare previous operational efficiency which allows a more objective and accurate assessment of business performance.

Growth Strategy/Market Entry

Growth strategies aim to evaluate current markets and explore new ways for companies in which businesses should operate for growing, and developing their differentiation and competitive superiority to conquest a market segment, through new potentially geographical markets and customer segments to enter by improving current business processes to accelerating growth.

Strategic design


Strategic design is an algorithm whose lifecycle, consists of and incorporates with all of business aspects such as competitive advantages, market opportunities, risks and customer satisfaction indexes to adjust the business model for a specific market segment. Simultaneously improves and enhances business processes through KPI’s to ensure their full utilization for effective exploitation of the opportunities to existing markets or new markets. A solid strategic implementation must continuously monitor, document and improve all involved dimensions on which goals are based on for a successful implementation of the entire business plan.


A Strategy development lifecycle contains:

  • Managerial analysis by a scenario and forecasting the target market and the company. This step contains market segmentation based on detailed analysis and evaluation of the competition, customer satisfaction indexes, profit rates of the specific industry.
  • Goal setting by scenario (optimistic/main/pessimistic). Evaluation of all six different dimensions required by a successful goal.
  • Branding & target market position based
  • Definition and evaluation of Unique Selling Point
  • Strategic formulation aka creating a detailed and precise action plan
  • Define strategic actions for each scenario
    • An action plan and alternative development scenarios.
    • Evaluation of alternative scenarios.
    • Selection and finalization of the action plan.
  • Budgeting by scenario
  • Continuously monitoring and evaluating all metrics and analytics
    • Provisions and recording results.
  • All strategic goals dimensions evaluation for both regular and breakthrough

Value-based Management

Value-based management (VBM) takes value of the company as the primary indicator of business success. Simple yet effective, this metric can be utilised both in long-term strategic planning and executing day-to-day operational tasks. The underlying principle of VBM is that every investment and action a business undertake should create value for the company. Using value as a key universal metric aligns business objectives with managerial processes, allows companies to remain focused on achieving those objectives and provides unbiased indication of business success for internal and external stakeholders.

Organizational Strategy

Designing organisation strategy involves critically and honestly assessing current state of organisation, defining a desired form the organisation should take in the future, outlining key differences between current and desired states of organisation, and determining what actions need to be taken to bridge this gap. Guided by the company’s mission and vision, organisational strategy not only determines general direction, which should be taken to fulfil this vision but also feeds into lower management decision-making process, thus, creating more coherent organisational environment.

Business Unit Strategy

In the attempt to maximise economic performance and achieve full operational potential, business unit strategy looks at which markets to compete in and how to achieve sustainable competitive advantage in these environments. Either through implementing incremental changes to the company’ processes or initiating a full strategic turnaround, business unit strategy aims to identify ways for specific businesses to satisfy needs of their customers better than anyone else in the market.

Organisation Design

Any strategic vision must be supported by effective organisational systems that enable strategic change to take place. Business success is not solely dependent on actions of few top decision-makers in the company. Appropriate infrastructure and behaviours must be in place throughout the company in order to allow for achieving ambitious objectives. Organisational design develops internal structures and frameworks that ensure that all strategic and operational initiatives are carried out successfully and efficiently. It reinforces the company’s focus and reduces waste by eliminating processes that do not add value to the company.

Strategic Change Management

In contemporary constantly evolving environment businesses can’t thrive if they avoid change and adaptation. Change initiatives that are guided by chaotic and spontaneous thinking most of the time result either in wasting scarce resources or even in businesses crumbling under the weight of change. Strategic change management takes into account businesses’ goals and plans and aligns them with current market dynamics. Only through structured and thoughtful change management can companies thrive in the today’s highly uncertain environment.

Functional Strategy

Functional strategy moves away from guiding the overall strategy of a company or individual business units and instead is tasked with improving performance of a particular department or functional unit, like sales, marketing, operations, finance and technology. Functional strategy supports implementation of the overall corporate strategy by defining objectives of and ways in which various disciplines within the company operate.

Sales & Marketing Strategy

Without appropriate sales & marketing strategy in place, businesses may struggle to target and reach correct audiences. Well-defined and executed strategy allows businesses to concentrate their efforts on customers that are right for them and appeal to these customers in appropriate and efficient way. Having long-term marketing strategy in place helps businesses position themselves in unique, meaningful and consistent manner. Creating the right image in customers’ minds and talking to these customers in the right way is often acts as a foundation of competitive advantage.

Operations Strategy

Possessing a unique set of scarce resources, each organisation strives towards using these resources in the most efficient way. Without structured approach to utilising these resources, however, companies often find themselves wasting them. Operations strategy is designed to align company’s resources and capabilities with wider strategic objectives. Through assessing company’s facilities, processes, workforce, supply chain and distribution operations strategy develops ways for the company to achieve outcomes of desired quality with minimum waste and maximum efficiency.

Financial Strategy

The primary objective of the firm’s financial strategy is to ensure that there are sufficient resources to fund operational costs and future investments. Financial strategy manages the company’s assets, liabilities and cash flows, and aligns those with long term organisational objectives. As a result, in the absence of solid financial strategies companies risk to be unable to take advantage of upcoming opportunities in the market and even to keep business afloat.

Technology Strategy

Being deeply integrated within most businesses’ operations, if managed correctly, technology can bring both operational efficiencies and even act as a source of competitive advantage. Technology strategy covers wide range of issues from hardware and software management to human capital and risk management. Adjusting the company’s IT infrastructure taking into account wider strategic considerations is absolutely crucial in order for a company to arrive at the leading market position with minimal wastage of resources.

What do strategic consultants do?

The three main tasks of a strategy consultant are assessment of the company’s performance and resources, strategy development, and subsequent strategy implementation. As no strategy fits all companies, thorough assessment of the company’s current position is a prerequisite for strategy development. Through intensive research consultants come to understand the current market position of the company and resources the company operates with. Having assessed strengths and weaknesses of the company’s current state strategy consultants then look for ways to amplify the strengths and mitigate negative impact of the weaknesses. Working closely with top management, consultants help the company decide where it wants to be in the long term and which direction it should take to arrive at the desired position. Despite implementation of strategic plans is predominantly carried out by management consultants, strategy consultants play vital role in monitoring the implementation process, making sure that all decisions are designed to achieve the defined objectives, and making amendments to the strategic plan if circumstances call for this.

Consulting Services on IT Service Management and Operations


Organizations have realized that IT services must be strategically aligned with business objectives in order to achieve competitive advantage. Consulting services for transforming and aligning IT processes and culture from technology specific, to business and services oriented related in order to reinforce the idea that service-IT must be at the heart of the business. Service orientation focus shifting from “operational specific” to a more “customer service minded” by changing the cultural approach from IT-specific needs to full-scale business needs changing simultaneously a siloed IT department to a department with less isolation.

Project Management


Project management services with specialization in planning, coordination, and execution according to specific requirements and constraints to achieve project goals and objectives within scope, time, and budgetary constraints. Providing leadership to the service delivery team to develop program, project, product, and business strategies, to meet contract deliverables, control costs on project schedule.