A clearly defined strategy that includes short, medium and long-term goals that have been properly analysed and agreed at all levels, is essential for success. TaylorMitchell’s founders have broad experience in designing and implementing business strategies across manufacturing, utilities, FMCG, advertising and media, telecommunications and technology services sectors.
Design, execution and management of programs and projects, including risk assessment, project health checks, independent steering committee representation, post-implementation reviews, procurement management and contract negotiation.
TaylorMitchell provides advisory services across all aspects of the technology landscape: ICT strategy and review, software selection, road mapping, business case development and review, strategic sourcing advice and execution, ITIL implementation and optimisation, telecommunications, development management, cloud services, hosting and infrastructure.
Organisations often tend to vary from agreed processes, usually due to a lack of process governance or because the processes themselves aren’t necessarily efficient or current. TaylorMitchell brings many years of expertise in the identification of wastage and the design and implementation of changes that bring about tangible improvements to operating functions within organisations.
The TaylorMitchell coaching and performance management methodology can help align people to the key practices within the Capital Investment Management Framework. This creates a structure around measures, management and coaching templates to help ensure that value is driven from not just the framework, but also the people that deliver the investment within the framework. This approach can be implemented in any organisation and not just in the context of capital delivery – it applies to all aspects of an operating business, from organisational culture, through to employee engagement.
TaylorMitchell has developed a comprehensive framework that can address issues around governance, consistency, overly complex processes and the issues with compliance in the way that capital investment is planned, allocated and executed. It is based on extensive experience in the setup and operation of Project and Portfolio management functions in organisations, noting that often the biggest gap is not the detail itself, it is making the detail useable, referenceable, repeatable and implementable. The framework is extensible and brings together all aspects of investment, from business strategy through to operations.