Operational Management

Companies seem to dislike the term ‘operational consulting’ because it represents failure. The truth is that operational consulting represents success at realizing the company is not going in the right direction. The only time the company fails is when it is not possible to correct the focus. We help companies pivot into more profitable routes where they can expand and grow. It is inevitable that companies will end up making a few mistakes; we help them correct these mistakes.

We contribute to companies to come back into something that benefits them. Our specialty lies in understanding what makes a company unique and what makes it tick. Remember the success is the balance of Value Added, Dependency of Customers, and Control on business execution.

MeGoBS – We support companies to re-find what made them successful and what needs to be done to continue being successful.

Four business systems

  • Functional
  • Information
  • Organization
  • Resource

Any business is composed of four operational systems: Functional, Information, Organization, and Resources. The balance of these systems will determine the success of the company.

Potential Benefits

Our clients are often surprised by the possibilities we present to them; by thinking outside the box we present exciting new ventures:

  • Work fewer hours — and make more money
  • Attract and retain quality, high-paying customers
  • Manage your time so you’ll get more done in less time
  • Hone sharp leadership skills to manage your team
  • Cut expenses without sacrificing quality
  • Automate your business, so you can leave for days,

Examples of benefits to receive

We combine the key performance indicators with the business architecture methodology; It is like placing business sensors in strategic processes to obtain an accurate measurement of performance. By doing this, making a decision becomes more reliable. To ensure the best result, we train the management team to learn to read these results so they can make better decisions.

It is crucial the person knows what his boss expect from him and how he will contribute with the success of the company. For that reason having precise job descriptions is fundamental. But right now the methodology used for describing the job is incomplete leaving gray areas on the working document creating confusion or disorienting the person on their tasks, his objectives, and his goals.

Our methodology gives precise and complete job description taking it to a different level. As a result, the worker will not only perform his job much better but also contribute to potential improvements more precisely.

Another aspect that we have is on the structure of the documentation, or how we define, the business model. With our unique methodology, we provide a framework to describe how the processes and the activities related to the personnel, the technology, and other elements of the company. Thus if something needs to do, we act as surgeons operating in the right spot of the business at the right time to correct the problem.

Enterprise Life Cycle

Over the lifetime the company needs to adapt to customers requirements and its business environment; the lifecycle gives the road map to move between the seven stages depends on the improvement requires to maintain its competitiveness in the market. The stages are:

  • Identification (ID) – Why the company exists?
  • Conceptualization (CO) – What is the mission?
  • Requirements (RE) – What requires to have?
  • Design (DE) – How to perform it?
  • Implementation (IM) – Who will do it?
  • Operation(OP) – How is controlled?
  • Decommission (DE) – Is still needed?

Continuous Improvement Lifecycle

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