Trusted Advisory

Program Management, Stakeholder Management & Change Management

“Managing the context of a Transformation Program to achieve better results”

The words “trusted advisor” mean that you have business acumen. It means that you have the experience, the training, the knowledge, and the subject matter expertise to be trusted to advise your clients well. It also indicates a certain set of behaviors.


Project & Program Management

Our experience lies mainly in the program and project management and the tools that are available to make the transformation run in a structured and effective way. Aligning different stakeholders and creation of common goals are certainly ‘Key Success Factors’, but not the only ones.

Having a good idea can lead to a change and is undoubtedly the starting point. However, this is not enough to make it a successful product or service.
Transforming an idea into a viable product or service also requires structure and a particular approach. Sometimes you even have to think outside the box to find a certain creative solution and still achieve your predetermined goal or value proposition.

There are several methods available to structure and guide this process:

  • Agile methodology
  • Human / User Centered Design or Design thinking process
  • Waterfall methodology (Prince2 related)

Which method is most effective will be determined by several factors:

  • Value proposition
  • Timing
  • Type of transformation
  • Organizational context
  • Available resources

It is important to discuss these elements transparently during the intake, so the most suitable method can be selected.

Areas of expertise (identifying the required functionalities and effective processes):

  • Business (Insurance Industry)
  • IT department (software)
  • HR
  • Finance