STRATEGY & ORGANISATION
To start off, the management team will meet with you and discuss your specific requirements. We will then formulate the objectives of our cooperation and draw up a project offer, taking into account your specifications. A contract and specific non-disclosure agreements will be signed. Kicking off the project work, the project leader will contact you and schedule a first meeting with your team. Throughout the project you will communicate with the project leader, who will update you regularly about the progress of the project. The project concludes with a final meeting, in which the team presents its findings and the deliverable.
Prior to the project start
b. Project offer
During the project phase
b. Development of high level plan
c. Mid-term evaluation
d. Final report and presentation
e. Final project evaluation
After the project phase
Clear scope and a final deliverable
You define the scope of a project in discussion with the management team. Together, we formulate clear objectives and specific requirements from the project team, to ensure that the final deliverable of the project is useful and valuable to the you.
Limited time commitment is required
We know you are busy and thus, the degree contact and engagement with you is limited to your wishes and constraints. For supervision, MSC has internal processes and structures in place, to make sure the team stays on course. You can schedule regular calls with the project leader as your schedule allows.
We adjust to your
If the outlined process does not seem suitable to you, we are open to setting up a custom project structure with you. We can flexibly adjust duration, team size and degree of contact as your business problem requires.
Driven by the goal of delivering valuable results to our clients, we continuously promote the organizational progress and development of our consultants. In addition to regular methodology workshops, we are increasingly incorporating professional tools into project work.
These include the PowerPoint add-ins Efficient Elements and think-cell. These tools enable both efficient project management and a simple graphical presentation of project results. In particular, classic consulting diagrams such as waterfall or Gantt charts are regularly used to support key statements, conclusions or recommendations for our customer results.
Quantitative input can be intuitively visualised by think cell and gain significance through extra functions and automatic optimisations. We also provide additional support to our consultants by using tools such as think-cell to familiarise themselves with the working methods of a typical consultant.
Have a look at the tool here.