Globalisation and faster communication processes make the context in which organisations operate extremely dynamic and competitive. Effectiveness and efficiency are now the minimum requirement to play their game. The ability to quickly adapt to the context, product and service differentiation, as well as creativity and practicality, are increasingly becoming the factors that guarantee a greater likelihood of success in today's competitive environment.
In order for the company to become more of a synchronous organism capable of reacting quickly and coherently to market stimuli, its integration must be improved, both vertically and horizontally, by analysing processes that involve different functions. Awareness of roles and the relationships between them, where each person becomes both a client and a supplier to others, is the key to better performance. The more we are able to satisfy internal clients, the better we will be able to meet the needs and expectations of external ones.
In order to help companies make effective organisational and process improvements, we use a variety of tools that have proven their worth over the years.
In particular we use:
SWOT analysis is a strategic planning tool. SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats.
Its purpose is to analyse a project or a company in which decisions need to be made that may determine its success or failure. This analysis may concern the internal environment (strengths and weaknesses) or the external environment (threats and opportunities) of the project or company.