Process Consultation – We are highly qualified professional that has insights into and understands the psychosocial dynamics of working with various client systems such as whole organizations, groups, and individuals.
We have an expertise team to setup and evaluate the Process and streamline into their clients prospective. We pursue the “Globally accepted Best Practices” as a Process.
Our end Goal is to adding up a VALUE to your end Customer.
We follow the below procedural Level of activities that we follow …
Level 1: Ticketing and Contracting – Ticketing begins the relationship between consultant and client organization, testing the fit of consultant’s skills and values with the organization’s needs. Contracting continues the process of clarifying the expectations of the consultation efforts (goals, etc.) and desired characteristics of the Client-Consultant relationship.
Level 2: Investigate and Dialogue – Though some information probably surfaced in the first phase, Investigate is an approach to gaining information about the organization (collected in a variety of ways.) Dialogue is a process, collaborative between the consultant and client organization members, to derive meaning from the information gathered.
Level 3: Review and Decision to Act – Formally the client and consultant come to a mutual understanding about the meaning of the analysis and the areas of focus for the next consulting activities. The client decides what to act upon and with the consultant’s help how to do that.
Level 4: Commit and Implementation – Specific activities in service of the project’s goals are carried out in the client organization. These may be led by the consultant, supported by the consultant, and/or accomplished by the organizational members alone.
Level 5: Extension, Recycle, or Closure – Once the activities are completed, consultant and client look at the progress compared to the intentions. If the work is completed, this is the time to celebrate that completion and say good-bye. If there are still actions to be taken, this is a decision point about renegotiating the contract.