Organization and management
To SCOA organization and management consulting means analyzing a company’s organization and structures, in order to improve operating procedures: microstructures, processes, definition of roles, job organization, management systems.
We take care of:
- evaluating your human resources: creating an integrated Human resources accounting system, human resources planning (planning human resource requirements on the basis of value and cost)
- carrying out organizational reviews: mapping of all positions in the organizational chart, in order to redefine responsibility networks and achieve a better organizational structure
- introducing process-based management: creating reference models for key business processes in order to handle day-to-day business in an integrated manner
- re-engineering of company structures: review of internal administrative and management procedures and subsequent streamlining in order to meet the company’s strategic goals
- redesigning organizational structure and task allocation: qualitative and quantitative planning of the workforce, professional profiles and job descriptions
- introducing performance management systems: tailor-made systems for evaluation job performance
As part of its partnership with local operations consulting company OPTA, SCOA can also provide services in Operations, logistics and organization.
Thanks to its partnerships, SCOA is in fact able to take on specialized engagements for improving company organization, increasing efficiency in the fields of operations and logistics, and re-engineering as necessary the entire supply-chain, based on significant hands-on experience in the manufacturing, services and health industries.
The aim of such engagements is to reduce costs in order to free up resources to invest in development, improving profitability and the way in which staff work day-to-day. SCOA and its partners share a strong commitment to a “working together” approach, where key client staff are assisted in resolving complex organizational issues both at the strategic planning level, where goals to be met are defined in a clear and explicit manner, and in the subsequent introduction of practical changes to working methods, tools and procedures.
Projects can thus achieve an increase in productivity, decreases in operating costs (materials, personnel, machines, space), and an increase in client service levels (speed and timing)
- operations: planning, production, procurement
- integrated logistics: warehousing, transport and outsourcing
- company organization: restructuring, roles and job descriptions, operations support processes (R&D, pricing, project management, IT, KPI)
- quality management systems based on international standards