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Insight Program

The Insight Program is designed to give you a deeper understanding of your organization and its ability to produce results.

With an objective view of personnel, systems, processes and infrastructure, key decision makers are provided an invaluable tool in their decision making process.

Problems typically begin small and grow. Having the ability to identify problems before they escalate and become expensive, gives key decision-makers the opportunity to head off catastrophe at the pass.

The Insight program was born out of a need for accurate, objective information at the executive level - In two modes:

    - New acquisition of a company: where pre or post acquisition due diligence can help quickly
      find areas of "highest-return" opportunities.

    - Attempting to turbo-charge an existing company: Given the normal behavior of organizations,
      "bad news" tends to get swept under the rug. Ergo, Presidents, CEO's and Boards of Directors
      can make decisions based upon inaccurate, incomplete information. Sometimes these can are wrong.

The ability for companies to access objective, analytic information about their organization is not an easy task. The Insight Program is designed to give executive management a deeper understanding of their organization and its ability to produce results. With an objective view of personnel, systems, processes and infrastructure, key decision makers are provided an invaluable tool in their decision making process.

Depending on the level chosen, the Insight program can:

    - Compare management vision to actual direction and thrust of organization.
    - Evaluate operational efficiency.
    - Measure attitudes and morale.
    - Audit customer attitudes regarding products, services and competition.
    - Identify organizational imbalances and incongruent departmental relationships.
    - Review financial controls.
    - Evaluate funding in relation to goals and objectives.
    - Review financial and management reports.
    - Review financial practices benchmarks.
    - Assess whether financial systems are delivering meaningful information in a timely manner.
    - Review the ability of computer programs and equipment to achieve financial goals.
    - Assess the level at which the company is taking advantage of financial risk reduction instruments.
    - Review and evaluate personnel systems and programs.
    - Screen and identify sources of reduced organizational performance.
    - Evaluate management effectiveness.
    - Evaluate management and staff levels of accountability.

Value:  An independent, objective assessment can help you overcome weaknesses and bolster strengths: to achieve your corporate objectives.

 

 

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