We experience a growing interest in insourcing external consulting. There is not only a wish to save money, but organisations are fed up with huge and expensive presentations which provide very little business value. The presentations are usually very high level and delivered by the senior consulting partners. Commonly it is an objective to sell in more consulting hours which then are delivered by expensive junior staff. And after the consultants have left, they have taken all the business knowledge with them.
It has proven very
difficult for customers to convert the slide deck into operational transformation
projects. Organisations do not posses the experience in substantiating
objectives into business processes and transformation actions. That requires the
The competence mix in
an organisation is commonly very diverse – based on different educations and
experience. The organisation will probably not have developed and rolled out an
organisational consulting method. So, it is obvious that it is difficult for organisations
to drive transformation from the inside – especially digital transformations which
tends to have cross organisational impact. There is a consensus that the failure
rate is about 80% – and even worse for digitization projects!
The 12Box Model® Business Analysis Framework
is a simple – yet very powerful analytic framework. It is used to describe a
business and the dynamics inside. It can be used a all organisational levels;
strategic, tactic and operational level. It is a common denominator for most
used management theory. It clicks seamlessly into commonly used project
management and organisational change management methods.
The 12Box Model® establishes a cross organisational
information highway between management and staff and across organisational
PROCE Institute can
support your organisation with training, audits and processes.
The 12Box Model® is an extract of The Platform Dimension of the 4Dimensions™ Transformation Framework. The 4Dimensions™ Transformation Framework in the book “Disruption and Digital Transformation” by Palle Stenver.