The demands of today's environment require organizations to challenge whether they should or should not be in certain 'business' areas. This is the first stage of assessing organizational improvements. A key stage is to assess whether the organization's products and services are relevant and cost-effective. Once this is determined, there is a need to evaluate potential alternative organizational approaches.
The process of choice is a Strategic Business Analysis (SBA), including an Alternative Service Delivery (ASD) review.
SBA reviews are performed to:
Key to the SBA review is profiling the organization and assessing its current functions, activities and operations against the organization's objectives. In this context, three broad questions are posed:
Following is a diagram depicting the five principle stages to the SBA process: analysis, way ahead, development, implementation and verification.
Contact us to plan a custom SBA for your organization.
| Services & Products
- Change Management | Facilitation
| Organization Studies | Process
Reviews | Strategic Business Analysis | Client List | Meet the Partners | Contact Us
© Since 2002 TouchStone Solutions Limited | www.touchstonesolutions.org/strategicbusinessanalysis.htm