We emphasize knowledge creation, knowledge circulation and change management in all our projects.

Projects

Our projects fall into the categories of strategy, policy, operations and transformations. We have led projects in organizational change, knowledge creation and circulation, development of new policies, product and service line development. We have also provided interim management services. In all our projects, we partner with our client and, as the foundation of our work, we emphasize knowledge creation, knowledge circulation and change management in order to drive societal impact.

Please find some examples of our completed projects below.

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“One Supply Chain Manual”

We developed a “One Supply Chain Manual” concept for UNICEF, currently the largest procurer in the UN system, including an implementation and roll-out plan for UNICEF globally. We incorporated state-of-the-art technological solutions which could grow and be future-proof. Multi-platform support ensured that the "One Supply Chain Manual" could be used on the range of technological platforms used throughout UNICEF globally. As part of this project, we also benchmarked supply chain documentation concepts of other UN agencies, NGOs and private sector companies.

IPSAS compliance

We supported a client to be in compliance with International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) by developing symbiotic guidance strategies for warehouse and inventory management, commodity ownership and accountability, emergency stockpiling procedures, strategies for minimizing the need for write-offs, insurance policies and processes, and best practices for supply chain processes, including warehouse management.

“One Supply Chain Manual”

We developed a “One Supply Chain Manual” concept for UNICEF, currently the largest procurer in the UN system, including an implementation and roll-out plan for UNICEF globally. We incorporated state-of-the-art technological solutions which could grow and be future-proof. Multi-platform support ensured that the "One Supply Chain Manual" could be used on the range of technological platforms used throughout UNICEF globally. As part of this project, we also benchmarked supply chain documentation concepts of other UN agencies, NGOs and private sector companies.

IPSAS compliance

We supported a client to be in compliance with International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) by developing symbiotic guidance strategies for warehouse and inventory management, commodity ownership and accountability, emergency stockpiling procedures, strategies for minimizing the need for write-offs, insurance policies and processes, and best practices for supply chain processes, including warehouse management.