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.
For a private sector client, we reviewed current procurement roles, processes and organization to fulfill requirements of key stakeholders, based on large-scale survey with 2,000 responses. We led an organizational redesign to achieve state-of-the-art procurement procedures, improved responsiveness, improved planning accuracy, and compliance with governance procedures.
Training programme and course development
We developed a training system in procurement operations for a UN organization based on a blended learning methodology, integrating methods of learning such as e-learning, online learning through weekly webinars, and offline learning through assignment. The training followed a timed 13-week schedule, following two pilots of the this program prior the roll-out of the final version.
Anti-fraud and corruption prevention training
In a joint team with legal experts for a United Nations agency, we developed a hands-on procurement training-module on anti-fraud, corruption prevention and good governance. This program was developed to provide real-life guidance and support and to trigger awareness and behavioral change.
Data-driven anti-fraud detection tool
For a public organization with a decentralized setup, we developed a data-driven anti-fraud detection tool. This machine learning plugin was designed to automatically generate fraud alerts and to compare against sanction lists. Due to the optimization for lower-end IT and small bandwidth, widespread use was ensured that improved the fraud detection rates.