What's Your Biggest Nagging Problem?
There is a sleeping giant at almost every company, and it usually isn't the most pressing problem in front of you. Most often it's the problem that keeps coming up, that everyone is aware something needs to get dealt with, but keeps getting put on the back-burner. Even worse are the ones where everyone is scrambling just to deal with the symptoms, so that nobody has the time to isolate the cause of the problems. Worst of all are the ones that everyone knows the cause, but the work required to fix the problem is so daunting it's easier just to live with it, and deal with it at another time.
Is it Worth the Money?
This should be the first question you answer, and if you don't know, you need to find out. Whether it's a significant corporate restructuring, or a multi-million dollar capital expenditure, Laganella Consulting Group can either recommend, or independently validate, that the changes your organization should be considering will take the company where it needs to go. Our consultants do the digging to gather the information necessary to build business cases and financial models that help management teams make informed decisions. We consolidated the costs, risks, benefits, and potential rewards, and then let the numbers guide the recommendations we make to our clients. We'll produce documentation that either confirms that the decisions being considered are the right ones, or explains what better alternative options should be looked at more closely.
Inaction Comes at a Price
The price is paid in the form of upset customers, lackluster results, lost productivity, recurring rework that never goes away, and the frustration experienced by you and your staff. Regardless of what the problem is, not taking action is a decision in and of itself, and you will be held just as accountable for what you didn't do as the actions you took.
We Can Take the Heat
Change is not always popular, but that doesn't mean it isn't necessary. LCG is often used as an unbiased outside party to fast-track companies or departments down difficult change paths, to get the organization to its future state as fast as possible. . Years of experience has shown us which carrots and sticks are most effective, and when to use them.