PerSyst focuses exclusively on the delivery of sustainable results and execution of strategic vision. Our work has spanned most verticals and represents many of the brands you love or those you didn't know had such an impact on your life.
Change is a requirement for growth and continued competitiveness. All organizational initiatives require change. We know change is hard and we know change is not delivered using checklists and forms. All of our work includes a deep focus on your change needs and how change should be encouraged in your organization.
Like all our offerings, PerSyst uses change frameworks that can incorporate many different change methodologies depending on the client need. You are not a cookie - we will not show up with a cookie cutter solution.
At the core of driving business outcomes is the ability to get on the same page. PerSyst uses defined frameworks to facilitate the alignment of organizational, personal, and market visions in a collaborative and executable manner.
Strategy is fun and exciting but few organizations succeed in delivering against their own strategies. Through the alignment of vision your team starts pulling from the same end of the rope. When this happens sustainable results are possible.
Process & SYstems
Agility and speed requires nimble and dynamic systems. Anyone can design heavy and slow systems. It is the simple and elegant design that requires experience, persistence, and knowledge to accomplish.
Today's businesses must reinvent themselves quickly and heavy systems have no role here. Yes, our consultants are super smart in Lean, Six Sigma, Queue Theory, Systems Theory, Agile, etc. but they are also smart enough to know when not to use them. Not every problem is a nail.
Initiative Management & Leadership
When delivering on multifaceted programs it can be hard to change the momentum of an organization. The ability to surface needs and asks, such that they can gain support, requires the ability to quietly stand out from the noise. We support you by leading from within, supporting the internal leadership, and driving difficult programs even when they appear impossibly hard.