Realize strategic goals effectively

Transformation in this context describes the radical reorganization of strategic operational concepts. Nowadays most applied operative processes prevent the realization of strategic goals. We tend to compare the current situation with the one of a shepherd, who is constantly busy to catch his fleeting sheep and therefore has no capacities to fix his broken fence. In other words: If the entire operating system is no longer up-to-date, all actions taking place within can, at best, only lead to respectable successes, but no longer guarantee an effective competitiveness with agile businesses. The challenge of reorganizing is now to push the IT as a driver for process adaptations. The involvement of external partners is recommended since, most of the times, the implementation of operative processes is cheaper when done off-shore.

The path (and the goal) is an active Application Management, constantly monitoring all operative processes while preventing shortfalls. Organizational adaptations in the direction of DevOps support the agility of the enterprise: in following this concept, consultants of special departments and IT-developers cooperatively ensure continuous and holistic process improvements. Professional Incident Management represents one particular part of the approach creating an overall transparency by structured incident recordings in an error data bank.

Neutral perspective for more transparency

This approach is beneficial because it enables a neutral perspective onto the business model, based on real observations. All operative performances are detached from strategic decision makings. Artificial intelligence (AI) is very successfully applicable within this area: it quickly and reliably identifies error patterns and provides solutions within milliseconds - compared to an error identification taking minutes or hours without AI.

Goals:

  • Active Application Management
  • Agility supported by organizational adaptations (DevOps)
  • Professional Incident Management (structured recording in error data bank provides transparency)

Project: Transformation at BMW AG

Objectives:

Continuous improvement of the integrated, modern painting process (IPP) through ongoing process controls by means of sensor data parallel to the production tact and the interlinking of key values derived from various sources.

Project highlights:

  • Online-system for the process control
  • Virtualization of robots equipped with measuring technique
  • Agile project management during the system integration

Convincing advantages!

Detach operative performances from strategic decisions

Neutral perspective upon your business model

Application of artificial intelligence to shorten response times and quality assurance

Any questions about how we can help you with your transformation? Get in touch with me. I am at your service for a non-binding information conversation.

Nicole Winterholler
Sales