Nowadays almost all company managers are forced to improve their business processes in order to increase efficiency and decrease costs.

Quick Diagnosis exercises generate gains that can be implemented and executed in a short period of time. These gains are great opportunities to decrease costs and increase efficiency. Furthermore, quick gains provide insight and inputs for projects with long-term benefits. Companies must implement these Quick Diagnosis exercises to their culture in order to maintain continuous growth and enhancement.

The minor changes in daily operations act as a lever and impacts the company’s efficiency, activity and cost control significantly.

The main goal of Quick Diagnosis exercises is determining the fields that can be improved, prioritizing advancement opportunities according to the company’s future strategies and preparing an implementation guideline for a short time and speed up analysis methods.

The key element for the success of the exercises is a good understanding of the company by the executives and an effective management of the period of change. For the employees to adjust to the change , a good guidance and better knowledge are obligations. Questioning the applicability of the project in development should be a hıgh priority for the manager. The project must be tested and put through an adaptation phase before going live. There are some cases where the project must go live step by step. As Quattro, our priority is to understand our customer’s dynamic businesses.

Quattro’s Approach to Quick Diagnosis Exercises
  • Having one on one interviews with the top management and come to an understanding about the company’s current and future strategies and critical issues.
  • Identifying the fields that are up for improvement using techniques like focus groups, workshops, data analysis, field trips etc.
  • Prioritizing the predetermined fields to be improved.
  • Preparing an implementation roadmap.
  • Supervising the implementation.

Why Quattro?
  • A holistic approach from strategy, process, organization and technology perspectives.
  • A sectoral and geographic expertise.
  • An implementation approach focuses projects.