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KRE Consulting - Corporate Presentation
Transcript of KRE Consulting - Corporate Presentation
for our clients and thrive on engagements that drive large scale
We are an organization of high
that is comfortable asking
questions to help our clients develop creative solutions
We are leaders who
with the mindset of a
and the mentality of a
We are the company that you can lean on when
projects need to get done
who are we?
We actually MEAN IT!
Each engagement is a mission that must be completed by doing the
for our clients' success
Our approach consists of extracting the
trapped within our clients' organizations to become drivers of strategic transformation
project management and business architecture to fit with our
clients' specific needs
how do we engage?
We actually MEAN IT!
Project Management and Execution
"We understand that each company is unique with its own culture, processes and approach to fulfill its mission. We also understand that
the most powerful solutions most often come from within
, rather than outside the organization. Therefore, our job is to enable the flow of knowledge that is resident in our customers' employees."
-Roberto Quintanilla, Business Architect
Business and Systems Architecture
our service offerings
We strive to
projects and contribute to the healthy
of the business
Value priced alternative
- top tier management consultants within a reasonable rate structure
consultants with highly relevant business and industry knowledge
Consultants who take our clients very seriously and ourselves not as seriously - the un'Consultants' if you will
What you can expect from kre:
"kre was instrumental in getting our industry organized and transformed. We relied heavily on their skills to execute major engagements and align all our stakeholders across storage operators."
--Lance Watkins, CEO StoreLocal
Resource and Vendor Mobilization
Meaningful project management is both an
There is more to project management than adhering to a predetermined set of rules. You have to consider what makes each project unique to tailor the appropriate methodology and best practices.
Our service offerings leverage industry standards that we customize to execute your projects in the following areas:
Setup and run Project and Program Management Offices (PMO)
. Provide a holistic view of multiple projects by aligning them to standards, metrics and business purpose.
Project Planning and Implementation
. Plan and balance the triple constraint (scope, cost and time) during its implementation. Monitor project execution and trigger changes when required.
. Define the project teams, internal and external resource requirements, project charter and all the activities required for project lift off.
Project Management Training
. Provide an integrated training program employees who have project execution responsibilities. Our programs focus on bringing immediate value by customizing the curriculum, exercises and deliverables to the actual project responsibilities of the participants.
The role of the business architect is to translate the
of the organization into
"We have elevated the role of the business architect. This is probably one of the most important but also most underestimated roles on a project that
ensures the project's relevance in the organization
--Herag Haleblian, Managing Partner
Implementing change can also be one of the most challenging initiatives that companies must tackle. While the mechanics can often be engineered, the “people” element is the biggest obstacle to successful change initiatives.
At kre we help our clients to successfully shape, initiate, plan, and execute change initiatives via the following services:
Catalyst for change
. Breaking habits requires a catalyst and an engagement with kre can help provide the inflection point needed to get change started
Developing and communicating a clear, easy to understand vision that includes fundamental operating principles
Implement tactical tools and approaches that clearly describe who is responsible for doing what, how it will be done and when it needs to be done by
Adoption: Getting change to "stick"
. Work closely with your teams to help them embrace and “culturalize” change
"Change management is an integral part of transformations. We build change management practices into project management and business architecture by design"
--Steve Kerler, Principal
Medium and large projects typically require expertise from many internal organizational units and external partners. The project initiation phase is particularly important because the
from all contributing members must be
kre will help you to establish an ecosystem that provides alignment to and from all stakeholders to the project's success. Key elements in this phase include:
Compose RFP/RFI documents
. Setting up the project charter, kick off meetings and establish project cadence
. This includes ensuring all internal functional areas required have the right level of involvement and negotiating contracts for resource needs.
"Major projects typically involve skills or scale that outside partners can provide.
How you set up the ecosystem
with the right checks and balances
determines how good or hard a time you have in your project
--Jay Rhee, Principal
"At the end of the day, it is about finding a
get things done.
If properly applied, project management makes execution look easy".
Erich Kreidler, Managing Partner
Professor, University of Southern California