Cross Sector Consulting

CMG has worked across a wide range of sectors including healthcare, telco, betting, public sector and global sourcing.   Examples of our work in these areas may be found below:

What We Do

Implementing a Balanced Scorecard into a Newly Acquired Business

Our client, one of the world’s leading betting companies, had acquired a new business and engaged us to help manage the integration and implementation of a new operating model.  The scope included the definition of a new vision and the design and implementation of a business balanced scorecard.  Read more….

 

IT Strategy for a ‘Burning Platform’ NHS Trust

Our client, a leading hospital Trust, faced a ‘burning platform’ and needed to develop an IT strategy within a short timescale due to their existing outsourced IT service being on the point of being closed down. We delivered a high quality, comprehensive IT strategy document and practical roadmap for implementing the strategy, which improved the day-to-day operations of the Trust.  Read more…

 

Merger and Business Rationalisation Programme

We were engaged by the global leader in the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of spices and specialty foods to manage the merger with another European company and return the group to profitability.  As part of its growth strategy across several continents, the client had acquired a European company specialising in the manufacturing and marketing of seasoning products in a new domestic market.   Read more…

 

PLM for a Hong Kong-based Interational Sourcing Operation

The Hong Kong based sourcing operation of our client were implementing a Bamboo Rose PLM solution and were concerned that the programme would not meet all of the business’s requirements.  CMG were engaged to complete a health check review of the programme and provide guidance on how to ensure the programme not only met the key milestones but delivered on the commitment agreed with the vendor.  Read more…

 

Marketplace Transformation Mapping and User Survey

We were engaged by a public sector executive agency that was finishing the first phase of a new digital marketplace project for the public and non-profit community.  They needed to communicate progress and secure commitment from their executives for the next phase.  In addition, they wanted to gain input from users of the new tool that would provide input to success/opportunity feedback, along with user-based priorities, to build into the future tool roadmap.  Read more…