Perfect Processes - Process Improvement and Innovation Software
This dynamic approach to process redesign allows for maximum participation by those most affected by resulting changes. Our easy-to-use point and click software allows the organization to track and update workflow changes over time so that they never become obsolete.
Voice Lessons - Strength-Based Leadership Development Curriculum
This is our proprietary framework for customized leadership development programs for our client organizations.
RAM - Resource Allocation Model
Partnering with our affiliate firm, AIDTEC, we offer this comprehensive computer-driven model for determining human resource needs on a desk-by-desk, function-by-function, location-by-location level for the entire organization. In addition to determining current needs, RAM provides decision makers with rolling twelve month projections of human resource needs based on the unique relevant workload for each function.
Real-time Performance Assessment - Survey Tools for Organizational Assessment
Partnering with our affiliate firm, The Hill Group, we prepare, conduct and analyze customized internet-based surveys of organizational performance focused on both internal and external stakeholders.
The Voice of the Organization - A Practical Framework for Achieving Organizational Alignment
This is our proprietary framework for implementing strategic management processes in our client organizations. The focus is on the development of reliable "lines of sight" throughout the organization, resulting in perfect alignment of purpose and performance. Our process links Vision and Mission with Operating Plans, Budgets and Performance Appraisal Systems.
WASP - Workload and Staffing Projection System
This system projects filings, workload and staffing needs for judicial and non-judicial staff. It bases the court’s future needs on the projected workload and the impact of that workload on the human resource requirements in each functional unit. The model also projects the need for staff in related organizations including District Attorney, Indigent Defense, Probation, Clerk’s Office and others. Further, the model is capable of taking into account productivity improvements made or anticipated in the court and allows for “what if” questions about such changes.