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Many businesses are seeking ways to become more ethical or environmentally sustainable, while in the current global economic environment, some just need guidance to stay alive. There are myriad business consultancies, all over the world; sometimes, it seems there are more consultancies than actual businesses! These consultancies help small, embryonic businesses towards fruition, as well as assist larger businesses that need rejuvenation or adjustment to change. However, the consultancy approach is often one of putting businesses into "boxes" and providing standardised, out-of-the box solutions, not taking into account that every business is different and unique, therefore requiring an individual approach and a tailored solution.

Our approach to business consultancy is based on comprehensive strategic business management and IT consulting experience, up-to-date business and technical knowledge and internationally accepted "best practices" for management and IT consulting. What sets our approach apart from that of other consultancies is that it is flexible, adaptable and complies with high ethical standards.

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 June 2010 09:21


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Every business requires a individualised plan to ensure that all business activities are geared toward the stated or implicit goals of the organisation. One of the core components of such a business plan is the analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) the business faces in the specific environment in which it exists. The SWOT analysis consists of two distinct phases: 1) the collection and compilation of relevant environmental influence factors and 2) the implementation of an action plan to reap the benefits of the strengths and the available opportunities and to address the weaknesses and threats.

Even Keel Enterprise has created a new approach to business and SWOT analysis, called S.U.I.T.E L.E.A.P.E©, which examines the business environment from 10 different angles:

  • Social;
  • Uniqueness;
  • Integration and individuality;
  • Technology adaption;
  • Economic
  • Legal;
  • Environmental;
  • Alliances and collaboration;
  • Political; and - most importantly -
  • Ethical

Based on the information gathered during the initial information gathering phase of the SWOT analysis, tailored business and action plans can be prepared and implemented.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 June 2010 18:53