For business leaders, successful transformation remains at the heart of creating a sustainable organisation. Now more than ever, companies need agility and an efficient operating model to protect against changes in market conditions and consumer behaviour.
Transformation addresses all elements of a business, from people, process, and technology, to digitising and simplifying ways of working, to launching new products and services. Businesses rely on specialist practitioners to plan, implement, and deliver success but often find these skills are not held internally, or there simply isn’t enough bandwidth within the existing workforce.
We partner with our clients to help them frame their transformation challenges and understand how to identify and achieve success. Because we work with transformation experts with a delivery track record, we are very well placed to introduce high calibre specialists to match our clients’ needs. We act as a critical friend, providing impartial, expert advice and challenge our clients appropriately to help define the issues and co-create the solution.
Tried and trusted interim network
Over the years, we have built a specialist Associate Network that has many years of proven experience delivering across a breadth of industries and functional areas.
While these associates have worked in partnership with Eton Bridge previously, we are firm believers that good people recommend good people, so we look to grow our network in exactly this way. Referrals and recommendations are key to us retaining the high quality of talent within our network and this is constantly reviewed and refined.
Our Associate Network can be deployed as individuals, or as a team to solve business problems. These may range from leading delivery of strategic cross-functional transformations, specific functional change, or indeed restructuring activity where required.
For many organisations, transformation is a project-based activity, but for others, the nature of the business and its structure may mean the best way forward is to build internal capability. By working with our clients closely, we can help to identify the most appropriate solution and introduce our Executive Search practice to support these permanent needs.
Clients look to our Associate Network to deliver an accessible, cost-effective solution compared to a traditional consulting approach. The ability to deploy from a tried and trusted bench, sometimes in as little as 24 hours, mitigates risk for clients and significantly enhances successful outcomes.
Driving transformation and change through collaboration
Our associates deliver pragmatic outcomes, taking into account organisational culture and the ability to change. Utilising tried and tested methods and toolkits, they can deliver specific programmes of work, manage the end to end delivery of programmes, or indeed lead on programme turnarounds. Working with internal teams, they build capability and experience to ensure that once they leave, the organisation can sustain the change. Knowledge transfer is key to success, as is a high level of engagement throughout an assignment.
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