Vitruvius’ three principles of firmitatis utilitatis venustatis, from his semenal work De Architectura, roughly translates as durability (it should be robust), utility (it should be practical and functional) and beauty (it should inspire). Could these three aspects of architecture apply to Strategy?
We use the Aligned Capabilities Model ™ to visually demonstrate alignment of our services to your business objectives.
We don’t focus on tracking schedule, scope, and budget so much as we track our shared performance against business objectives. We succeed when we deliver measurable business outcomes to you.
When our team is engaged, we work with you to develop the capabilities and capacity needed internally to be successful on a sustained basis.
Many of your vendors are just that: vendors. We integrate with your team and share the risk associated with our work. Who else should?