A strategic plan provides a unified vision for an organisation. Achieving the goals outlined in the plan requires a whole organisation working as one.
Amplify makes communicating strategy simple. By exposing enterprise goals to each initiative, a direct link can be established between an initiative and the goals it is contributing to. This allows for Investment & Return to be directly attributed to the strategic plan.
A well communicated strategy assists with buy-in and engagement and helps to break down the walls of organisational silos that jeopardise the achievement of goals.
Successful change involves all levels of an organisation. Engaging with the right stakeholders is key to promoting a collaborative approach to problem and solution definition. Stakeholder engagement helps to increase transparency and personal ownership of change.
Amplify facilitates collaborative problem definition and stakeholder engagement workshop tools, designed to promote communication and consultation between stakeholder groups.
Amplify’s mapping tools allows each initiative to be linked directly to the benefits, capabilities, and strategic goals it contributes to. It assigns ownership, captures complex relationships and optimises benefit delivery.
Amplify enables the comparison of multiple delivery scenarios or options per business case. Scenarios can be compared on their duration, benefit realisation and risk profiles. This supports a reporting and approval cycle that allows the author to re-engage with the stakeholders.
Amplify enables the comparison of multiple delivery scenarios or options per business case. Scenarios can be compared on their duration, benefit realisation and risk profiles.
Amplify supports a reporting and approval cycle that allows the author to re-engage with the stakesholders.
Amplify is built on the premise that all value can be owned, quantified and measured. Achievement of strategic goals, benefits, and key performance indicators should all be monitored.
Amplify provides real time updates and early warning indicators regarding the realisation of the expected business benefits. This allows an organisation to take corrective action or re-engage with stakeholders.
This approach provides visibility and insight about a benefit over the duration of a business case.