Airborne Consulting helps you to improve your daily operational business and to create a strong competitive position in the airline industry by offering its Consulting Services
Airborne Consulting is able to apply different approaches to manage a project:
1) in the WATERFALL approach, we execute the traditional project management processes: plan, analyse, design, build, test, deploy and close project. During the project cycle, we monitor and control the project by measuring project performance
2) with PRINCE2, we focus on the high level management, control and organisation of a project
3) in the AGILE approach, we see the project as a series of relatively small tasks where design and build activities are managed via an iterative method an where the implementation is flexible and interactive. The example we used most is SCRUM – iterative goals set by the Product Owner through a Backlog which is developed by the Delivery Team and facilitated by the Scrum Master.
Take a look into our Portfolio for projects managed by the WATERFALL, PRINCE2 and/or AGILE approach.
Airborne Consulting applies a two-way approach to accompany the change to achieve a required business outcome:
1) bottom-up approach (managing the ‘people’ side) where we guide the audience that is impacted by the change. We do this by building support, addressing resistance and developing the required knowledge and ability by offering training materials and behavioral programs
2) top-down approach (‘organizational’ transformation) where we improve the organization in a way that it is able to facilitate the change. We do this by defining the vision, mission of your organization, designing guiding principles, seizing opportunities and aligning work, resources and departments according to the desired outcome.
Take a look into our Portfolio for projects where the journey of the change has been managed successfully.
Airborne Consulting believes in three principles underlying strategy:
1) creating an unique and valuable (market) position
2) making trade-offs by choosing what not to do and
3) creating a fit by aligning your organization activities to with one another to support the chosen strategy. Basically, we help you in answering the question on corporate strategy level ‘ What business should we be in?’ and on a business strategy level ‘ How shall we compete in this business?’
Take a look into our Portfolio for relevant Strategy projects.
The goal of Business Process Management (BPM) is to reduce human error and miscommunication in a way that every participant in the workflow can focus on its role and responsibilities. BPM is often the connection between the line-of-business (LOB) and the IT department. Different BPM languages enable business people to quickly design processes and since it adheres to the basic rules of programming, developers can easily translate the designed processes into hard code.
Take a look into our Portfolio for relevant BPM projects.