Cameron Lindsay Consulting Ltd
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Cameron Lindsay Consulting in conjunction with LDA www.ldassociates.co.uk and CMI have developed 2 new management development programmes
Many years of management experience in different business areas make us your expert contact partner in training and management services.
Nottinghamshire County Council
Cameron Lindscay Consulting over the past 5 years have project managed and supported the County Council in a number of high profile projects.
- Implemetation of the CIVICA UPM Pension Administration System
- Re-engineering of the Full End 2 End of the Purchase 2 Pay processes and recommendation for new operating structure
- Re-engineering of the Full End 2 End Pension Administration processes and recommendation for new operating structre -
- Business Support Centre Shared Service Centre:
As part of Nottingham County Council strategic back office transformation the Council is introducing a SAP software system delivering a fully integrated solution for HR, finance and procurement. A key contribution to the success is the design and implementation of the Business Support Centre (Shared Service Centre).
CLC supported the in-house team in developing the business change and transition approach, which included leading and contributing to the delivery of key elements of the business change and transition plan including; supporting the creation of new Business Processes, stakeholder management, internal and external communications, business engagement, training and benefits realisation management. It was essential the business change and transition approach and plan effectively integrated with the core Transformation Team and Functional Team plans within the full programme plan.
We also had responsibility to assess and monitor of the projects readiness for change in respect to the Business Support Centre.
SAP Programme Staffordshire County Council Children & Families
Staffordshire County Council was the first public sector body to introduce a SAP solution to meet the integrated children’s service regulations.
The key areas within our responsibility were to develop an appropriate business readiness approach and a plan that integrated with the programme delivery roadmap. Other key areas were to develop the primary operational readiness measures, design the visual management system and monitoring process, engage and support the service key stakeholders, manage the communications for business readiness and transition planning, act as single point of contact and establish an effective conduit for business readiness between the programme board, team and the services.
West College Scotland
Cameron Lindsay Consulting were commissioned to design and implement a culture and change management post merger programme. This included preparing a programme plan, creating and supporting a change team of 12 internal staff members and two external consultants and undertaking a stakeholder analysis to develop a programme communication strategy. One of the key activities was to develop a Performance Review Framework based upon competency developed and agreed by staff.
We also worked with the Programme Manager for the integrated plan to design and implement the existing technical systems and processes from the three colleges into the new merged college. This included data cleansing, migration and cut over planning, process re-engineering workshops, and a training programme for all new processes.
From April 16 to July 16 we have been undertaking a health audit on the college’s processes, systems, people and how effectively this has been operating over last 3 years.
Law Society of Scotland
With large scale changes with legislation the Law Society had to revisit the vision and aims of the organisation. As part of our remit we provided support on the creation of thier values and competency based performance framework. This included undertaking stakeholder/communication analysis, employee focus groups, formulating a project plan and providing a training programme for all staff. On a regular basis I reported to the Director of Human Resources on progression and updates on the project.
We continue to provide management development programmes and policy related training for first line, middle managers and the senior management team.