How we do it: POV Management Consulting

Point-of-View (POV) Management Consulting takes traditional management consulting to the next level by thinking more comprehensively about how specific recommendations impact our client's entire business ecosystem. Recognizing that many parties are often directly or indirectly affected by a single change in business operations, POV Management Consulting aims to understand and incorporate those parties' perspectives to maximize effectiveness, usability, and acceptance by all involved while successfully addressing the operational issues at hand.

People + Process + Systems

From helping improve overall company culture, to implementing specific software to run a small part of the business, we aim to make clients' engines run better. Human resources and the tools they use usually work hand-in-hand in making success, and here are some key ways we bring improvement:

  • Job and organization design
  • KPI determination and performance management
  • Rewards, with expertise in compensation programs
  • Business analysis, software selection & implementation
  • Culture and connectedness

Engagement style

Interviews and direct observation are key to understanding the visible, as well as not-so-obvious, elements of your business operations. To achieve clarity, we will be attentive to how things are communicated while listening to the content of what is said. As an outside observer, we will also identify interpersonal dynamics that can often be critical in understanding why processes and projects are successful or not.

Data collection and analysis are used to complement the interview/observation process. This gives us a full picture of qualitative and quantitive information to work from.

Network of knowledge

In addition to our own resources, we have an extensive network of partners and affiliates who provide expertise to complement ours. For clients needing to initiate services in areas like Marketing, IT services, Finance, and others, we can coordinate such resources as a “general contractor” on projects, or simply make qualified referrals – whatever is most effective for the client’s situation.