Proven Successes in Challenging Environments
The Evans equation for addressing complex organizational issues can be best understood through case stories of real clients, each of whom have realized sustained improvements based on the successful outcomes of delivering our service products.
Business Architecture - Business-Driven IT Roadmap
A key institution serving the world’s financial market had arrived a crossroads in its information technology investment plan. The organization had spent over two years and the majority of its IT budget implementing an application to support its key business line: underwriting, approving and administering its political risk insurance products... (read more).
Human Capital Alignment - Raising Performance Efficiency to a World-Class Level
In 1998 the countries of the former Soviet Union were being integrated into the world economy as a new era of globalization began to dawn. A multi-national financial organization, whose mission was to foster economic and financial stability around the world, was busily integrating economic time-series statistics for increased transparency — but its aging infrastructure creaked under the weight of this expansion... (read more).
Program Management - Charting New Air Space with Program Management Excellence
Faced with expanding air traffic and aging equipment, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) initiated an ambitious effort to modernize its air traffic control system. However, key projects within this modernization experienced significant cost overruns, delays and performance shortfalls that affected FAA’s ability to deliver systems as promised... (read more).
Stakeholder Blending - Mission-Critical Collaboration
The Federal Aviation Administration oversees NextGen, a multi-agency initiative to transform the U.S. airspace to a highly efficient and even safer satellite-based air traffic control system. However, there were signs that the leadership team was not working together and communicating at an optimum level — and that there were issues that potentially threatened the successful adoption of NextGen. The Senior Vice President of the NextGen and Operations Planning organization recognized this... (read more).