We recognize the challenges companies are encountering as they move from dated software building and licensing, to more nimble, rapidly evolving, mobile devices that can be used anywhere, at anytime.
CAP Resources has created an enterprise mobility assessment framework that helps companies create a business case, build a roadmap, and implement processes to execute mobile initiatives that increase profitability through productivity gains, and reduce cost and overhead through the elimination of inefficiencies.
A typical workshop will include interviews of key stakeholders focused around 3 key principles: awareness, engagement and structure. During this process, we will uncover gaps associated with reaching goals and discuss risks associated with the gaps, and risk mitigation strategies.
Depending on the needs of your company, a typical facilitation engagement could include the following steps. Sessions can be concentrated to as little as two days or may take place as part of a staged program over a series of weeks (every-other-Friday, for example), allowing you to keep your eye on operations while advancing mobility initiatives.
Typical Program Stages
・Business Case Framework
・Stakeholder & Roles and Responsibilities
・Capabilities Assessment / Inventory
・App Needs and Wants
・Business Case Mapping and Prioritization
・GAP Assessment and Buy vs. Build
・Implementation and Change Management
Mobile Implementation: What, When, and Why?
Generally speaking, most Oil and Gas companies have decided some aspect of their operations would benefit from mobilization.However the larger questions: “what, when, and why”…still loom large, and an inability to answer those questions usually hinders the ability to move forward.
Along with Mobile Implementation and Digital Transformation Strategy, companies need to a way to manage the large organizational changes that are a part of the process. Many times, effective change management is a difficult thing to achieve without the right tools and guidance. We partner with our clients to envision, plan, and drive organizational change methodically and effectively:
Document how the process is currently working
Identify process issues & inefficiencies
Specify required changes
Get feedback and buy-in from all affected stakeholders
Develop change management roadmap
Determine metrics and KPI’s
Plan & train for changes
Implement process changes step-wise
Monitor, measure, and analyze results, then improve