Given the challenging economic times in which we live, the prevailing austerity and political policy demanding yet more for less, your organisation may find its funding has been reduced.
This may occur in several ways. Reduced grants, subsidies, commissions, contracts are all common. People may have less available cash for giving donations.
Regardless of business sector; or, the reason that your funding has been reduced, you have less money. This may well come at a time when the demand for your services has increased rather than decreased.
So how can your organisation face this challenge?
Our work across public, not-for-profit and charity organisations experiencing reduced funding takes a number of forms; we can work with you to:
- Identify which of your processes are critical, which if there are any processes you can cease
- Diagnose areas of failure and waste that are costing you money you need not spend
- Remove waste and failure meaning the income you do have will go further
- Develop the capacity to continuously improve effectiveness for those you serve, and to continuously remove waste.
The result is that you save money, deliver simpler and better services (internal and external), and importantly, develop your own capability to improve.