Practicus Case Study

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I am business consultant in a Small Business Consultancy Firm. This is a general and financial structure on Practicus, a Small UK Business Enterprise.

Practicus employs over 50 staff and itself, consults to other organizations. Based on the performance and their team strength Practicus has been recognized by various organizations by receiving awards.

In this report, Practicus has been analyzed by using financial ratios and the SWOT analysis. The performance of Practicus has also been analyzed using industry comparative ratios. Proposed changes are recommended with appropriate actions to overcome the weaknesses of Practicus.

Practicus history
In 2004 March, Practicus was established. Practicus was located above a car park in Henley on Thames.
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Darren has a strong leadership style, and is able to support employees both inside and outside their workplace. At Practicus, he first worked as General Manager for the first regional office and then subsequently as Regional Director across the growing number of international sites.

Mission/ vision statement
Mission: To help organizations successfully manage and deliver change
Vision: To create profitable growth by partnering with customers to achieve sustainable outcomes through innovative delivery.

Operating objectives
Portfolio Management is a technique that can transform the way management activity is directed and delivered. With proven cost savings of up to 30%, Portfolio Management aligns companies’ resources to their objectives, and allows Board Management to make more informed decisions regarding their investment portfolio.
Particus is currently advising a Portfolio Management Special Interest Group set up by the Association of Project Managers to investigate the practicalities of implementing the Portfolio Management system. Practicus can demonstrate in plain terms what clients can expect, solve the most common challenges and show how to get the maximum benefit from
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Practicus facilitates the interface between corporate communications, transition and change to make sure communication is implemented down to team member level. Practicus teams are deployed on numerous initiatives within this context across everything from data warehouse design and build to mortgage transformation. Practicus works with some of the biggest and smallest organization globally. From smart ticketing and inter modal transport to improving customer service standards, Practicus has carved out a niche as a project partner for transport organization, serious about change. As part of their IT sector, Practicus has identified five trends, big data, mobility, social, consumerisation and the cloud to meet the competitive

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