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Case Study - 20 Degrees Consulting Ltd

20 Degrees supports people and their organisations through periods of change. We work with clients to help them realise the benefits of intended change and manage the consequences of unintended change.

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20 Degrees supports people and their organisations through periods of change.  We work with clients to help them realise the benefits of intended change and manage the consequences of unintended change.  Our services can be broken down into four elements which are often found inter-mixed: 

  • Innovation – a proactive and positive driver of change

We support promotion of innovation in an organisation. 

  • Project management – the approach for controlled change

We work with the grain of a client organisation’s culture to introduce methods that are most likely to bring about the intended benefits of a change project. 

  • People development – helping people to adopt positive behaviours and skills for change

We support the people side of change through skills development, leadership development and coaching in the project environment.

 

  • Evaluation – learning the lessons from change

We provide rigorous analysis and critical reflection.

Alun Hughes, one of the Directors of 20 Degrees said

‘We only started trading in September 2013 and Sell2Wales has been brilliant for us.  We have bid for eight projects advertised on Sell2Wales and won four.  That’s a pretty decent hit rate.  To us this represents 73% of our first year of sales by value and 45% of our first year’s turnover.  The evaluation side of our business is growing particularly strongly’. 

If I were to advise anyone else thinking of tendering, I’d say ‘Keep it simple but put in the effort to write a good bid.  Think of your tender document as a written version of a job interview.  If you go to a job interview looking scruffy and without having found out any background information about the employer, you probably won’t get the job.  People requesting tenders are essentially interviewing you for a job.’

 

20 Degrees Consulting Ltd

www.20degrees.co.uk

Twitter: @20_degrees