Consulting Engagement Models

At Riva Logic Consulting we strongly believe that we add measurable value to the organizations we partner with by engaging closely with the client and in a sustained manner for organizational development.  On a case basis if required, our consultant will commit to spending a significant amount of time in the role of a  leadership executive coach, change agent/team member within your organization, whereby supporting the desired capability creation and fulfillment of strategic intent.
At Riva Logic consulting we can engage with you in the roles of an advisor, coach or partner. Our engagement model includes:

  • Advising & Tailoring a solution or a system to serve your specific needs
  • Coach your change agents & leaders to adapt, innovate or  facilitate strategic objectives
  • Partner with you in diagnosing, designing and implementing the strategic initiatives to create the desired capability

Commercial Engagement

The scope and duration of our consulting engagements is determined together with our clients and depends upon a number of factors. These factors include the stage at which we become involved in a project and the clarity of the requirements. We normally work on the engagement and integrate into the clients own project team from project definition through implementation.
Typically a three phase approach is adopted with a significant proportion of our assignments. The first phase usually involves  determination of the business or project requirements and a scoping exercise for the activities or project to be delivered. This work is normally carried out on a time-boxed time and materials basis where timescales and the level of effort is fixed. Deliverables might include a scope of work or project terms of reference, options and selection criteria and a detailed project plan.
The second phase will normally require the implementation of the project plan, or elements of that plan, and can be carried out on a time and materials or fixed price basis, depending on the risk profile and the clients attitude towards contingency costs.
The final phase would typically involve  handover  and closure of the project initiatives as planned or continued support activity thereafter.