The BPC offers action research that explores specific
opportunities, such as new I.T. systems, by profiling up-to-date knowledge
about the systems (options) and researching the behavioural impact
of the use of such systems. A knowledge review can also incorporate
internal feedback, where appropriate.
For example, an electronic system for managing meetings
attracted a senior director's attention, triggered by the complexity
always experienced when managing meetings.
how effective is it?
does an electronic system affect the interpersonal side of things?
it inhibit innovative thinking and creativity?
it distort the quality of information exchange?
Most companies lack the time and resources to
explore the realistic use of such a system. But the BPC can deliver
an accurate third party appraisal expeditiously, for this and other
To discuss your own requirements, please contact