Cambridge Management Sciences Ltd.
We increase the effectiveness of organisations using proven evidence-based methods that turn strategy into results. We prefer to work as facilitators, unlocking the knowledge and creativity in an organisation, guided by our knowledge and experience of what is possible.
|Telephone:||+44 (0)1223 422 171|
|Address:||St Johns Innovation Centre, Cowley Road, Cambridge|
Our Management Science and Operations Research focus areas are:
- Strategy Formulation & Execution
- Organisation Design & Development
- Leadership & Management Development
- Business Process Improvement
- Change Management
What we do
We use an evidence-based approach in our consultancy, coaching and learning & development practices that delivers significant benefits to our clients. It enables us to help our clients develop effective and adaptable organisations through using the best information available. That can be ‘hard’ information in management science or ‘soft’ information in the human sciences – no fads and no fuzziness.
- Applying scientific principles to problem-solving, decision-making and management processes.
- Using a systematic approach to gathering facts about your organisation before making recommendations.
- Applying critical thinking and decision support tools that reduce bias to improve judgement
- Considering the ethical dimension, including effects on stakeholders
We view each engagement as unique; understand that every client is different, and respect the knowledge and experience you have as an organisation and an individual. We do not offer ‘off the shelf’ solutions, so we take the time to question, listen and understand before recommending an approach. This ensures that we deliver solutions that work and provide the best value possible.This is the foundation of our practice. We don’t assume we know the answer before we have discussed the problem, and we don’t propose solutions that you are capable of delivering yourself. We use a systematic and rational approach to analysing your requirements and finding the areas where we can add the most value for you.
- STRATEGY FORMULATION, ALIGNMENT & EXECUTION
- ORGANISATION DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
- LEADERSHIP CONSULTING
- PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
- CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Learning & development
Our learning and development practice provides
Evidence-based management training and development in select venues and in-house. Our public training courses provide personal development in business strategy, leadership and change management, which are the key elements for delivering growth and improving performance. These workshops provide the basis for achieving organisation alignment and process improvement. We design all our courses using an evidence-based approach, to confirm that what you learn works, through research and practical experience. This gives you powerful, proven methods and tools to help you get results.
All of our public events can be presented in-house if you have large numbers to train, or can form the basis of tailored in-house development if the standard design does not meet all your objectives.
The course designs are updated after each presentation as part of our commitment to continuous improvement, and to ensure the content is up to date by using the latest proven research findings.
20 Mar 2018 - 22 Mar 2018DoubleTree by Hilton, Cambridge City Centre
This highly practical programme provides you with a set of methods, models, tools and techniques to analyse your organisation, then identify appropriate strategies. The results enable you to develop a tailored action plan to develop your own strategy then embed strategic management within your organisation's management process.
7 May 2018 - 11 May 2018The Royal Institution, London
This Strategic Leadership Development course explores practical approaches to developing corporate strategy and implementing a strategic management process. It develops a deeper understanding of corporate governance, covering the strategic role of the board, the rights of institutional shareholders and the approach of the company towards risk.