Business reviews, strategic planning facilitation, strategy development and business plan writing.
Design and development of business operating models and organisational structures in line with strategic objectives.
Implementation and programme management
Interim management services, programme management, implementation of organisational change projects.
Stakeholder engagement and communications
Engagement and communications strategies, collaborative network development and multi-stakeholder events coordination.
ConsultBrain started in 2005 as a blog which reflected on the interfaces between technology, business and people. The company was registered in 2014 by the blog’s founder, Botha Kruger, a consultant and entrepreneur with a 19 year track record of working across sectors and industries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC). The name ConsultBrain succinctly summarises our company ethos:
Have an open mind and consult as many brains as possible in life and in business. Critically engage with new ideas and thoughts, and share original and daring perspectives with others. Confront organisational challenges in a structured way, to keep moving forward and to keep on learning.
This open-minded and flexible approach is the cornerstone of all our engagements. At ConsultBrain we aim to ensure that our expertise – external insights, process structure, facilitation and change management – are used to the maximum benefit of client organisations. The strategic nature of our work means that we engage as a “thinking partner” – someone to work with executive and management teams to think innovatively about their organisations and to rise above day-to-day operational issues. And once the thinking is done, we love to get involved in implementation, to guide the process of change through its full cycle.
consult verb 1. seek information or advice from (someone, especially an expert or professional)
brain noun 1. an organ of soft nervous tissue contained in the skull of vertebrates, functioning as the coordinating centre of sensation and intellectual and nervous activity.