Newport Acquisitions’s holistic and data-driven approach enables clients to achieve leadership in their core business, leverage their core strength to grow into adjacent opportunities, and operate at superior levels of performance to drive industry-leading results.
Our core management consulting solutions are listed below:
Our strategy experts help clients with their most complex strategic challenges and build tailored solutions to help them achieve sustained growth. We emphasize mobilization from day one—we begin by helping clients choose where to focus in order to out-execute and out-invest their competition, and ultimately generate higher returns.
We help companies achieve their full potential in a number of ways, working across the organization or within specific areas of performance .
We start by analyzing what full potential means in practical terms–for a whole company, a business unit or a function. Our first step is to perform a diagnostic and size the opportunity based on hard factual data.
Our strategic and cross-functional approach helps clients unlock value beyond cost containment measures within a specific area of the organization. In fact, in our experience, addressing operating problems at the points where business units, functions, geographies, and layers of management intersect and have to make and execute critical decisions–creates between three and four times as much value as traditional approaches to right-sizing and functional excellence.
An effective organization can give companies the edge that sets them apart from the competition. The payoff can be significant: Our research has shown that high performers report total shareholder returns nearly six percentage points higher and their employees are far more likely to recommend the company as a place to work—a powerful indicator of engagement. The secret: decisions. The best performers make better decisions, make them more quickly and execute them more effectively. And they don’t spend too much or too little effort in the process.
To make IT effective, companies need to streamline their IT organizations in three ways: simplify systems to reduce costs, source IT hardware and services from the best location (inside or outside the company) and dramatically increase the business results from IT initiatives. The ultimate goal of an effective IT organization should be to harness IT to business objectives to propel new growth; to allow business units to serve customers in ways that competitors do not.