At GICC, everything we do is grounded in an in-depth knowledge and understanding of our client’s individual needs, examining the business dynamics and economic climate in which they operate. Our consultants actively monitor and study sector trends, changes and challenges, and maintain best practice to deliver exceptional results.
Our teams work with organizations on a number of business improvement initiatives including transformational change, merger management, organization design, talent management and customer experience, to name just a few. Our priority is to help organizations to make an impact, improve performance, develop capabilities and refine business operations.
With an average of one in three business improvement programs failing, an ability to drive and deliver change is one of the most important factors for any business aspiring to realize ambitious projects and hold on to its competitive advantage. That’s why we are chosen to work with high-profile international organizations to make their business aspirations a reality.
Our clients choose to work with us to make important and positive organization-wide impact due to our wealth of experience and business insight on a wide-range of issues and opportunities within the following business functions:
- C-level advisory and consulting
- Business development and partnerships
- Independent quality management
- Customer experience management
- Performance management
- Digital transformation
- Project management
- IT management
- Optimization and design
Leaders in business improvement
We stand out from the crowd thanks to our unrivalled approach to identifying and delivering business initiatives to help clients improve performance, become more productive and more profitable. We work in close partnership with each client, connecting with the heart of their business at every level of organization to plan targeted solutions that bring impressive performance and profit improvements.
What makes us truly stand-out is our approach to adding value and impact. We work to the ethos that we’ll only embark on an engagement with a client if we can identify significant opportunities for improvement: if we don’t see a way to make an impact on the performance of your business, we’ll tell you.
- The use of capitals for the page headers looks a little harsh.
- Refrain from doubling up on copy. For example, copy used on the homepage shouldn’t be repeated on subpages. When someone clicks on ‘Read more’ they want to read new additional copy, not re-read the copy they’ve just read.
- Best not to repeat titles. For example, on the ‘About us’ page the title is re-used immediately below the main header.
- It would be worthwhile sourcing more creative images. At the moment the images feel underwhelming – and therefore that is the sentiment the reader feels before reading the copy, which isn’t ideal.
- Subpages should also have a main image at the top of the page. It’ll being consistency and attract the eye.
- I think the ‘About us’ page needs to be brought to life. The use of imagery will help as will the removal of block sub-headers. The examples below from McKinsey work well so perhaps something similar can be achieved?