City of Houston HR TransformationContinue Reading
This case study introduces the “burning platform” that drove City of Houston HR transformation from a decentralized model to shared services model, and takes us through the three phases of the transformation. Formal City of Houston’s HR Director, Omar Reid, has a veritable success story on his hands. He’s been in the job nearly 5 […]
CA TechnologiesContinue Reading
Chazey Partners was engaged by CA Technologies with a unique quality assurance role. The company was consolidating its HR Shared Service Centers and Chazey partners was requested to oversee its transition from a Program Governance and Change Management perspective.
TRW AutomotiveContinue Reading
TRW engaged Chazey Partners for business case work in Europe, Mexico, and Asia Pacific. In-scope functions for this Common Services Transformation review and implementation included finance, human resources, information technology, and site location
Coca-Cola HellenicContinue Reading
Doesn’t scale mean that one has a better position when negotiating with potential third parties such as purchasing new technology enablers or considering outsourcers? The truth is that smaller size companies can also capitalize on Shared Services to achieve the triple benefit of cost savings, higher quality of service and improved control environment by leveraging the approach, principles and tools of Shared Services. And many of these are not “scale dependent”.
In this month’s article, we explore the key parameters of implementing Shared Services in a smaller size companies, including technology, location, talent and ERP.
University of California, San FranciscoContinue Reading
UCSF required an assessment of the four critical success factors for a successful and enduring transformation, specifically process, technology, people and client.
Chazey was engaged to help Gerdau assess, plan and implement a multifunctional Shared Service Center based in Mexico City servicing 7 countries in Latin America (Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela) and Spain.