The certification is based on the Author’s 34 year-experience and know-how that have helped blue chip companies and government agencies to save or increase revenue by an estimated 250-300 million US dollars.
For example, at Transport for London (TfL), PIEä – Prepare, Introduce, Embed – methodology, in three major steps, helped this organisation to re-examine, improve and unify its old ways of working and delivery of multi-million Pounds Sterling projects and change programmes. This successful and proven technique concentrates on 3 key issues; the first and foremost is human - the people in the organisation, how they work and how they feel about their work. The second issue is how systems and applications are delivered and introduced and how their users apply them. The third issue tackled by PIEä is focused around the training extent, quality and integrity in relation to the application’s prior testing, quality assurance and debugging prior to delivery. Combining these three areas together makes PIEä a formidable force. Change management and delivery is linked to KPIs and compliance mandates, strongly helped by PIEä. Like all other Peach methodologies, no special software is involved; it’s all based on Microsoft Office applications.
The Institute of Management Specialists in the UK accredits Peach’s proven and successful techniques and training courses. IBM and other blue chip clients have hired Peach to examine their products and services and ways to improve them. After fit-gap analysis, identification and rectification of shortcomings, Peach helps their clients to attain their goals with its unique techniques, and subsequently certifies the products or services as ‘fit for purpose’.