We work with small and medium sized businesses (turnover of approximately £200k-£10m) on projects that are important - important enough to be on someone’s to do list but haven’t been started because other things are more urgent, or there aren’t enough hours in the day or there are gaps in the skills and experience needed.
We also have a specialisation in undertaking projects for Healthcare firms.
Most people find themselves operating in an environment with more to do than they can reasonably achieve. Economic pressures, relentless demands, limited resources and constant distractions mean that deferral (and, let’s face it, sometimes procrastination) is inevitable.
This isn’t automatically an an issue if it gives space to think, and we all know that sometimes, matters just go away. However if a project is important, has no deadline or no-one has had the time to explore the costs and risks of delay then deferral could at best be a wasted opportunity and at worst could turn out to be a real problem. Working with SFM Consulting gives you access to a hands-on addition to your team, just when you need it, with experience in managing and executing a wide variety of projects ranging from small to large, long overdue to the technical and complex.
We can take responsibility for whole projects or work with members of your team - just for the duration of the project.
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