Friday, January 13, 2012

Qedis Dominates Change Management Shortlist at the Management Consulting Awards 2012

qedis has been shortlisted within the 'Change Project of the Year (Private Sector)' category for a business transformation project undertaken at Molson Coors Brewing Company (MCBC) - a terrific achievement considering the incredibly high standard of entries that were put forward. This type of transformation sits within qedis' sweet spot, and we're thrilled to be recognised for our role in managing its successful delivery.

In addition to this, Vicki Shillington, Director at qedis, has been shortlisted as 'Change Management Consultant of the Year'. This is fantastic recognition for Vicki, who is a published SFIA consultant and has been a highly-valued part of qedis since it was founded. In her role as the company's Professionalising IT lead, Vicki helps organisations to deliver business results through transforming their IT functions.

This year's Awards winners will be announced at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, on April 19th 2012.

To read more about the awards please click here.

Qedis - nextgen Consulting

qedis is a next generation management and technology consulting firm. We pride our self on our 'nextgen consulting' approach - which is about doing the right thing.

Our purpose is to make our clients and their people successful. We have wealth of experience and tools to help leaders transform their IT function and the business. Our service lines cover Professionalising IT, Business Technology, Project Management, Operational and Business Analysis. We guarantee our work, helping business, public sector and non-profit clients define strategies, streamline operations, develop talent, transform IT capability and deliver new solutions.

Our largest clients include Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury's, Wells Fargo, Co-Op FS, Molson Coors, O2, Associated & News Media.

qedis is part of Highland Worldwide, an international network of consulting businesses with 2,500 consultants operating from 47 offices across the world.

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