Strategy & Process Improvement (S&PI) is a dedicated internal consulting group with a mandate to lead critical strategic transformation efforts focused on the Firm's most urgent needs. Key objectives include helping front-office businesses (e.g., Banking teams) as well as internal functions (e.g., Operations, Finance, and Risk) make decisions that result in more efficient processes, greater client impact, and an improved bottom line. The group is made up of approximately ~100 consultants, who are divided into a central teams (Core S&PI), functionally-aligned teams (Global Technology S&PI), and business-aligned teams (Asset Management S&PI, Consumer & Community Banking S&PI, and Commercial Banking S&PI). Typical S&PI engagements (not exhaustive) include: Operations Strategy, Organization Design & Governance, Strategic Planning, Business/Function Transformation, Operating Models and Capability Build-out.
S&PI follows a hypothesis-driven, fact-based approach to problem solving. The ability to solve critical business problems along with the diversity and backgrounds of individuals distinguish S&PI from other areas of the Firm. Typical project teams comprise of 2-6 members, most of whom are former management consultants from top consulting firms (McKinsey, BCG, Booz&Co., etc.). Projects are usually 4 to 16 weeks long, depending on complexity and scope.
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