About Analyze

Analyze Consulting was founded in 2007 with the purpose to help businesses get to the bottom of and solve business inefficiencies. The cornerstone of this dream is a passion for quality business analysis and project management.

We are motivated and rewarded by helping businesses be more efficient and solve problems.

We believe that the best way for us to do this is to start with a deep and thorough understanding of the problem or opportunity. The discipline and insight that we apply to this enables us to be confident and truly objective about defining the best possible solution.

Our vision is to be the partner of choice in solving business challenges through the appropriate use of technology, process and people.

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Email: info@analyze.co.za

Tel: +27 (0)21 447 5696

Cape Town Office:
The Studios – Unit 314
Old Castle Brewery Building
6 Beach Road
Woodstock
7925

Johannesburg Office:
Block A
Homestead Park
37 Homestead Road
Rivonia
2191

Project and programme management

/Project and programme management

Why you shouldn’t forget about project collaboration

Where project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools & techniques to execute against project requirements, project collaboration focuses on the way people, teams, departments and even companies come together to achieve that one common goal:  Project success Effective project collaboration requires open communication, an environment that fosters idea sharing and transparency between teams, whether co-located or remote.  This means

Are you optimising your communication and collaboration?

If, as a Project Manager, you are spending most of your time managing tasks and assignments you may be missing the key ingredients to what actually matters when it comes to delivering projects successfully – communication and collaboration. Here are some questions that you should be asking yourself and your team to ensure that everyone is as productive as possible when

Success with Senior Stakeholders – Top tips of how to get there

Whether you’re a project manager or business analyst, stakeholder management and influence is one of those big-ticket items that can make or break your project. A stakeholder is defined as a person with an interest or concern in something.  In the project world, this can mean anyone who’s directly or even indirectly impacted by the project.  Senior stakeholders typically hold quite

Understanding the difference between a scrum master and a project manager

With a major shift towards agile delivery, there has been some confusion around the role of the project manager within this new world.  Agile thinking introduced the concept of a scrum master, which may seem similar to a project manager on the surface, but is in fact distinctly different. The 2 most important things to understand are: A scrum master is not

High-performance teams – how do you build them?

Teams have been around for as long as we all can probably remember.  Being a “team player” has become a key requirement in most job specifications and everyone likes to think that they’re getting this whole team dynamic thing right.  This may be true to some extent, but there’s a big difference between a team that happens to be co-located

How to achieve organisational agility

American businessman, hedge fund manager & billionaire, Paul Tudor Jones, once said: “You adapt, evolve, compete or die”. Very strong words indeed, but in today’s constantly evolving business market, this is a harsh reality that all businesses need to face up to. Organisational agility is defined as a company’s ability to rapidly change or adapt to market changes. The higher your

Project governance – why is it important?

Before we tackle the importance of project governance, we need to debunk a common misconception: Project governance is NOT project management. In fact, the two are very different. Where project management focuses on delivering project objectives within the right time, cost and quality, project governance focuses on creating a framework for effective project decision making using defined structures, the right

Keeping a handle on project risk – our 7 top tips

In a constantly evolving business world, risk is inevitable, no matter how cautious you plan on being. It’s therefore not a question of whether your project will be faced with risk, but how you’re going to deal with this risk in order to ensure successful project delivery. Proper risk management ensures that your team is well-prepared for any curve balls which

Questions to ask when selecting a software vendor

With continuous improvement being the key to maintaining a competitive advantage, many companies are turning to software solutions to help streamline their business processes. But as much as software can help to reduce costs and improve productivity, selecting the wrong software vendor can have quite the opposite effect. Here are 7 questions we suggest you ask during your vendor selection process: 1. What