Logistics and organizational effectiveness
Médecins sans frontières (MSF – Doctors Without Borders) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
Optimizing organizational processes in supply chains
MSF and UNFPA are two exemples of organizations whose mandate include delivering complex programme in international, challenging contexts. Global Supply Chains are essential components of humanitarian actions, and end-to-end communication throughout the Supply Chains is a condition for success.
We brought a collective approach to the process and system changes that we facilitated for both MSF (London office) and UNFPA (Copenhagen office). Our work focused on the interactions between the different functions of the organizations and instilled continuous optimization of business processes through iterative and inclusive approaches. The constant evolution and the proliferation of options make this both essential and demanding. Our approach to process optimization combines listening to our clients’ requests, applying technical rigor, engaging teams in functional analysis, describing different situations (both existing and those that are aimed for), as well as developing operational roadmaps – always guided by clearly defined objectives.