Are you responsible for projects and work processes and do you find yourself in a modern organisation which includes virtual teams, off-shoring and teleworkers? There is a good chance you will often experience a certain lack of control, miscommunication or simply not being able to oversee the actual situation at a given moment. Sounds familiar? Grip, an advanced work process solution, is specifically created for organizations operating in a distributed work environment. Grip provides organizations improved work performance and quality by providing complete oversight into work processes without introducing extensive overhead.
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Grip is the result of development cooperation between Go4Target BV and Logica Finland (now CGI). The purpose was to create a solution to manage their development processes which include large amounts of designing and coding activities, a unit in India, virtual teams in Finland and a flexible workforce with frequent teleworkers. Contact us for more information on the Logica cooperation.
Conventional management approaches seem less applicable to todayâ€™s work processes. Distributed and virtual teams, off-shoring, flexible working hours and a new generation of knowledge workers create a completely different setting than traditional work environments. In this new setting, factors like flexibility, trust, employee empowerment, and management by results are gaining importance. But how do we ensure our work performance and quality in this new setting?
To find out more regarding Grip we are glad to send you the Grip white paper. As a second step can provide a virtual demonstration or provide you with a Grip trial license. During the test one of our Grip consultants will be assigned to you to do some initial training and who will provide support throughout the trial-period. Since Grip is a flexible application some initial configuration is needed to support your work process optimally. For this purpose we developed the Grip Implementation Navigator, a step by step guideline to enter the settings and definitions of your process.