When you migrate from a big firm and value consulting / engineering practice to a smaller firm, there are many differences, opportunities and unique challenges.
What should you consider before taking the leap? How do you prepare for and succeed in this new environment?
In this value coffee talk interview, value leader Scott Jeffries discusses his experience in making the leap, from running a large value management practice to creating a new value enablement program from scratch at a much smaller firm.
Our guest Scott Jeffries is the Head of Global Value Advisory at the remote collaboration firm Miro, and a value veteran of Slack, NetSuite and SAP to name a few. He leverages his experience of building value programs in both large and small provider environments to dish out some great insights and advice.
Checkout the episode here:
- Transitioning from big to small companies requires adapting to differences in infrastructure, execution, and evangelization.
- Understanding the company and its unique challenges is crucial when starting a value program in a smaller organization.
- Building a multi-year plan with clear pillars and tying it to the company’s strategic initiatives helps communicate the breadth of a value program.
- Taking charge of the value charter and evangelizing the program are essential for success in smaller organizations.