Mass Ingenuity Team Profile: Jim Clark Shares a Client Success Story

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I want to introduce you to Jim Clark, one of Mass Ingenuity’s high-energy senior consultants. Jim is responsible for several of our large public sector customers and several commercial ones. He is a master of creating high energy with executives and quickly driving results. Jim likes to say, “Measures are the currency of your Management System and Results Software is the bank!”

Jim’s background as an executive gives him both perspective and reputation when it comes to large transformative projects. Our customers rely on Jim’s knowledge to give them the confidence to drive their own transformations and accelerate getting results.

 Jim is presenting one of our customer’s powerful success stories and how they quickly achieved amazing changes in their operations.

Best regards,

Aaron Howard, CEO


An Introduction from Jim...

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A large Information Services Division (ISD) had grown so quickly it needed to become less “people dependent” and more “process oriented.” The division’s future success relied on clarifying performance expectations and proactively improving its constraints. With the implementation of the Results Management System™ and Software, ISD significantly reduced major defects and critical priority incidents. 

At the same time, the division reduced overtime costs and increased revenue per employee. See below for the dramatic verified client results.

Information Services Division: Results Management System™ and Software
Case Study #32
Project Timeline: September 2019-September 2020


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Situation: An insurance company’s Information Systems Division (ISD) had grown significantly in order to implement major new core business systems.

    Pain: Now with over 600 FTE, ISD had outgrown its ability to effectively operate as a very “people dependent” division. ISD’s process management had become blurred due to unclear performance expectations and an insufficient ability to proactively address constraints.

    ISD Capabilities Needed

    • Implement measurable improvements in order to demonstrate value to their business lines
    • Improve their ability to achieve the company’s strategic plan and growth goals

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    Mass Ingenuity Provided Client with Results Management System™ and Software

    ISD implemented Mass Ingenuity’s outcome-based management system to achieve the following sustainable outcomes:
    • Define their core work and established clear performance measures and expectation
    • Clarified ownership and accountability and accelerated service level improvements
    • Allowed them to see their organization in ways they never did before
    • Enabled collaboration among the executive team to allow for true enterprise management

      Client Results and Impact

      Specific results achieved through this work include:
      • Reduced major defects 46% with significant improvement to customer experience and costs
      • Decreased critical priority incidents 100% (client’s top goal when our project began
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        • Reduced overtime per employee by 36% (digital innovation group)
        • Improved revenue per employee by 31%
        • Built a more robust measurement system to define success, track performance, monitor progress on key initiatives, and quickly address roadblocks
        • Increased visibility and accountability to their most important outcomes and empower staff to identify constraints and proactively address them in a timely manner
        • Created a more complete view of ISD, specifically a “process view” rather than the “siloed hierarchical view” of an organization chart
        • Shifted ISD’s culture with greater visibility of their performance data, accountability, shared learning, and data-driven problem solving and decision making
        • As a result, ISD’s reputation and perceived value to the organization significantly increased

        “Results Software provides a valuable tool to connect our entire IS leadership team to these measures to improve transparency, ownership, and accountability across our teams. This work has provided a framework to talk about our business in a manner that was not possible previously.” 

        Vice President, ISD Governance and Infrastructure