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Croesus Project Services (‘Croesus’) is a management consulting practice that provides clients with individually focussed advice to assist with business growth and corporate development.
Croesus provides ‘hands-on’ corporate consulting services to all companies, but specialising in providing Strategic Management Services to the Building & Construction and Mining sectors for companies that require targeted, legally compliant professional skills, appropriate to their specialised industry needs.
By looking more deeply into your business, Croesus helps bring bold strategies to life in unexpected ways. Through disruption and innovation, our clients are able to transform from market followers to market leaders. Our decades of successful experience – at all levels, in all sectors – ensures your business will maintain those achievements.
Croesus people have done it all before. They practice what they preach and they walk the talk. Croesus consultants are mature people, who have long experience in successfully creating and developing profitable companies, both in Australia and around the globe. They have gained their experience in both SMEs and larger public and international companies. All carry with them a knowledge of, and target to achieve, world best practice in what they do.
Organisational Development (OD) professionals are specialists in Change Management and Culture Development and OD is the work of facilitating organisational success, by aligning structural, cultural and strategic realities of work to respond to the needs of an ever-evolving business climate.
OD is concerned with facilitating change – at all levels and in all respects – in organisations through a holistic and humanistic approach that puts people at the heart of the process.
Croesus’ OD professionals are the CEO’s allies in creating a top performance culture for the organisation.
Environmental Law & Compliance means conforming to all relevant State and Federal environmental laws, regulations, standards and other requirements such as site permits to operate. In recent years,environmental concerns have led to a significant increase in the number and scope of compliance imperatives across all regulatory environments.
Labour law (also known as employment law) mediates the relationship between workers, employing entities, trade unions and the government. Workplace relations relates to the tripartite relationship between employee, employer and union.
Strategic planning is the act of creating short- and long-term plans to guide an organisation to continued and increasing success in the marketplace. Project management involves the overseeing of specific projects, ultimately designed to make progress toward strategic planning objectives.
Governance, risk management, and compliance are three related facets that help assure that an organisation reliably achieves objectives, addresses uncertainty and acts with integrity. Governance is the combination of processes established and executed by the directors (or the board of directors) that are reflected in the organisation’s structure and how it is managed and led toward achieving goals. Risk management is predicting and managing risks that could hinder the organisation from reliably achieving its objectives under uncertainty. Compliance refers to adhering to the mandated boundaries (laws and regulations) and voluntary boundaries (company’s policies, procedures, etc.).
Contract negotiation requires the two parties to come together and hammer out an agreement that is acceptable to both. This requires skills in the areas of Problem Analysis; Preparation; Active Listening; Emotional Control; Verbal Communication; Collaboration and Teamwork; Problem Solving; and Decision Making Ability.
Contract administration (or contract management) is the management of contracts made with customers, vendors, partners, or employees.