The Corvis Methodology includes four stages, each tailored to focus on the client’s unique needs and constraints.  Central to the Corvis Methodology is the importance of collaboration with our client organization stakeholders, combining your expertise with our process consultation savvy.  We believe that involving you from the beginning yields the best solutions.  Afterall, no one knows your business as much as you do.

Click on the tabs below for more details on each stage of The Corvis Methodology:

Corvis Methodology

The Discover phase is about exploration of the current situation and desired outcomes.

We will discover potential areas of working with you, contemplate possible solutions to the current challenges faced, and begin to build a trusting and collaborative relationship.

Questions under consideration during this phase:

  • What is the challenge or issue facing you?
  • What would you like the outcome to be?
  • How can Corvis Group support you?
  • What do you see as your role in this change?

The Design phase focuses on how to tap into the potential stored within your employees, leaders, customers, and other stakeholders.

We will collaborate with you on how to implement the change initiative in the next phase.  This could include designing a focus group, conceptualizing stakeholder interviews, writing an employee survey, creating a leadership retreat, or designing other tailored programs.

Questions under consideration during this phase:

  • What information do we need to implement the change?
  • Which stakeholders should provide input?
  • What is the best way to gather input from stakeholders?
  • What would be the most impactful way to influence the change?

The Implementation phase is when the change initiative from the Design phase goes “live.”

We will work side-by-side with you to facilitate the change you desire in your organization.  During Implementation, your organization can begin to unleash innovation.  Stakeholder groups involved have the opportunity to discuss innovative solutions to the top challenges.  Ideas are generated, such as how to increase productivity, reduce expenses, or increase the ability to serve customer needs.

The Review phase seeks to determine the impact of the Implementation and what next steps should be taken.

We will review the consultation and its impact, discussing ways that the Implementation met expectations and how to continue to achieve positive outcomes in the future.

Questions under consideration during this phase:

  • What was the actual impact of the Implementation?
  • How can your organization continue the momentum?
  • What are the next steps for continued success?