“The essence of strategy is choosing what not to do.” – Michael Porter

Business Services

Strategic Planning

Establish your competitive advantage to guide your company forward.

A strategic plan is a formalized road map that describes how you will execute your chosen strategy. It focuses on long-term goals, as opposed to tactical planning that focuses on the short-term objective. The most reliable recipe for turning a company into a standout performer over the long-term is a strong execution of an excellent strategy. At Cube Management Consulting, we understand the importance of an established set of actions that will enable your company to out-perform its competitors and achieve superior profitability.

We engage our clients in the use of a five-stage strategic management process:

The tools and resources we utilize…

  • Kaplan and Norton’s – The Balanced Scorecard
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Competitor Analysis
  • Porter’s Five Forces
  • Porter’s Five Generic Competitive Strategies
  • PESTLE Analysis
  • Visioning
Business Process Analysis and Design

Design, plan, deliver, operate and control your business

Process analysis and design is a technique that provides a clear understanding of a company’s business processes. A process describes a sequence or flow of activities within an organization with the objective of performing work. It is best depicted graphically containing flow elements including activities, events, gateways and sequence flows, that define the execution of the process.

The tools and resources we utilize…

  • Stakeholder Analysis

  • Business Process Architecture

  • KPI Design

  • Process Analysis

  • Process Design

  • Capabilities Analysis

  • Pain and Gain Prioritization

  • Cultural Analysis and Readiness Assessment

  • Program Design

  • Roadmap


Expected benefits to be realized…

  • Targeted KPI measures improved

  • Problem solved

  • More effective work practices in place

  • Capabilities Aligned

  • Business performance sustainable

  • Evidence of performance improvement obtained

  • Supportive underlying culture in place

For more information about Process Management we recommend you visit these websites:

Process Maker


Project Management

Manage your capital investments and achievement’s

Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations from a project. Meeting or exceeding those needs and expectations invariably involve balancing competing demands among:

  • Scope, time, cost, and quality,
  • Stakeholders with different needs and expectations
  • and many other influencing factors.

In order to control these factors we employ the use of project management methodologies that have become industry standards for project delivery.

The tools and resources we utilize…

  • PMI Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
  • Agile Project Management
  • Lean Project Management
  • Rational Unified Process (IBM – RUP)
  • Cube’s library of templates and standards
Technical Writing/Editing


Technical writing is used anytime technical information must be conveyed by text. The text will explain the scientific or specialized details and guide the reader in how to use that information. The writer must have a sufficiently broad understanding of the subject matter that will ensure the text is accurate and communicates the necessary data most efficiently.

While the reader does not need to know all the details, they do need to have a depth of knowledge to utilize the crucial elements presented. 

The main purpose of technical writing is to provide complex information to readers in a way that they can understand and apply that information.

Characteristics of Technical Writing

Clear – Technical writing presents information clearly

Straightforward – relaying information in a way that is direct and straight to the point

Precise – be very precise, describing objects and procedures in an exact manner

Easily understood –  avoid words that people may not understand 

Denotative meanings – relies on the denotative meanings of words to ensure that misunderstandings don’t occur due to differing interpretations based on connotation

Detailed – detailed and informative, leaving nothing to the imagination

Very structured – needs to have an obvious composition that makes it easy for readers to follow along in a step-by-step fashion

Skimmable -should be designed with skimmability in mind, so it’s easy for readers to scan through the full document and easily find information they need

Problem-solving focus – readers use these documents to learn how to perform certain tasks or gain technical information, so they should be easy to follow and organized in a way that’s easy to reference