Case Study 2:
There are often times whereby our clients have everything they need to succeed, they just require the resources and support to make a strategic jump. We worked on this project for several months and the end result was truly spectacular. By ensuring consistent and transparent communication, our client was able to progress by leaps and bounds. We managed seven shop floor projects, ranging from installation of a new candle room, improving the customer store experience, increasing passing footfall, to an almost complete revamp of the Ground Floor. Our involvement was across the board, from concept and design to execution and installation, with a particular emphasis on operational best practice, innovative design, and challenging any traditional thinking. All projects were completed within the agreed tight budget and time constraints largely by instilling an atmosphere of teamwork and a sense of collaboration across all departments. Team members described our involvement as a ‘positive disruptive influence’ and a ‘breath of fresh air’. Collectively the projects increased sales by 20% and have set the standard for all future shop floor initiatives.
Case Study 3:
We studied our client's business to create a focused and effective solution and then watched it grow. We worked with the Executive Management Team to deliver on the ambition of moving this delightful brand from a British High Street Retailer to an Aspiration Global Brand. We embedded an elite team of International Sales Executives, delivering +30% like for like sales growth, whilst bringing a culture of diversity and recognition of top talent. This created an environment where top talent stayed in the business, securing Future Leaders. We also grew a portfolio of quality B2B customers which will help to secure future growth. We loved working with this client and look forward to collaborating on many more successful projects in the future.
Case Study 4:
This case study is an example of how Maytrix Group worked alongside a large national infrastructure client, to develop a bespoke and reliable procurement supplier selection process. This process was based around the ability to collaborate and align to values owned by the representative.
Traditionally, supplier procurement is based heavily on rates and value for money. Previous joint venture projects have taken this approach but did not consider the impact each of the chosen suppliers would have to work together as a team to achieve project objectives.
Our client wanted to take a ground-breaking approach to supplier procurement, by introducing a behavioural study element into the selection process. Maytrix were asked to design a behavioural study that combined existing psychometric methods alongside a behavioural assessment centre. Representatives from potential suppliers were presented with a selection of uniquely designed assessment activities that tested their collaborative strength and cultural profile.
The objective was to identify the suppliers that could demonstrate that they were best aligned to the values of the client, whilst exploring how they might work together to achieve success throughout the entirety of the joint venture project.
Maytrix was able to offer a complete end to end service that planned, designed, facilitated and administered the behavioural study. The results were evaluated in real time and presented back to the client in their agreed format. Each supplier was assessed based upon the same assessment criteria and standards agreed with the client ahead of the study allowing Maytix to produce a reliable data set to support the client’s selection process.
Maytrix will be available to provide ongoing support, ensuring chosen suppliers maintain a collaborative approach and remain culturally aligned throughout the project. This example showcases Maytrix Group’s commitment to delivering an outstanding service, that keeps the client’s objectives central to the design and delivery of the project.