Management Consultancy Derby

S M Management Consultancy (SMMC) is an independent Logistics and Management Consultancy based in Derby (UK), engaged by global clients to solve problems, manage projects, lead and drive change. These are the core strengths of the business, taking responsibility to deliver business improvement, whilst working closely with all stakeholders and communicating progress.


Areas of Expertise:

  • Project Management and Delivery
  • Leading and Driving Improvements
  • Development and Implementation of Operational Procedures
  • Delivery Quality
  • Bid Proposals and Presentation documentation
  • Develop Relationships
  • Employee Engagement
  • International Communications
  • Problem Solving
  • Change Management
  • Budgeting and cash flow management
  • Transport design

In addition to work in the UK, recent international assignments have been undertaken on projects in the USA, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Kuwait.


Sarah Monk, MCSD - Owner and Senior Consultant

Experienced consultant with over ten years’ experience in the Logistics and Transport industry both in the UK and Internationally. Degree educated and a member of the Chartered Society of Designers.

Experience includes:

  • Head of Delivery for Portia - International port logistics
  • Acting Managing Director for KCUS - USA transport consultancy
  • Project Manager for Dreams PLC - Home furnishing retailer and distributor
  • UK Development Manager for Partner Logistics - European frozen food storage
  • Project Manager for Meller - Construction management consultancy
  • Industrial Designer and Project Manager - Atkins Rail, Transport consultancy

Mark Johnson - PA and Assistant Consultant

Degree educated professional with over twenty years’ experience in commercial businesses in the retail, textile and financial service sectors.


Telephone:

  • +44 7713 056061
  • +44 1246 825815

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