Business Continuity


"Progress is impossible without change.

And those who cannot change their mind cannot change anything"


George Bernard Shaw


Staying relevant is the vicious cycle in which most organizations and decision makers find themselves. In order to stay relevant, change every now and then is required. But how to do that without risking continuity of your organization?


Arthur Strategies & Systems has decades of experience in assisting organizations with staying ahead of their game without throwing the baby out with the bathwater.


Here’s how.





How can your organization continuously grow without losing overview of (internal) processes, structures and governance?

How can it avoid the commonly known and seemingly unavoidable inefficiencies and risks resulting therefrom which infiltrate organizations the moment the get to a certain size?


Develop your organization as a lean and transparent organization from the inside out and ensure business continuity in a sustainable manner.



A tailor-made framework to streamline the different processes and workflows within your organization will help you to tackle those issues and make and keep your organization lean and ready for the future.


Envisioned outcome

With the help of strategies that have been developed and finetuned throughout our years of experience, our team has helped various organizations, including a large global financial institution to:


  • Structure internal processes and make them more transparent;
  • Create an automated centralized platform to provide access to relevant documentation, policies and workflows in a centralized and compliant manner;
  • Enhance collaboration and communication within the organization’s teams and departments to prevent conflicts;
  • Identify and mitigate internal and external risks that impact seamless functioning.



 “We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost”

 Stephen Elop, Nokia CEO



You know what Nokia and Kodak have in common? They both prove that, no matter how huge your organization is, it still can be victimized by innovation.


So, is your organization prepared for any business disruption through innovation or new relevant legislation? Are your long-term strategies really ‘long term’?


Future proof your organization in a dynamic way to facilitate continuous adoption of innovation and new principles, rules and regulations.



In today’s dynamic environment, it is important for your organization to continuously evaluate performance and bring it in line with the (ever changing) demands of society and the latest innovations while also preparing for (related) potential risks.


Envisioned outcome

By cleverly and efficiently reusing existing proven concepts in combination with our agile methodologies, assessments, gap analyses and roadmaps (elsewhere explained on this website), our team adds relevance to your organization enabling it to deal with the aforementioned challenges by turning them into unique selling points.



 "The real enemy of safety is not non-compliance but non-thinking"

Rob Long



Compliance is – and always will be – an important manner to obtain and preserve the trust of your stakeholders. Especially in today’s world where everything is automated and connected.


Engage innovative automated agile processes in your organization to reach a sustainable level of compliance.



Through our gap analyses and SOTA strategies we can help your organization reaching this level of compliance, thereby becoming a resilient and trustworthy partner to all parties of its choice.


Envisioned outcome

For instance, our team of experts has assisted a global healthcare company in achieving next generation compliance and enabled the organization to:

  • Ensure the implementation of processes, structures and strategies, enabling compliance with all applicable (internal) policies, principles, regulations and standards;
  • Therewith create transparency and agility;
  • Be self-reliant, continuously monitor progress and make necessary adjustments based on modifications to internal structures, objectives or amendments to existing guidelines and regulations.