The Four Eyes Principle is an internal control that requires that any deliverable is controlled (reviewed, cross-checked) by a second advisor, usually the Engagement Auditor or the Relationship Manager, before we release it to our client. The second pair of eyes provides an element of security. The Engagement Auditor looks at the complete collateral with fresh eyes, spots things the Engagement Leader may have missed, and picks up on structural, stylistic and language issues.
In our advisory work, we leverage the Kanban technique based on Toyota’s approach to manufacturing and engineering. By visualizing the scope of work, limiting your work in process, focusing on the flow, and practicing continuous improvement, we make the collaboration process extremely transparent, while simultaneously giving you at-a-glance visibility of the status of your work in progress, and optimize the engagement effectiveness.