How do you know if your organisation is truly prepared for AI adoption? 

There are points of potential across your organisation - discover where AI can make the biggest impact with AI strategy consulting.

AI can radically improve productivity, enhance customer service and extend operational hours. As part of our AI consultancy services, the AI Readiness Assessment analyses the different use cases in your organisation and develops a business case and plan. Our objective is to identify how productivity can be increased by 20%.

We engage in workshops, interviews, data gathering, and scoping activities to discover opportunities for AI adoption in your organisation.

During these sessions, we delve into various key areas to ensure a thorough understanding of your organisation's AI needs and objectives. This includes examining your current AI capabilities, identifying potential use cases, assessing data availability and quality, understanding stakeholder requirements, and defining project scopes and timelines. By leveraging our AI strategy consulting services, we ensure that your organisation is well-positioned to utilise AI to the fullest extent.

1. Define Objectives and Scope

Firstly, it's essential to clearly articulate the goals of AI adoption within your organisation by defining the desired outcomes and objectives that AI implementation aims to achieve. This involves aligning AI initiatives with overarching business goals, such as improving operational efficiency, enhancing customer experiences, or driving innovation. By establishing clear and measurable goals, organisations can ensure that their AI efforts are focused and strategic, leading to tangible business benefits from AI strategy consulting.

Secondly, identify the specific areas or processes where AI will be applied by conducting a comprehensive assessment of your organisation's operations and identifying opportunities for AI integration. This involves evaluating various functions, such as customer service, supply chain management, or marketing, to determine where AI technologies can add the most value. By pinpointing specific use cases and applications for AI, organisations can prioritise their efforts and allocate resources effectively, maximising the impact of AI adoption across the business.

2. Assess Data Readiness

To assess an organisation's data readiness, we first evaluate the quality, quantity, and accessibility of your data to understand the foundation upon which your AI initiatives will be built. This involves assessing factors such as data accuracy, completeness, and consistency, as well as considering data security and privacy measures.

Secondly, we ensure that data is clean, relevant, and well-structured by implementing data cleansing and preprocessing techniques to remove errors, inconsistencies, and duplicates. This step is crucial for ensuring that the data used for AI applications is of high quality and suitable for analysis.

Thirdly, we identify any gaps or limitations in your data sources by examining areas where data may be incomplete, outdated, or unavailable. This includes assessing the coverage and granularity of data across different sources and identifying potential sources of bias or inaccuracies. By addressing these gaps and limitations, organisations can enhance the reliability and effectiveness of their AI initiatives.

3. Evaluate Infrastructure

Review your existing IT infrastructure to ascertain its readiness to support AI deployment, considering factors such as computing power, storage capacity, and network capabilities. This involves evaluating the scalability, performance, and compatibility of your infrastructure with AI workloads, ensuring that it can handle the computational demands and data processing requirements of AI applications effectively.

Additionally, assess whether cloud-based solutions or on-premises infrastructure are more suitable for your AI deployment needs, considering factors such as cost, flexibility, and security. By carefully evaluating your IT infrastructure and considering these factors, you can ensure that you have the necessary resources and environment in place to support successful AI implementation and deployment.

4. Assess Staff Skills and Training Needs

Evaluate the technical expertise of your workforce to determine their readiness for AI implementation, considering factors such as programming languages, machine learning algorithms, and data analytics skills. This involves assessing the proficiency levels of employees in relevant areas and identifying any gaps in AI-related skills and knowledge.

Once identified, plan for training or hiring initiatives to bridge these gaps and equip your workforce with the necessary competencies to support AI initiatives effectively. This is part of our AI consulting services and may involve providing training programs, workshops, or certifications to upskill existing employees or recruiting new talent with expertise in AI and related technologies. By investing in training and development, organisations can ensure that their workforce is adequately prepared to leverage AI technologies and drive innovation and growth.

5. Evaluate Strategic Alignment

As a crucial part of every AI consultancy project, we ensure that AI initiatives align with your overall business strategy by carefully assessing how AI can contribute to your organisation's objectives and goals. This involves understanding the specific challenges or opportunities that AI can address and identifying areas where AI can create value and drive innovation.

Consider how AI fits into your long-term vision and competitive advantage by evaluating its potential impact on your organisation's future growth and success. This includes assessing how AI can enhance your competitive positioning, improve operational efficiency, and enable new business opportunities.

To ensure alignment and buy-in across the organisation, involve key stakeholders in decision-making. Engage with business leaders, department heads, and other relevant stakeholders to gather input, address concerns, and secure support for AI initiatives. By fostering collaboration and communication, organisations can maximise the success of their AI projects and drive positive outcomes for the business.

6. Assess Cultural Fit and Change Management

To successfully integrate AI initiatives within your organisation, it's crucial to understand the organisational culture and its readiness for change. This involves assessing existing attitudes, beliefs, and practices towards innovation and technology adoption, as well as identifying potential barriers to change. Address any resistance to AI adoption by proactively engaging with employees, addressing concerns, and fostering a culture of openness and collaboration. Develop a change management plan to facilitate smooth integration, outlining clear objectives, communication strategies, and training programs to support employees through the transition. By taking these steps in an AI strategy consulting project, organisations can overcome resistance to change and ensure that AI initiatives are embraced and effectively integrated into the organisational culture, driving long-term success and innovation.

7. Risk Assessment and Mitigation

Identifying potential risks associated with AI implementation is essential for ensuring a successful deployment. This involves conducting a thorough risk assessment to identify potential challenges, such as data privacy concerns, algorithmic bias, or security vulnerabilities.

Consideration must also be given to ethical, legal, and security implications, including compliance with regulations such as GDPR and ensuring the ethical use of AI technologies. To address these risks, develop strategies to mitigate them, such as implementing robust data governance practices, conducting regular security audits, and providing ongoing training to employees on AI ethics and best practices.

By proactively addressing potential risks and implementing appropriate safeguards, organisations can minimise the likelihood of disruptions and ensure the responsible and effective use of AI technologies.

You will gain:


A list of quick wins with the fastest business return.


A business case.


An analysis of the cross business strategy as detailed in the process.


An AI Readiness Index score.

The AI Readiness Index

Our comprehensive AI Readiness Index helps you gauge your organisation’s preparedness across these key areas. By assessing data readiness, infrastructure, staff skills, strategic alignment, and cultural fit, our AI consultancy experts ensure you’ll gain valuable insights into your current state of AI integration.
AI Consultancy

"We are at a tipping point in AI - those that adopt AI will grow strongly, those who don't will fail.  The challenge is equal for the largest organisations to the smallest.  From our experience, we know that a 20% productivity improvement is very deliverable."

Craig Robinson

CEO, StableLogic

What will you gain from our team?

Industry experience.

Our team of AI specialists brings years of experience in AI strategy and implementation.

Tailored suggestions.

Receive customised recommendations based on your unique organisational context.

Risk mitigation.

Identify risks and gaps in your strategy before launching or accelerating AI initiatives.

Strategic advantage.

Position your organisation at the forefront of innovation by becoming ready to adopt AI in key areas.

Connect with the StableLogic AI Strategy Consulting team.



Sajid Rasool
Sajid Rasool

Data Analyst

Joel Barnett
Joel Barnett


Oscar Zhang
Oscar Zhang

Product Manager

⸻  FAQs 

What is an AI Readiness Assessment?

An AI Readiness Assessment is a thorough evaluation process aimed at determining an organisation's readiness to adopt and implement artificial intelligence (AI) technologies effectively, offered by StableLogic's AI Consultancy. This assessment entails examining various facets of the organisation, including its technological infrastructure, data capabilities, talent and skills, organisational culture, and strategic objectives.

By conducting an AI Readiness Assessment, organisations can gain valuable insights into their current AI capabilities, identify any gaps and challenges that may hinder AI adoption, and develop a roadmap for successful AI implementation. This process enables organisations to make informed decisions about leveraging AI technologies to drive innovation, enhance efficiency, and achieve their business objectives.