The type of strategic initiatives we excel at are major organizational changes which┬áresult in dramatic performance improvement – we have demonstrated $38.5 million┬áin cost savings for clients in their first year of working with us.

Of all the relationships that executives enter into with outsiders, perhaps none is so tainted by misunderstandings as the engagement of management consultants. To executives, consultants may seem concerned mainly with prolonging their assignments and unable to appreciate the practicalities of managerial issues. Conversely, consultants may see their clients as short sighted and lacking the backbone necessary to make important decisions. How can such sterotypes be done away with?

Arthur Turner

Harvard Business Review, 1982

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