What We Do: Simplify Decisions for Managing Change
Change management in business helps owners rethink company strategy and acquire more flexibility, cash efficiency, and company value protection.
We help business leaders rethink their company strategy and manage organizational changes. These factors help leaders acquire more flexibility, cash efficiency, and company value protection.
What we do:
• Bring outside perspective, best practices insights, and powerful strategies to decision makers.
• Work directly with the leaders of closely-held businesses.
• Help our clients determine how to compete in new markets efficiently and decisively.
• Implement powerful financial strategies that motivate your most important assets — your people.
• Help business leaders rethink company strategy to grow revenue, cut costs, and increase capability and success.
In other words, we provide change management in business. Our global network of Senior Advisers guide people to manage organizational changes and lead their companies effectively in today’s globalizing, internet-driven world. A constantly changing world calls for these skills.
Quotes That Count
“The servant-leader is servant first… It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead. A servant-leader focuses primarily on the growth and well-being of people and the communities to which they belong. While traditional leadership generally involves the accumulation and exercise of power by one at the “top of the pyramid,” servant leadership is different.”
Our Expert’s Blog
Unintended Consequences… Without Your Transition Planning
Stephen Manicek sat quietly and stared out the window of his car as it sat parked in the parking lot of Manicek Microtek. Until a few minutes ago, he had been president of Manicek Microtek, one of the country’s largest telecommunications parts distributors. Now he was out of a job and felt he was a victim. Naturally, his first thought was to sue those responsible for his misfortune. The targets of his wrath were his younger sister and his mother. They had forced him out of the business. What should he do next? What could he do next?