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Strategy & Operations

Create the momentum to drive your business forward

How We Work

Our Approach

Today’s business landscape is highly complex, marked by dynamic strategic investments, disruptive technology, evolving regulations, and more. These elements create new challenges for organizations already tasked with maintaining their competitive advantage and growing their businesses.

As companies rush to craft multifaceted strategies in an attempt to position themselves as leaders within their industries, blind spots are quickly exposed. Oftentimes, new strategies fail to consider shifting priorities, diverging stakeholder agendas, organizational designs, business models, and changing IT infrastructures. These oversights lead to delays in strategy implementation, unfulfilled business potential, low employee engagement, and other organizational challenges.

Backed by nearly three decades’ worth of experience, we become an integral part of a client’s workforce. We collaborate with key stakeholders to meet them where they are, while combining industry best practices with our collective experience to take their business to new heights.

Working in tandem with C-suite and frontline employees alike, we execute on strategic blueprints and achieve organizational improvements that facilitate large-scale transformations and increase operational effectiveness. We welcome challenges as opportunities for innovation, empowering our clients to reduce operating costs, launch organizational redesigns, and improve their speed-to-market.

With an approach centered on agility and collaboration, we partner with clients from concept to completion, adapt to shifting priorities, and generate momentum toward their unique business objectives.

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CHANGE DRIVERS

1

67% of well-formulated strategies fail due to poor execution.

2

Only 20% of organizations review strategy execution monthly.

3

85% of leadership teams spend less than one hour per month discussing strategy.

Who We Are

Our People

Swecha Bhavana

Consultant

New York

Tom Cantwell

Consultant

Boston
Kevin Claxon

Kevin Claxon

Consultant

Cincinnati
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James Murphy

Consultant

Boston

Christina Rasch

Consultant

New York

Michael Shugarman

Consultant

Chicago