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Strategy Consulting

Strategy consulting is all about boosting sales and growing revenue.  We help you shape and position your products and services in a way that increases sales appeals to and wins new clients.

Due Diligence

Working on either the buy or the sell side, our due-diligence process meets risk with cost effectiveness to give you and accurate, yet concise picture of your upside and downside.

Process Improvement

We help companies innovate and improve upon their processes, with and without technology.  “You cannot improve what you cannot measure” data drives our analysis and recommendations.

Operating Assessments

Short-term, high impact engagements assess where you, your team and your business truly are.  Bench-marking your company against competitors and across industries to point out where you’re winning and losing.

Location Strategy

The buzziest of buzz-terms refined:  Are you building your business in the right place?  We can help you decide, move or reposition, and capitalize on new opportunities.

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thoughts & news

  • Results over methodology

    “No battle plan survives first contact with the enemy.” – Helmuth von Moltke In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable. – Dwight D. Eisenhower I’ve been reading Chernow’s latest epic biography, “Grant,” it’s fantastic, and it has me drawing comparisons between business and military strategy. Grant

    May 8, 2018
  • Evolution in Business

    I tend to think of evolution as an analogy to business. How many times have you heard that it’s survival of the fittest, dog-eat-dog, or how brutal economics can be. Most of that is true, except for the dogs – I’ve never heard of a cannibalistic dog – but none the less it can be

    April 11, 2018
  • Radical Diligence

    A key challenge of any potential acquirer is understanding the business; it’s people and processes from the outside. It’s one thing to understand that a company has a good product and a good market or that – according to its financial statements – it has good margins. It is entirely another to understand how it

    April 2, 2018
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