Most of the time when we are called in to work with firms, it is to help them plan for or implement significant change. The dialogue may start out with a general firm retreat, or it might simply be a session devoted to solving a few specific problems.
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Visionary firms are always looking to make changes long before their operating environment forces them to, from enhancing their ability to compete, making changes to improve profitability, building infrastructure to support succession, upgrading their people development, modifying the compensation process, increasing revenues and more.
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