There is no shortage of consultant jokes. Despite all the jokes, management consulting is serious business.
In accepting the 1983 International Pritzker Architecture Prize, renowned architect I. M. Pei said, “it was reassuring to observe that quite a number of our projects actually led to finished buildings.” Pei went on to describe the practice of architecture as a collective enterprise, with many individuals of various disciplines and talents working closely together, to achieve a harmony of spirit in the service of man.
A small, boutique consulting firm like ours hardly compares in size to the heavyweights. What we lack in size, however, we make up in passion for making our clients successful. We believe that we are successful when and only when we have helped our clients become successful. Personalized attention, immediate responsiveness, and client-centered approach are our hallmarks in the service of our clients. We don’t just dispense advice from the mountaintop. We actually stick around to make sure that our recommendations are implemented. Just like Pei likes to see finished buildings, we like to see that our clients have derived the promised value.
We make the complex simple and make the simple work!