Business issue consulting from strategy through planning to implementation. I'm a veteran of Booz & Co, the gold standard of global management consulting firms. And I retired as a successful Fortune 500 company executive. Today I focus on small firms and startups because the opportunity for impact is greater and the job satisfaction enormously better.
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We also do business writing and German-English/Spanish-English translation of business-related documents.
Jan 17, 2014|Management Consulting|$150|Completed
Dec 27, 2013|Other - Finance & Mgmt|$100|Completed
Oct 21, 2013|Management Consulting|$45|Working
Sep 24, 2013|HR Policies & Plans|$75|Completed
Results Associates LLC is an issue-based management consultancy. We deal in business issues. Expertise-based consultants deal in functional or industry expertise. If you know you need a warehouse and where it is to be built, how large it will be, how it will be designed, you just need someone to organize the shelving, that isn't us. If you want to know the best way to store your inventory - or even if you should be the one storing it - that's an issue and we'll address it.
If you already have a perfect plan and just need someone to execute individual tasks, please contact someone else. If you want to know what your real issues are and how to address them - and get help executing - that's us.
Will vary by engagement, and rarely turns out to be precisely what the client initially posted. Recent examples:
- Client asked for help in opening a grocery store. After educating the client on the large capital requirements and low margins in the industry, and questioning the client about what he actually wanted to accomplish by opening the grocery store, discovered he was well suited to opening a senior housing complex for which there was a real demand in his area.
- Client asked for help in pricing his software for licensing. Five minutes into a discussion of his business model he realized that licensing the software was not in his interest. An hour later he realized that his genuine issue was turning a lucrative "hobby" providing a few hundred thousand a year net into a...
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