In today’s environment, many of our prospective clients have lost market share and financial sustainability in the Great Recession, and need to reimagine themselves to emerge successful. Still others are faced with intractable organizational issues or fragmented, inadequate technologies. Some lack leadership, innovation, resilience, and creativity. Others have launched many small-scale innovations but lack the capacity to focus on enterprise-wide innovation to create competitive advantage. Still others have experienced unsatisfying cycles of strategic planning that failed to change the enterprise, blocking its capacity to innovate, grow, and prosper. Many have invested in technology but have failed to leverage those technologies to change the way they do business.
These days, many clients are seeking to measure and improve performance and put some action into their analytics. They realize they need to change their organizational culture and behavior to do so.
Strategic Initiatives has a proven track record of helping our clients to solve all of these problems. We have served some clients over extended periods of five-to-seven years and more, developing their capacity to survive and thrive during periods of change and competition.
The Gilfus Education Group
Council on Foundations
Global Center for Food System Innovation
Prince William County, VA
Education Research Services
U.S. Chamber of Commerce