How can you make good decisions if you aren't asking the right questions? To effectively solve problems, it is imperative that teams share a common approach and methodology. Without this key element in place, the ramifications can be disastrous. Think of Enron — once valued at $90 billion — and Arthur Andersen, one of the Big 5 accounting firms before it collapsed.

Deep within your business are critical factors impeding profitable growth; distinguishing symptoms from root causes can be exhausting and comes with risk. Peter Drucker described this situation aptly, saying “The right solution to the wrong problem can be more dangerous than the wrong solution to the right problem." We simplify the complex issues in play and facilitate change, using innovation techniques and breakthrough thinking to help you make change stick.

Magic Wand

  • Stretch your boundaries — what would you change about people, customers, products and services?
  • What would you change about yourself?
  • Separate core problems from symptoms, address key issues

Ad Hoc Meetings

  • Address potentially disruptive issues as they arise
  • Strategically solve problems while staying on track to achieve your goals
  • Develop a common approach to solving problems and avoid confusion


  • Balance of in person, video conferencing and online tailored to your learning style and schedule
  • One-page plan and accountability
  • Online learning and development platform to capture strategies and actions to keep you on track
  • Online courses, tools and networking

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