OVER 25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND RESULTS IN ADVISING ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR LEADERS
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Reports of Our Work

How do we find a consultant who really knows his stuff and who can efficiently and effectively help us lead and manage change?

REPORTS IN THE NEWS

Reports of Mitch's work have been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, The Economist, Time Magazine, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, Bloomber Business Week, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Fast Company, and Sports Illustrated. He has appeared on the PBS News Hour, NBC Nightly News, CNN, CNBC, and several other television programs.

REPORTS FROM CLIENTS

"I know of no other consultant who backs up sound advice for managing mergers with colorful examples of how the work of putting companies together really gets done. Mitch covers both the hard business decisions of determining integration strategies and the delicate human and cultural dynamics which affect the implementation of every deal."
— Entertainment CEO

"I am totally impressed with how our senior executives listen when Mitch talks. We have a lot of consultants wandering around here, but Mitch is the one who seems to get our people's attention."
— Head of HR for Pharmaceutical Company

"Mitch was the highlight of our annual three-day executive retreat. All the buzz at the dinner table centered the concepts Mitch presented about managing organizational change"
— Health Care Administrator

"An outstanding presentation that really helped me understand what we need to do to make our merger work. Mitch is very knowledgeable regarding mergers and acquisitions and his case examples really illustrated the points he made."
— Oil Company executive

"Having been on both sides of an acquisition before, I can tell you that Mitch knows his stuff. He really gets you to focus on the real issues, that ones that matter most in making a combination work."
— Energy Company Executive

"Mitch is a great consultant to work with. He knows his stuff-no one has his wealth of practical experience plus his awareness of concepts and models of organizational change. But, he is not a stuffy academic—he communicates well with our people. And, he is not trying to sell other services like other consultants."
— High Tech CEO

"Mitch gets down to the real issues that inhibit teamwork. He doesn't play games. He has a style that is direct, but not too intense. It's amazing how he raised up some issues that have been plaguing us for some time."
— Health Care Executive