Create a Great Firm

with Concinnity on‐site consulting

There are times when even great managers want perspective, expertise or a partner on whom they can rely. With Concinnity on‐site consulting, we help you make the perfect game plan and operationalize it for you.

Why

Concinnity Consulting?

1. As Big Picture experts, we get to the source of issues quickly. No wasted time. No guessing.
 

2. Our experience leads to the best answers and strategies. No follies.
 

3. Our independence means we advocate for your business and not for politics.
 

4. When operations follow a well‐designed plan, you'll have
day to day ease and peace of mind.

5. Our ready resources spring‐load strategies into action. You’ll get quicker results.

6. No need to hire extra management. Your business will run lean.
 

7.We see things about your business that no one else sees. Working with Concinnity Services on‐site is as close to bullet‐proofing your business as you can get.

 

The Promise

  • You will see things about your business that you never before noticed
     

  • You will acquire new tools for problem-solving and decision-making
     

  • You will become intimate with the true drivers of your business
     

  • You will discover how not to be distracted by noise and folly that threaten meaningful work
     

  • You will distinguish strategies that move the needle from thin activities
     

  • You will have an action plan for greater success that is grounded in substance, relevant to your business and consistent with your vision
     

  • You will achieve the BIG GOALS of you action plan...without your having to give up your customary responsibilities.

Case Studies

First Case Study

One company wanted to increase its visibility. We created websites, blogs and events. Rather than having these activities be disembodied or one‐offs, we kept the principals creatively involved...

Second Case Study

A group of professionals banded together to start their own firm. Each was an expert in his or her own discipline. But, no one had business expertise nor the Big Picture. Moreover, no one wanted to stop what they were doing as professionals in order to learn management and business...

Third Case Study

One company had grown to a point where both customers and staff doubled. The result was turmoil. Important documents were lost. No one knew who was accountable for what. Consequently, customers’ jobs slipped through the cracks...

Fourth Case Study

One firm was at a crossroads regarding its ownership structure. The current owners were beset by a mindset more suitable for solo professionals or solopreneurs. Unfortunately, this not only had inhibited their growth but now threatened their existence...

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  • Our position is that everyone in the organization is valuable.
     

  • While we do believe in efficient operations, we are NOT here to slash and burn or stage a coup.
     

  • We establish the ground rules of “first do no harm” with ownership and management and start a process of sussing issues that hold back commitment. These are the first clues to what is not working in the organization as a system.
     

  • We present to the organization‐at‐large, emphasizing that we are about opportunity and improvement and not about upset.
     

  • We emphasize to both management and staff that we advocate for the system and truth and not any political agenda.
     

  • We promise anonymity for all in the process of gathering opinions.
     

  • We follow the path to the disconnects in the system as revealed in initial intakes.
     

  • While in the trenches, we listen to the upsets experienced from others’ viewpoints and follow those clues to further disconnects.

  • We examine data that substantiates opinions. In the absence of data, we set up the means to collect going forward.
     

  • With a fully vetted and substantiated analysis of what is broken, fraying or a future threat, we present back to management as a touchpoint.
     

  • We return to our laboratory to create action plans to address priorities.
     

  • We present action plans to management who decides the extent to which they get enacted.
     

  • We present the plans to the organization‐at‐large in the context of it being the answer to their needs and find “leaders” to help enact.
     

  • We put together an action plan with budgets, accountabilities and timelines.
     

  • We pull together the resources and supervise through to completion with regular reporting back to management.
     

  • You, as owner or manager, are involved every step of the way and decide the pace and timing.

What to Expect

  • Our position is that everyone in the organization is valuable.
     

  • While we do believe in efficient operations, we are NOT here to slash and burn or stage a coup.
     

  • We establish the ground rules of “first do no harm” with ownership and management and start a process of sussing issues that hold back commitment. These are the first clues to what is not working in the organization as a system.
     

  • We present to the organization‐at‐large, emphasizing that we are about opportunity and improvement and not about upset.
     

  • We emphasize to both management and staff that we advocate for the system and truth and not any political agenda.
     

  • We promise anonymity for all in the process of gathering opinions.
     

  • We follow the path to the disconnects in the system as revealed in initial intakes.
     

  • While in the trenches, we listen to the upsets experienced from others’ viewpoints and follow those clues to further disconnects.

  • We examine data that substantiates opinions. In the absence of data, we set up the means to collect going forward.
     

  • With a fully vetted and substantiated analysis of what is broken, fraying or a future threat, we present back to management as a touchpoint.
     

  • We return to our laboratory to create action plans to address priorities.
     

  • We present action plans to management who decides the extent to which they get enacted.
     

  • We present the plans to the organization‐at‐large in the context of it being the answer to their needs and find “leaders” to help enact.
     

  • We put together an action plan with budgets, accountabilities and timelines.
     

  • We pull together the resources and supervise through to completion with regular reporting back to management.
     

  • You, as owner or manager, are involved every step of the way and decide the pace and timing.