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Sustainable Actions and Sustainable Behavior—There’s a Difference

One of the key focuses of all our engagements is creating sustainability of implemented changes and achieved operational improvements. In a typical engagement, the last third of the engagement’s overall schedule is dedicated to designing and installing tools and behavioral expectations to facilitate sustainable results within the client organization even after the engagement has concluded…. read more →

What You May Not Know About Your Multi-National Company

International companies are great in theory – the global reach of the brand name, the capacity to offer products within the same market with varying target demographics, and the economies of scale in procurement and distribution make it seem like there are only good things to say about international operations management. However, there exist realistic… read more →

How Supply Chain Management is Your Key to Competitive Advantage

The importance of the decisions made in supply chain management has an impact on various important business processes of any company. Read our latest insights to learn how supply chain management is your key to competitive advantage.  

Why I chose Trindent

Now is the time of the year when the recruitment process is picking up steam. Major consulting firms are screening hundreds of talented candidates to select the most qualified few to aid in their organizational growth. At the same time, prospective hirees are conducting extensive research on companies of their interest to ensure there is… read more →

Client Advocacy – Balancing What Your Firm Can Do With What The Client Needs

Want to do right by your client, but need to stay in business?  All truly great service companies want to offer all they can to make the client successful; after all, their success is your success.  So how much can you give your clients and still stay in business?  I say you can give it… read more →

Inadequate Data Systems Equal Opportunity

Albert Einstein once said “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted”. I agree with the first claim. Not all data is relevant or necessary and it takes a certain skill to filter out the noise and be able to identify what is required to complete your analysis. The… read more →

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