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So, You Think You Run A Tight Ship?

Lessons Learned From Being On Both Sides Of The Table By Arthur Buduryan During a particularly memorable session with Jack Welch during my MBA days, someone from the audience asked his opinion on the consulting industry.  His muttered answer was brief: “Get a real job”.   As my consulting career began, that episode lived in… read more →




Management Concepts For The New Normal

By Trindent Consulting Staff The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented test for the business world.  Very few organizations had contingency plans for situations like this, and most had to scramble to adjust to an entirely new way of running operations, often on just a few days’ notice.   New realities like having all staff work… read more →




Working at Trindent: A Year in Review – 20/30/40

By Andrew Lauzon It is at the one-year mark of my career launch with Trindent that I write this article intended to share how the year has brought extensive learning, personal growth, and an abundance of opportunity. Giving context to the magnitude of learning, growth, and opportunity experienced over the past year; I have spent… read more →




Minimizing Refinery Giveaway Through Butane Management

By Dom Alvarez Butane is one of the most important components in gasoline blending and arguably one that could provide the most economic benefit to the bottom line of more and more skinny refinery margins. Butane has a high octane and high RVP which makes it the ideal component to improve the quality of gasoline… read more →




The Building Blocks of A Robust Implementation Plan

By Palak Puri The essence of developing a robust implementation plan lies in working hand in glove with the client at every stage. An implementation plan is a well-charted out agenda of achieving the client’s objectives by breaking down the overall engagement into bite-sized pieces, with each component having an owner and a firmly tracked… read more →




The Pyramid Principle: Lessons in Effective Writing

By Meng Zhang How many times have you read a piece and thought to yourself, what did I just read? I know I do that on the daily and I cannot stop but wonder, do my readers feel that way about my writing? During a discussion about effective communication, a mentor of mine led me… read more →




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