Representative Client List (By Industry)


  • AARP
  • American Bankers Association
  • American Chemical Society
  • American Petroleum Institute
  • American Public Health Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
  • Consumer Electronics Association
  • Council for the Advancement of Secondary Education (CASE)
  • Personal Communication Industry Association


Government Agencies

  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • Library of Congress – Congressional Research Service
  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • United States Department of State
  • United States Department of Environmental Protection


Chemical Companies

  • Albemarle Specialty Chemical Company
  • DuPont Company


Consulting Firms

  • Acumen Solutions
  • American Management Systems (now CGI)
  • A T & T Solutions
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Electronic Data Systems
  • EMMES Corporation
  • Ernst & Young, LLP
  • Gemini Consulting
  • Lamalie Amrop International
  • McKinsey & Company
  • Pearson Government Solutions (bought by another company)
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers IBM
  • Scitor Corporation


Financial Services

  • Capital One
  • Chase Cardmember Services
  • Fannie Mae
  • Freddie Mac
  • International Finance Corporation
  • Salomon Brothers
  • The World Bank


High-Tech Companies

  • AlliedSignal
  • Compaq Computer Company
  • Conair Systems Group
  • Ford Motor Company – Electronics Division
  • Hewlett Packard Company
  • 3M Automotive Systems Group
  • Sharp Electronics
  • Xerox Corporation


Telecommunication Companies

  • A T & T – Federal Systems Division
  • Cable & Wireless International
  • LCC, Inc.
  • MCI International
  • Nextel Communication
  • Pacific Telesis


Utility Companies

  • Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Washington Gas



  • Avalon Bay Communities
  • Boston Scientific
  • Harbor Group
  • Human Genome Sciences


Strategic thinking and idea sharing

Case in Point: Encouraging strategic thinking and open idea sharing

An executive team hired us to improve the effectiveness of their monthly meetings.  We observed that the team spent the majority of their time on tactical issues.  They realized that this behavior was limiting their ability to grow the organization.  With our coaching, the executive team changed from being mostly tactical to thinking strategically. Another observation revealed that if the CEO presented an idea, the other executives never presented alternative theories or questioned the idea.  As a result, the CEO wasn’t benefiting from the expertise of his team.  By suggesting different ways to surface ideas, gain feedback, and address problems and issues that engaged the entire team, we were able to broaden the team’s thinking and increase their ability to present options.  This resulted in a vision that allowed the organization to grow and sell the company in two year’s time.