Your hands-on partner for developing and implementing strategies for improved performance, growth, and profitability.
Stanford Management Consulting focuses on business and operational strategy in each of the business life stages. As your business grows and develops, so do your goals, objectives, priorities and strategies for future growth.
Not all businesses will proceed through each stage, some will sail right through while others lag, or some may skip stages through rapid growth or failure. At minimum most will follow a path that looks very similar to the text book definition of the business life cycle. As a management consultant, our programs and services were developed to meet the needs of our small business clients in each stage of their business.
The most successful business owners will recognize each stage and at minimum take the planned steps for growth and / or expansion. Our management consulting services focus on our clients’ most critical issues, challenges, and opportunities: strategy, marketing, organization, operations, and advanced analytics across all industries. No matter how complex your business questions, we have the capabilities and experience to deliver the answers you need to move forward.
“It is so refreshing to have a professional standing in front of me telling me things “I don’t want to hear.” However, if we intend to continue to move our company in a forward direction, we better listen to you. We appreciate that you were able to put things in laymen’s terms and get right to the point.”
We’re prepared to help you overcome challenges that make it hard for you to grow your business. We provide the level of support you need at the times you need it most. If you don’t know what your problems are, we can identify them. If you know what your problems are but don’t know how to solve them, we can train you. If you know how to solve your problems but can’t spare the resources, we can support you.
Our approach is designed to assist you with your toughest challenges so you can grow your business.
- Assess your organizational strengths and opportunities for improvement
- Identify profit leaks and problems
- Identify and prioritize solutions
- Design improvement projects
- Provide project management support and deliver training