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                                  TTG Consultants
                                  TTG Consultants Human Resources Consultants Specializing in  Career Management and Corporate Change
                                  Organizational Effectiveness and Training

                                  We offer practical solutions to corporate problems caused by:

                                1. Fast Growth
                                2. Corporate Restructuring
                                3. Loss of Key People
                                4. Low Employee Morale
                                5. Major Transition
                                6. Departmental Conflict
                                7. Incompatible Management Style
                                8. Resistance to Change

                                9. Industry: Health Care

                                  Client:
                                  Municipal Hospital (60 Managers)

                                  Situation:
                                  Serious communication breakdown between levels of management; potential resignations; diminishing credibility of senior managers.

                                  Results:
                                  Open problem-solving dialogue and 13 month action plans between supervisors and hospital management, interdepartmental task force for move into new facilities; no resignations among managers.

                                10. Industry: Energy

                                  Client:
                                  Oil Refinery (140 managers and supervisors)

                                  Situation:
                                  Inadequate refinery productivity; little common management philosophy, language, or skills; excessive mechanical failures and interruptions in operations; union dominated work place atmosphere.

                                  Results:
                                  Production increased 75%; refinery mission statement; common management philosophy and language; routine 3-day supervisory workshops designed and conducted by middle management; stewardship and individual performance measured against common key result areas.

                                11. Industry: Technology

                                  Client:
                                  Software Development Company (75 professionals/managers)

                                  Situation:
                                  Software products 3-9 months behind schedule; mediocre product quality; breakdowns in accountability in product planning/development; absence of performance standards; morale problems among professional staffs.

                                  Results:
                                  Product planning and tracking advanced by 9 months; interdepartmental coordination teams; overall product manager position; redeployed leadership; frequent joint staff meetings; standards for product courseware and documentation.

                                12. Industry: Construction

                                  Client:
                                  Construction Management Team (30 members)

                                  Situation:
                                  $80 million expansion, relocation, and model change of major automotive facility; high profile project for construction organization of follow-on work; construction activity could not restrict flow of the plant operations; guaranteed maximum of product price; owner changed plans and sequence of construction activity; inadequate handling of change orders; contractor was ready to go to court.

                                  Results:
                                  Project completed on time; $3 million estimate under budget prepared by owner; no disruption of on-going operations; reduced construction manager resistance to changes by owner; clarified ambiguities in roles and responsibilities; contractor's fee went up; relationships improved between owner and contractor; mid-level counterparts were making joint decisions; owner established teambuilding as requirement for all future plant design/construction efforts.

                                13. Industry: Trade Association

                                  Client:
                                  International Professional Association (15 directors & staff)

                                  Situation:
                                  Ineffective communication and coordination between staff and Board of Directors; inadequate Board leadership on direction and goals of association; mediocre programs and publications; concern for competition and long-term growth.

                                  Results:
                                  Mission statement; 3 year growth plan; 13 month action plans to improve product quality, monitor competition, and increase membership; clarified roles of Directors and staff; greater trust and understanding.

                                14. Industry: Financial Services

                                  Client:
                                  Financial Services Organization

                                  Situation:
                                  $3 billion revenue firm; communication breakdown between Director and Officers about long-term growth; highly competitive business environment; no basis for compensation of Officers against plan.

                                  Results:
                                  Common language and measurable goals for next 3 years; mission statement; assessment of competitive strategies; exploit process for evaluation of corporate performance.

                                15. Industry: Energy

                                  Client:
                                  Oil Refinery (17 members of executive committee)

                                  Situation:
                                  Inadequate refinery performance in yields, safety, and shutdowns; little common management direction for the refinery; turf battles; ineffective management meetings; minimal succession and career planning; executives did not know each other as persons.

                                  Results:
                                  Increased performance in all areas; increased trust, morale, and collaboration among members; separate policy-making and operational meetings for executive team, refinery mission statement; 5-year goals and targets; redeployed leadership; comprehensive supervisor development program.

                                16. Industry: Public Utility

                                  Client:
                                  Public Affairs Organization within a Public Utility (45 members)

                                  Situation:
                                  New Executive Director; recent organizational audit; demoralized staff; ineffectual image with customers; lack of internal coordination of major projects; turf battles; civil service parameters; inadequate staffing and working conditions.

                                  Results:
                                  Mission statement; aggressive outreach program; dramatically improved image; redeployed leadership, reorganized major functions; staff morale improved; collaboration on major projects; cross-training; weekly management committee meetings; staffing level increased by 50%; total staff meetings every three weeks.

                                17. Industry: Manufacturing

                                  Client:
                                  Toy Company (60 senior managers)

                                  Situation:
                                  $3.3 billion revenue firm; highly competitive business environment; manufactures over 3000 SKUs per year; highly functional organization; slowing speed to market; mid-management design team empowered to recommend solutions.

                                  Results:
                                  Reorganized key functions into brand divisions with P&L responsibility; decentralized product development and review processes; increased speed and throughput; developed management teamwork at all levels; benchmarked company against 33 others; improved employee morale; pushed decision-making deep into business units.

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