As in-person banking was losing trafﬁc, a ﬁnancial services ﬁrm had to close some brick-and-mortar branches. Rather than lose strong talent with a good cultural ﬁt, the goal was to retain those impacted by branch closures in a different capacity.
A global ingredient solutions company was anticipating a substantial restructure and delayering that was both financially driven and based on organizational design change.
When a global real estate company (with many long-tenured individuals and cross-organizational relationships) needed a new career transition service provider, they searched for a firm with consistency and responsiveness.
A global hospitality company sought a provider with seamless national and global outplacement services and a premium on high-touch coaching, as well as a robust reporting platform delivering timely, accurate, detailed information.
A managed care organization was expanding quickly, which exceeded the firm’s capabilities and required expert restructuring strategies to implement separations.
An investment trust acquired a firm with drastically different operations and capabilities, and needed to quickly integrate the company into their organizational structure and culture.