Fearless Revival acts in a different manner. We seek to help you reverse undesirable and often hidden trends that prevent you from receiving the value you need from your global professional services relationships.
What is effective strategy consulting all about? Challenging your assumptions about your current and future target state so that more effective future outcomes take place. Otherwise, you are overpaying for an outsourced worker performing a commodity task. Why would anyone continue to do that? Better yet, why would anyone decide to do that in the first place? We start an overdue reversal process to return to an era of useful, actionable advice to senior executives. Fearless Revival focuses on the fundamentals in a timeless fashion.
We act as industry pioneers who use unique and divergent activities. Large legacy business strategy consulting firms cannot do this due to their leveraged global staff model. This leads to a focus on mundane reporting and overpriced tactical activities. In an era of leveraged junior staff doing specialized tasks disconnected from reality, we create a positive small boutique alternative. This is most appropriate for senior management seeking advice on determining the changes that need to be led and a true systems thinking perspective.
Are you willing to take the first steps to explore switching business strategy consulting firms? How can you afford not to? We are sorry that you live in a time of rapid and non-linear change. Your situation could actually be much different than it appears. Your current global business strategy consulting firm providers are likely not meeting your needs in the ways that they used to. Worse, they are often enriching consulting firm stakeholders using excessive leverage which does not serve you well.
Suggested reading, if you aren’t yet convinced that your future success depends on replacing large, leveraged business strategy consulting firms:
Managing the Professional Service Firm by David H. Maister, 1993, Free Press
Dangerous Company: Management Consultants and the Businesses They Save and Ruin by James O’Shea and Charles Madigan, 1998, Penguin Books
Consulting Demons: Inside the Unscrupulous World of Global Corporate Consulting by Lewis Pinault, 2000, Harper Business
Theories of Corporate Governance by Thomas Clarke, 2004, Routledge
House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Then Tell You the Time by Martin Kihn, 2005, Business Plus
The Management Myth: Debunking Modern Business Philosophy by Matthew Stewart, 2010, W.W. Norton and Company