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Our Philosophy

Jay and Sasha’s consulting style is low-key and professional.  They listen to their clients thoroughly to assess their needs before proposing any solutions.  They view each situation from a variety of perspectives and propose creative, logical solutions.  Rather than relying on a “one size fits all” approach, they focus on each individual firm’s specific needs.

Galbraith Management Consultants firmly believes every organization should only be as complex as it needs to be – never more so.  They want each company to achieve the highest efficiency possible with minimal downside.

Our Background

Jay is a former business school professor who served on the faculty of the Sloan School of Management at MIT (Massachusetts Technical Institute) and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.  He is an Affiliated Research Scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations at the University of Southern California and Professor Emeritus at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Jay’s extensive knowledge stems from a background in information processing systems, chemical engineering, and organizational behavior.  The original creator of the Star Model and the Front-Back organization structure, he is also the author of dozens of published research papers and books.  Jay frequently travels the globe to share his expertise with clients in every major industry.

Sasha Galbraith is a former senior executive in the real estate investment advisory industry.  As a partner in Galbraith Management Consultants, Ltd., Sasha focuses on executive women and their progression in corporate hierarchy.  She provides consulting services to large multi-national organizations regarding women in management and diversity issues.

What People Are Saying

  • “A unique organization structure creates advantage. The key advantage of our structure is that the MDOs [Market Development Organizations] can focus 100% of their resources on local customers and customers without duplicating product innovation, product sourcing, brand advertising or other activities that are now led by the Global Business Units. We have eliminated inefficient overlaps and, as a result, freed up resources to collaborate better with customers and focus exclusively on winning in local markets.”

    — A.G. Lafley, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO, Procter & Gamble. 2004 annual report, pp7-8.

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303 S Broadway Suite 200-403
Denver, Colorado 80209

Telephone: +1.970.389.4107

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