Galbraith Management Consultants assists complex global organizations with complete reorganization, including implementation, to ensure successful transitions. They offer services worldwide to any industry type. Jay’s world-renowned experience in international organization design sets him apart from all other U.S.-based management consulting firms.

Client needs dictate the consulting methods used. For example, Jay and Sasha can work as "shadow" consultants to a senior manager, run an internal design team to come up with new organizational strategies, or lead offsite workshops with groups of managers.

Here are some examples of services offered to help organizations achieve excellence:

  • Consultation on global organizational design issues such as managing customer relationships across business units and locales, or solutions delivery
  • Guidance on developing a new organization to meet changing strategic business demands
  • Assistance in setting up and running reorganization teams
  • Educational seminars as part of an executive education program
  • Design of research and case studies to use as internal teaching tools
  • Diagnostic critique of proposed organization changes
  • Assistance in analyzing the strategic and organizational implications of a merger, acquisition, or entry into a new market
  • Help with managing a matrix organization such as developing roles and responsibilities (RACI or responsibility charts) and establishing core planning processes
  • Development of customer-centric organizations designed to deliver solutions locally or internationally
  • Research studies and consultation on gender issues.

Featured Book

  • Designing Matrix Organizations that Actually Work

    Designing Matrix Organizations that Actually Work

    Matrix doesn't fail, but managers often fail at implementing the matrix. Learn how successful companies have mastered the matrix.

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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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Contact Galbraith Management Consultants

303 S Broadway Suite 200-403
Denver, Colorado 80209

Telephone: +1.970.389.4107

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