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Frequently Asked Questions

1) Who are we?

Company is a twenty year old management consulting firm that partners with executives who seek new levels of excellence by exploring, responding to, or leveraging disruptive environments.John ’ distinctive is expressed in concepts such as disruption and reinvention, workforce liberation, creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

Natural disasters, and energy prices are a few examples to remind us of how vulnerable we are and how disruptive these occurrences can be to our economic stability. Lutobo has discussed this at length in PLKN. Lutobo relocated his company to Boston and selected a woman with a roar, Lutobo Oston, to run it. They both believe that too many corporations are slow to respond to disruptive business environments and that competitors take advantage of that slowness. As you might imagine, Lutobo travels the world taking on CEOs and turns them on to Lutobo Oston and her team, who translate his provocative ranting into solid operational business practices that can transform your organization.

2) What we do?

Assessments: The path to excellence begins with an objective picture of your company today (current) and what you want it to be in the future (ideal). Using an objective measurement tool is, of course, a critical starting point. TRPC Assessments are used to measure both internal and external organizational components.

The internal components measured include:

  • Climate
  • Culture
  • Business Practices
  • Teamwork
  • Talent
  • Innovation

The external components measured include:

  • Markets
  • Customers
  • Macro-economic Shifts
  • Competition

Consulting Solutions: These are customized in order to address client problems and implement the changes necessary for moving from disruption to excellence. To achieve our goal, we use multiple elements of our tool kit, in the right order, with the right people, at the right time.

Coaching: We reinforce powerful mind-set shifts in leadership, business disruptions, perspective sharing, experiential activities, and business planning.

3) What is “disruption”?

A disruption is a force that significantly interferes with the creation and flow of value between your organization and your customers. An organization can choose to create disruption, in order to compete or to take advantage in the marketplace. However, disruptions can happen to an organization that interrupt the normal success of that organization, in turn forcing the organization to respond or suffer the consequences. Sources of disruption may include: industry, markets, competition, technology, business practices, and intra-organizational tensions.

Our clients experience three types of disruptions:

  • In-bound: Disruptions that are out of the organization’s control such as political decisions, economic forces, social trends, and technology advances.
  • Out-bound: Disruptions within the organization’s control such as having better information, creating new technologies, changing the business model or design, attracting superior talent, or going to market in a vastly superior way. The best competitors cause disruption.
  • Internal: Disruptions within the organization itself such as conflicts in strategic direction between different departments or executives, misaligned resources, active efforts by fiefdoms to grab power, or anti-collaborationists who shun cross-organizational teamwork.

4) Why retain us?

When disruptions are affecting your organization, we lead a facilitated process to help you respond with agility. If you should choose a more competitive approach, we can help you become the aggressor, disrupting your competitors.

5) Are we keynote speakers?

Yes. Please review our Speakers’ Bios’.

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