In today’s business climate, there is little time to catch your breath, let alone prepare for the fast-pace of change. Socio-economic pressures are more intense than ever, the margin for error is non-existent and speed is critical.

Early adopters are winners, carefully capitalizing on opportunities and adjusting to avoid threats.

That’s why we launched Gilchrist Group™ — a strategic business consulting firm focused on new strategies for a new time in our world’s history. Now you have a trusted advisor with deep industry expertise to guide you through the quickly changing landscape of emerging trends that are putting pressure on your business.

We help leaders and organizations Navigate What’s Next™.

We use our research and trend analysis to develop proactive strategies to move your business forward in this changing environment and blaze a path focused on your future relevance. Then, we carefully weave these strategies into the fabric of your organization and into your customer and shareholder’s minds.

We can help your organization:

• Meet changing market demands

• Anticipate emerging socio-economic trends

• Lead with an eye on future success

• Stay ahead of your competition

• Integrate responsible and sustainable solutions

• Articulate your value proposition

• Align internal and external messaging


 

Too many SMBs and entrepreneurs are too focused on “bringing the vision to life” instead of focusing on CASH FLOW. Keeping one eye on the pipeline and the other on expenses is what keeps CEO’s focused.

There is a fabulous quote in the Wall Street Journal article by Colleen Debaise, “Starting Up, and Conquering the Numbers,”

You can’t change the past but you can usually influence the future.”

True. True. True.

Some excellent comments on the article as well .

Check it out. well worth your time.

“Starting Up, and Conquering the Numbers,”

 

Al Jones of the Kalamazoo Gazette interviews Pam Gilchrist, CEO and chief strategist for The Gilchrist Group.

Reinvent yourself, they say.

They make it sound simple.

Check your skills.

Decide what kind of things you like to do. Then find a way to make money doing them.

OK.

“You know 50 is the new 30 with our health and our vibrancy,” business strategist Pamela Gilchrist told me on Monday. 

Read the complete interview:Strategist Pamela Gilchrist suggests Baby Boomers reinvent themselves, follow their passions.”