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Why our consulting

We are a full service business development group – we build strategies and systems.

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Global consumer insights

Rapid and sustainable solutions to the most complex business challenges with cooperative process-driven.

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Thought Leadership

A solution is proposed, from here you can action the plan with just outline assistance.

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Travel and Aviation

Study popular tourism destinations and improve your sales skills to successfully advise your clients on the best travel options.

Business Services

We consider all the drivers of change - from the ground up and we'll motivate and support you to make the change.

Consumer Products

Design repeatable growth models and innovation pipelines that generate new products with higher potential and lower risks of failure.

Financial Services

We work buy-side and sell-side and give our clients hard-hitting and objective answers and focus hard on the best opportunities.

Energy and Environment

We work across all the major construction geographies and end sectors, meaning we understand the underlying drivers in construction markets.

Surface Transport &
Logistics Consulting

Scheduled transport operations, from broad market trends and strategy to the development of integrated commercial strategies.

Doing the right thing,
at the right time.


Cases completed




Awards winning


Satisfied customers


To help entrepreneurs get their act together
before they talk to investors.


  • I’m Not J. Lo

    Giving Access to Unexpected Coaches. I recently had two nice events to attend and decided new earrings were in order. I’m not too fancy, so I was studying the ones in racks on the counter at Nordstrom. It was easy to pick the first set. I was contemplating the second when the salesperson came over.

    March 13, 2024
  • Hiring Joseph: The Art of a Successful Interview

    I didn’t hire Joseph to be an employee, but it was for an important role. The place where I had been getting my hair cut for years closed, which started me on a search for The One. That’s The One who could understand me and tolerate me. Although I don’t have that much hair, patience

    January 18, 2024
  • Lady Bug and the Executive Table

    Overreactions are common in today’s world. One wrong word and someone is in HR complaining. What is acceptable with one person isn’t with another. Or even riskier, what was acceptable yesterday isn’t today. It’s obvious that careers of the person complained about can be damaged, but what many people miss is that the career of

    November 1, 2023
  • The Magic Hard Hat

    To understand why employee engagement is a precursor to strategic planning, let’s look at what real engagement looks like, using two powerful examples.  The first time I saw real engagement, I didn’t know its name. I was a few years out of college and in my first HR management job, working for a satellite manufacturing

    October 26, 2021
  • The Compensation Crush

    Compensation is hot. Why? There is an intense desire by many organizations to make sure their pay practices are equitable and fair. In fact, it’s so hot and moving so fast that the organizational necessity of being competitive is sometimes getting lost. Oyster is building equity and total comp analyses into almost every project. That

    August 23, 2021
  • Bring the Environment Along

    The Problem Have you ever worked hard to do more or less of a certain behavior to then discover that no one really noticed? When you try to quit smoking, what are you told to do? Instead of going outside on breaks and smoking with your friends, you are encouraged to engage in alternative activities

    December 14, 2020
  • Is Middle Management Becoming Obsolete?

    Yes, this is one of those trick questions. You can find equal support for either side. No, middle managers will be more important than ever. Yes, with working from home becoming more of the norm and virtual teams, AI, and technology taking over, middle managers are redundant. The real answer is that the role of

    May 14, 2020
  • Another Curve We Better Flatten

    Everyone learned about flattening the curve during COVID-19. But there’s another curve too many people ignore and if we’re not careful, it will flatten us. It’s the age curve. One hundred percent of the individuals we coach who are over 45 worry about age discrimination. But it’s the wrong worry. They should really be worried

    April 18, 2020
  • Ensuring Forward Motion

    I want to share a few surprising and recurring statements that should make senior leaders in two industries pause – the third one is courtesy of Covid-19. Together these statements demonstrate the type of disconnect that can be reflected in organizations of all types and sizes. We hear these statements from employees, managers, and even

    April 1, 2020
  • Chicken Little Would Not Have Made It as a CEO

    There is a lot of worry in the US over the Coronavirus. Both organizations and individuals need to exercise rational thinking, rational planning, and rational communication to weather this storm with a balance of caution and practicality. As of today, there are signs of irrational thinking all around us. Organizational leaders play an important role

    March 2, 2020
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