Over the years, we have accepted requests from clients to provide very specialized facilitation services, like the facilitation of HAZOPs a type of facilitated risk review. We have also been very successful building facilitated workshops around best-selling business books. Following are some case studies based on this work.
HAZOP Facilitation Case Study
In December of 2011, we facilitated our first HAZOP study for a company in the design phase of the processing plant for a new mine. We published a blog post on this and since this time, we have completed more HAZOPS using specialized software as part of the process. Learn more about HAZOP facilitation.
Good to Great Facilitation Case Study
We had already completed several successful sessions for this client when he asked us to develop another workshop for him based on the best-selling business book Good to Great. This case study provides a brief overview of the book and then describes how we facilitated the discussion of some of the key concepts. Learn More about Good to Great Facilitation.
How the Mighty Fall Facilitation Case Study
We were surprised when the CEO of one of the most successful companies on the London FTSE stock exchange contacted us last year wanting to discuss how we might go about facilitating a workshop based on How the Mighty Fall. Learn More about How the Mighty Fall Facilitation.
From Our Clients
“Over the past five or six years we have worked with Bruce more than a dozen times as a focus group moderator for our pharmaceutical and medical device clients. The clients are always impressed with how quickly Bruce picks up challenging concepts and how easily he communicates them. The high-quality feedback and insight he draws from the focus group participants is what we are all looking for. Bruce’s track record in exceeding client objectives makes me extremely comfortable recommending him to any of our clients regardless of therapeutic area.”
“We wanted to find somebody unbiased, with no agenda, who could lead the retreat and pull in all points of view. Bruce did this and more. He brought some clever ways to make sure that we fully explored our ideas and he forced the discipline of setting priorities and of committing to an action plan. We have now used him three years in a row since everyone sees the value he adds and trusts his process.”
Mary Todd Peterson