Our industry approach and organizational insight enables us to see what others miss to create transformational change. It leads to the highest possible strategic vision, reflecting one version of the truth throughout your organization that reflects who you are, what you’ve built together, and where you must direct your energy and effort in order to prosper.
Strategy is about making choices. Are you making the right ones?
A truly strategic approach grows with your organization as you reach your highest potential.
Our process leads to a depth of organizational insight that enables us to see what others miss.
The problem you thought you had is often something else. We keep working until we find the end of the thread that lies at the root of your challenges.
No one ever goes to work wanting to do a bad job. Yet many employees live lives of quiet desperation in their cubicles, unable to meaningfully affect change. Disempowered to help themselves, or those around them.
Our goal is autopoeisis: A system capable of reproducing and maintaining itself. Engaged employees self-organizing to generate optimum results.
Are you getting the most you can from your team?
Your organization must constantly adapt to changing market realities, competition and technological advances. A steady hand on the tiller will fail if you aren’t watching the weather. Despite best intentions and past success, there are times when what worked in the past is unlikely to work today. We’re in that climate now. .
How you are perceived in the marketplace must:
A trusted advisor to political and business leaders, Rikia Saddy leverages a unique combination of business acumen, empathy, vision and objectivity to transform organizations for strategic growth.
Rikia is a published author, respected pundit, and gifted public speaker. She holds an International MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Business, the top ranked graduate school in its field for 22 years, where she won the top award for marketing. She earned her undergraduate degree in economics and sociology at the University of Alberta, and has studied at New York University, Parsons, the School of Visual Arts and the Sorbonne.