Why Magill? Or Great, the World Really Needs More Consultants …
Most businesses, including consulting firms, begin with a definition of what they do, then proceed to lecture on how they do it and finally, if there is any time to fill, they talk about why. Magill began with why.
Each of us at Magill has left successful careers in the corporate world to work with clients to help them change their organizations, their lives and themselves. Our extensive experience allows us to permanently fix problems and deliver sustainable change. This is the reason we formed our practice. It is the “why” at the heart of Magill.
The what is lean change management. Lean in this case means efficient change, using just the right amount of resources to permanently fix a problem and ensure that customers are satisfied first time, every time. Anything more than that is waste.
Unless your world is perfect and your business is exactly as you would like it to be, change is a part of your everyday life. This change can be positive or negative. It is usually risky and difficult. At Magill we use a range of practical tools to lessen this risk and improve your chances of success. Our services are scalable. That means you get precisely the support you need to address the problem. We do not deliver binders full of data or develop plans that can never be implemented. We are committed to making our support and solutions meaningful to each client.
Our practice is founded on trust, respect and a thoughtful approach to all aspects of organizational change. That is the how of Magill. I believe that there is a new direction in business, one focused on transparency, on long-term, sustainable results and most importantly, on collaboration.
Technology connects us all regardless of geography or time of day. This offers us a new platform to work together on some of the most difficult challenges we face. Magill is proud to be part of this new direction. There are many other organizations and individuals working throughout the world to make this the new business reality.
Simon Sinek has done some great work helping individuals and business think differently. He has some interesting videos on YouTube that offer practical advice to all of us who spend our lives thinking about how to improve ourselves, our communities and our businesses.
Here is a good example: