You cannot read the news without mention of a company that is expanding rapidly, has secured funding for new growth, or has figured out new ways to think about old markets. Yet, many SMB’s cannot seem to crack the code and grow beyond their traditional model or market.
Are you taking advantage of everything the modern economy has to offer?
Growth Hacking is about breaking the rules to explore what is possible, and then setting a course for making it happen.
Short-term Growth hacking or Strategic Consulting is usually structured around working with key personnel to develop and implement ideas for change within a given area of the business.
The most common areas for fast-result Strategic Consulting are:
Bruce offers longer-term Strategic Consulting engagements to help companies with specific opportunities.
Frequently, these engagements are the result of Growth Hacking or Executive Partnering and aim to offer leadership or ongoing support for promising initiatives.
Often, the organization itself is the problem; schedules, inertia, extra responsibilities, and lack of perceived opportunity are the most frequently cited reasons why special project don’t get off the ground.
Bruce can help teams focus, teach everything from collaboration and brainstorming, and energize teams (and individuals) toward powerful new goals.
3 Hours. $500 per attendee. 10 people minimum.
Every organization has potential future leaders that need to be inspired, understood, and committed to the company. This three-hour seminar…
2 Hours. $1000 per attendee. 4-10 attendees per session.
Creating Intersections is a powerful small-group session aimed at teaching Directors and Executives to identify and make the most of Intersections.
3 Hours. $500 per attendee. 10 people minimum. Discounts for larger groups.
Competition Competition is a powerful way to bring teams together toward shared corporate strategies. This hands-on session is designed to get your people thinking about your competition while actively applying their learnings to the demands their jobs and the larger corporate strategy.
“Ideas are simple. Growth is hard.”