History

Since its inception in April 1993, TEG colleagues have undertaken engagements around the world helping a variety of organizations in a variety of industries come to grips with the complex governance issues and fast paced information demands of an increasingly competitive environment. We serve a variety of industry segments ranging from telecommunications to motorsports entertainment. We also work with federal and state government agencies and a number of not-for-profit interests.

While the practice has grown and improved through a variety of assignments around the world, the heart of the business is unchanged: helping organizations think through their performance issues, build meaningful plans, institute the right financial and operational measures – and then equip (and motivate) managers to make sound decisions and achieve desired ends.

Through the years TEG has been pleased to serve business interests in a variety of locations around the world including the US, New Zealand, The Philippines, Hungary, Portugal, Greece, Oman, Belgium, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Bermuda and the UK. (Yeah…once flew around the world three times in a three month run, but that’s another story for another day.)

In the competitive commercial world, TEG helps a business better understand and proactively manage the operational and financial performance drivers at hand. This can include helping management teams (1) better understand the long-run economics of their performance, (2) effectively develop and use relevant, credible and actionable business plans and (3) dynamically integrate and motivate performance improvements across the management team…from the executive suites to the shop floor…and always with a sharp eye to enhancing customer service.

In the not-for-profit and public (e.g., government) sectors, TEG helps clarify goals, consider strategic alternatives, document expectations, achieve a sustainable consensus on how best to reach the desired ends…and execute on that plan.

Through it all, important TEG outcomes are more meaningful communications across different disciplines and management levels, stronger internal partnerships, deeper insight into performance drivers, a heightened sense of ownership for results, and a refreshing shared awareness of how the customer is served.