Blog Archives: Case Studies

How The Four Decisions Changed A Nonprofit

07.23.2015  |  Posted by: Mary Rarick  |  No Comments ››

Excellence was not only something they talked about as a core value – it was something that was firmly entrenched as a part of their organizational DNA.

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Strategic Resource Management doubles its business in three years

06.18.2015  |  Posted by: Mary Rarick  |  3 Comments ››

When the recession started in late 2007, the United States banking industry faced enormous pressure to reduce operational costs and those pressures have continued through to today. During this time, many commercial banks turned to firms like Strategic Resource Management (SRM) for help.
A leader in the bottom line enhancement industry, SRM felt a bit [...]

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THE One Total Home Experience delivers on its happiness promise

05.07.2015  |  Posted by: admin  |  No Comments ››

THE One Total Home Experience opened its first furniture and home accessories store in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in 1996. Today, it owns 19 Theatres and Boutiques in eight countries across the Middle East with 700 staff. Because it recognizes that people create brands, THE One places a high value on its employees and [...]

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Gazelles Core Value: 1+1=7

05.04.2015  |  Posted by: admin  |  No Comments ››

Will Ditzler has been working with a client in Indiana called CMS Corporation, a government contractor that serves as a mentor to Jack Wayte Construction. Jack Wayte Construction, is a general contracting firm located near White Sands Missile Range in Alamogordo, NM (about 3 ½ hours south of Albuquerque). Happy with the work that Will [...]

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United Methodist Family Services transforms its culture, reaches unprecedented goals, and serves more kids and families

04.30.2015  |  Posted by: admin  |  No Comments ››

United Methodist Family Services (UMFS) is a $30-million nonprofit that has been improving the lives of children and families in Virginia since it was founded in 1900. The organization is striving to bolster its financial strength so that it can continue serving as unwavering champions for high-risk children and families for the next 100 years. [...]

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