Centralizing Operational Excellence

Leah Hoffmann

A global pharmaceutical company’s internal consulting group took responsibility for enterprise-wide transformation initiatives that had previously been handled by external firms. The group’s VP knew he could reduce consulting spend and drive change at the company, but he was struggling to manage an uneven and sometimes unpredictable workflow.

Through a years-long partnership, the group now turns to Business Talent Group for consultants who go beyond traditional project management to coordinate across workstreams, functions, and stakeholders—and fit seamlessly into the team. These consultants round out the skills that are needed for the success of each internal initiative, and are deployed for exactly the role and duration each project requires.

 

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