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Most will agree that the object of healthy companies is to grow. But the path to growth is not always clear….or easy.
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Sometimes, the “next step” is not well planned or even on the radar screen. Ownership and leadership changes can be very challenging.
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Operations Improvement

Margins may be stagnant or declining. Customers are unhappy with quality or delivery.
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Our Advantages


Equally successful as advisors and line executives, able to switch gears and execute.


Deep family business experience, personally and professionally.


Multi-skilled and multi industry backgrounds, acquired through successful client experience.


Results driven and valuation conscious approach for exit and succession resolution.


Willing to “say no” and also work through the interpersonal issues in combustible situations.


Believing that the future must include successful emerging and operator owned enterprises.

Tom Caldwell


As both an employee and consultant, Tom has helped privately owned firms grow during times of dramatic change in their markets. Having run marketing, sales, purchasing, engineering and operations, and as a division general manager and CEO, Tom’s functional breadth helps his clients create and execute solid, practical plans for growing revenue and earnings…

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Terry Phinney


Terry Phinney has a history of helping privately owned companies become more successful. His deep experience in organizational dynamics has led to a broad management approach that unlocks and improves an organization’s capability to drive growth and profitability. With his assistance and guidance, Terry’s clients become better positioned, competitive and self-reliant…

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Our Articles

Choices and Consequences

Background Many years ago, a CEO inherited a major New England distribution company from his father. The company had a good location and capitalized on emerging industry trends. The father also created several other companies in diverse industries as he was the entrepreneur of the family. When he died, through a series of family deaths […]

Loss or Reinvention

This past Thanksgiving was at my childhood home in Connecticut. My father lives there. He built the house over 60 years ago and he is not leaving anytime soon. He is in his 90’s and he knows every part of the house, by heart. Nothing has changed over the years. It doesn’t need to. Things […]




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