Company Malaise: [ma-leyz-muh- Fr] A vague or unfocused feeling,
lethargy; a complex problem affecting a company’s ability to perform.
To succeed in today’s competitive markets a company needs to assure it is “firing on all cylinders”. If you recognize any of the following to be part of your company’s activities, then we would like to discuss taking the "malaise" out of your organization.
- Frustration about not bringing products to market faster,
- Concern about knowing which product features provide the best ROI,
- Concern with effective utilization of development resources,
- Frustration with product missteps or the lack of success in execution,
- Concern about declining sales in response to competitive pressure, or
- Dissatisfaction with the lack of cohesion among functional groups.
CTR has broad and deep experience from which we have developed a strategic approach to resolving the complex issues affecting a company’s ability to succeed in today’s market. We look forward to discussing how we can help your company gain the momentum needed to meet your business goals.
Michael Bloom, Founder
CTR Corporate Transition Resources