With nearly 40 years of consulting experience between Matt Evans and Seth Ryan, both Partners at Collective Insights, the two have learned a few things about the industry and are hopeful they can use that knowledge to build a lasting consultancy.
Propeller launched just five years ago, but this is already the firm’s third time being recognized as one of the profession’s Best Small Firms to Work For, a recognition that has had a huge impact on the firm, says Amy Weeden, Managing Partner and co-founder of Propeller Consulting.
The hits just keep on coming for New York-based Acquis Consulting Group as the firm is back for another year on Consulting’s Best Small Firms to Work For list. Perhaps it’s the “People first” mantra that keeps the focus where it needs to be, and keeps the accolades front and center.
Make it six times overall and four years in a row for Philadelphia-based IBB Consulting Group. “The feeling of pride that this honor instills in each and every one of us never grows old and we are humbled once again by our inclusion on this exclusive list,” says Dr. Imran Shah, Managing Partner of IBB.
How does a zero percent turnover rate sound? That’s what Insight Sourcing Group had last year, says Tom Beaty, Founder & CEO. That one stat alone should offer plenty of insight (ahem) into why the firm is back on our Best Small Firms to Work For ranking this year.
Bill Gallagher, CEO of Systems Evolution, Inc. (SEI) says it’s a great honor to be recognized as a ‘Best Small Firm to Work For’ for this, the seventh year in a row. Given that the designation is based on survey input from its consultants, Gallagher views it as a strong testament to not only the firm’s unique business model, but more importantly “our commitment to our consultants.
This marks year three for Houston-based Myrtle Consulting Group as one of the profession’s Best Small Firms to Work For. After debuting at No. 13 in 2015, the firm has skyrocketing all the way up to No. 3 last year. This year, the climb continues as Myrtle hits No. 2.