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Clerestory loved volunteering yesterday at Bernie's Book Bank and is grateful for the opportunity to serve such an important cause. Thank you to all of our friends, neighbors, and clients who helped us get their underutilized children's books to the kids who need them most. Please visit www.berniesbookbank.org to learn more about the incredible work they are doing in our communities!
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Clerestory makes the Inc. 5000 list of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies for its second, consecutive year. We are honored to be part of the Inc. 5000 for 2016. Congrats to all the amazing companies who made this list!

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Clerestory is honored to be one of Consulting Magazine's Fastest Growing Firms of 2015. Thanks to all of our exceptional clients and consultants for another great year!
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Today I listened as an executive described her company’s critical initiative as a project that was ‘limping along.’  Sadly, that phrase brought to mind many costly and slowly failing projects I’ve heard about during my career.  Each project had varied goals, different software, a range of budgets and varying timelines.  But, they also had a great deal in common...

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The latest McKinsey research shows that the majority of transformation projects are still failing. However, it also shows that organizations which take an action-oriented approach to change are 3x more likely to succeed. Of the 24 transformation-building actions identified, McKinsey cited effective communication as the most critical success factor. Consider the advice in this article to help your project succeed.

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Guiding principles are the first step in project leadership and they set the direction for the project.  Enabling people to quickly make directionally correct decisions  – that point toward common goals – can save months of time and millions of dollars over the life of a project.
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