The way you learn is the way we do business.


 

   The way you learn is the way we do business.



Our Current & Previous Work



Serving Communities...the Akron (AMATS) Story

In response to a request from the Northeast Ohio's Regional Prosperity Initiative and its Mayors and Managers Association, Escalys was requested to establish a Land Use Community of Practice (Land Use CoP) to help drive a collaborative, practice based approach to the use of land to factor in environment, economic development, and the wide range of experiences – bad and good – across nearly ¼ the state of Ohio and over 4.2 million people. This included land in urban, suburban, and rural and secured public parks and infrastructures.

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Serving Communities...the Akron (AMATS) Story

In response to a request from the Northeast Ohio's Regional Prosperity Initiative and its Mayors and Managers Association, Escalys was requested to establish a Land Use Community of Practice (Land Use CoP) to help drive a collaborative, practice based approach to the use of land to factor in environment, economic development, and the wide range of experiences – bad and good – across nearly ¼ the state of Ohio and over 4.2 million people. This included land in urban, suburban, and rural and secured public parks and infrastructures.

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Merger & Acquisition – The Incentive to Transform – BP

How do we shift the current expectation of an M&A being an investment that must show immediate, positive ROI into and investment that shows immediate and long term ROI by serving as a catalyst as well as an ingredient on the way to optimum overall and overtime performance?

"The acquiring of physical assets went well but the return on time and investment did not find us embracing a success or the new level of capacities we had expected...it was more like business as usual but a lot harder." And as we saw the need for serial M&A, the hallucination of being the biggest and most successful gave way to the reality of burning out while making things look successful.

This culminated in British Petroleum (BP) with the first year in decades where our company lost money. We needed to do something and do it fast if we expected to compete, let alone be the leader, in the aggressive, global, fast moving world of big energy.

As noted in the series on our work at BP in HBR, the first prophetic article by Steven Prokeseb noted, "John Browne sounds more like a Silicon Valley CEO than the head of the giant British Petroleum Company."

Merger & Acquisition – the Incentive to Transform - Click Here to Read More



Merger & Acquisition – The Incentive to Transform – BP

How do we shift the current expectation of an M&A being an investment that must show immediate, positive ROI into and investment that shows immediate and long term ROI by serving as a catalyst as well as an ingredient on the way to optimum overall and overtime performance?

"The acquiring of physical assets went well but the return on time and investment did not find us embracing a success or the new level of capacities we had expected...it was more like business as usual but a lot harder." And as we saw the need for serial M&A, the hallucination of being the biggest and most successful gave way to the reality of burning out while making things look successful.

This culminated in British Petroleum (BP) with the first year in decades where our company lost money. We needed to do something and do it fast if we expected to compete, let alone be the leader, in the aggressive, global, fast moving world of big energy.

As noted in the series on our work at BP in HBR, the first prophetic article by Steven Prokeseb noted, "John Browne sounds more like a Silicon Valley CEO than the head of the giant British Petroleum Company."

Merger & Acquisition – the Incentive to Transform - Click Here to Read More



United Nations – Communities of Practice

In the early 2000s, The United Nations received funding from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to implement programs in a way that would provide a state-of-the art mechanism to identify, capture, and share knowledge and learning to improve policy and program development and delivery. This was a new way of looking at sustaining value from contributions and of strengthening the UN’s impact across the world. To do so, the UN staff needed to be empowered to link and to learn from one another, and to break barriers, both on the international and professional level.

United Nations CoP - Click Here to Read More



United Nations – Communities of Practice

In the early 2000s, The United Nations received funding from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to implement programs in a way that would provide a state-of-the art mechanism to identify, capture, and share knowledge and learning to improve policy and program development and delivery. This was a new way of looking at sustaining value from contributions and of strengthening the UN’s impact across the world. To do so, the UN staff needed to be empowered to link and to learn from one another, and to break barriers, both on the international and professional level.

United Nations CoP - Click Here to Read More



 

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