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Trindent Consulting – The Importance of a Sustainability Coordinator
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trindent consulting – the importance of a sustainability coordinator

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There is strong argument supporting the fact that hiring an outside team, one that is experienced and educated in process improvement, can yield tremendous results in a given business, regardless of its industry. Outside consulting companies can bring a fresh perspective to issues that are hindering business productivity. Beyond that, many businesses cannot afford to have on their team staff members that have deep process improvement knowledge and training. All of which are reasons why many companies, at some point or another, bring in an outside consulting firm, with an eye toward improving one or several of its business functions.

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trindent consulting – the importance of a sustainability coordinator

  1. 1. Trindent Consulting – The Importance of a Sustainability Coordinator There is strong argument supporting the fact that hiring an outside team, one that is experienced and educated in process improvement, can yield tremendous results in a given business, regardless of its industry. Outside consulting companies can bring a fresh perspective to issues that are hindering business productivity. Beyond that, many businesses cannot afford to have on their team staff members that have deep process improvement knowledge and training. All of which are reasons why many companies, at some point or another, bring in an outside consulting firm, with an eye toward improving one or several of its business functions. Now there is no doubt that many consulting firms in the past have done a good job helping their clients realize greater efficiency and higher ROI. Indeed, if that were not the case, the consulting industry as a whole would probably have faded away many years ago. However, with that said, what many firms in the consulting field have not accomplished as admirably is creating sustained improvement in the organizations they’ve consulted. Sustainability has been the topic of a fair amount of discussion within the industry, and in many ways, a consultant’s ability to create sustained improvement in a business is something that separates the truly effective firms from the lesser so. At Trindent Consulting, creating sustainable improvement ranks as one of our most important objectives in each and every consulting project we undertake. Although our methodologies for business improvement differ from industry to industry and are most often customized to meet the individual demands of our client’s, we have certain company-wide mandates that concentrate on and assure sustained improvement. For example, to assure that the process, tools and management behaviors we make to a client’s organization remain and still provide positive impact, it’s standard for our teams to return every six months for the span of two years to each one of our clients. Trindent Consulting values sustainability so highly that we have molded our system of compensation around the concept. Unlike other firms that oftentimes compensate their consultants through work hours done or project tasks completed, here at Trindent Consulting our consultants are compensated only based on the actual sustained financial improvement that our clients experience after a project is completed. There are many reasons why we have structured our reward system in this way, one of the major reasons being that it guarantees that everyone working on a given consulting project is centered on the goal of delivering sustained, tangible results. But, perhaps the most fundamental tool we use to create sustainable results is creating what’s called a sustainability coordinator or sustainability partner during the engagement period. A sustainability coordinator is someone from the client’s
  2. 2. staff, usually a manager or supervisor, who works closely with our consultants throughout the period of our engagement with the client. The sustainability partner becomes the one who will have the best understanding of the changes authored in by the engagement period, and furthermore, will be fully immersed in our consulting methodology. As a result, at the end of the engagement, after our consultant team leaves, the sustainability coordinator will have the tools needed to assure that the improvements made to the business remain.

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