Posts in January

The Vector View: Organizational or Strategic? Should We Redefine Alignment?

January 31st, 2015   •   Blog   •   no comments   

Originally, I did a blog two or three years ago when I was questioning whether we should or should not redefine alignment. For almost 30 years as Vector Group Principals, we take pride in the fact that we do excellent work for our clientele and the basis of our work in organizations hinged on the […]

The Vector View on Change: Change Has CHANGED

January 26th, 2015   •   Blog   •   no comments   

Back in the “Dark Ages” when I was in university taking classes in Industrial/Organizational psychology, the topic of “change” was an issue that would come up occasionally, was an interruption to “normal” activities, and had to be tackled much like a project with a beginning and an end. It was a temporary activity that had […]

A New Year, A New Commitment, A New (Vector) View

January 19th, 2015   •   Blog   •   no comments   

After much soul searching and consternation, Vector Group Principals agreed to commit to some sweeping changes in how we reach out to a growing audience interested in our work over the years. As a well-established international consulting firm for over 30 years, we continue to adapt our approaches with our clients, build new models, develop […]