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About Tacticware Resource Group
Tacticware is a business management consultant. We concentrate on people. Superior leadership, culture, and strategy. All are primary sources of EBITA growth. Tacticware develops and cultivates leadership growth, culture management, and strategic planning. We support our clients nationally and globally.
Established in 2007, Tacticware business management consultants clients include industrial manufacturing and processing, consumer services, business technology, private equity, and sales organizations. Our resources are turn-key and scalable to your enterprise.
We consult with family and corporate enterprises, entrepreneurial startups, and corporate boards.
Learn more by contacting Paul Fournier today.
Tacticware offers a wide range of services to grow your business.
- Management Consulting: On Location and Virtual Consulting
- Strategic Planning: Guidance and Innovation Development
- Management Training: Customized for Management, HR, Sales, Operations, Supply Chain
- 360° Organizational Assessments: Management and Employee
- 360° Surveys: Customer, Supplier, Services
- Mergers and Acquisitions: Business Assessments, Strategy, and Acquisition Intelligence
Learn more by contacting Paul Fournier today.
“Anonymous Cultures, The Silent Majority”
“Anonymous Cultures” offers strategies and resources to grow your business. Learn why effective leadership, culture management, and strategy are the foundation of growth. Available in hardcover, paperback, Audible Book, and Kindle ebook.
Reader Book Reviews – 4 Out of 4 Stars
One significant reason top firms retain that status for as long as they do is their business culture. Successful firms develop and align to well-defined, clear, and specific cultural practices. Paul R. Fournier, in his book, Anonymous Cultures, The Silent Majority, discusses in depth the different aspects and importance of culture in organizations.
Paul starts his writing with an intriguing and impressive story that illuminates his message on culture. It is here that he introduces the idea of anonymous culture quite expertly. The author then goes on what I’d call a ‘professional consultation’ run. He writes 21 chapters, giving advice and analyzing the impacts that leadership, management, communication, and business products have on an organization’s culture. He talks about the critical roles different stakeholders play in the success and implementation of culture. Moreover, he makes very persuasive and logical arguments on how leadership and management, intertwined with culture, have contributed to the successes and failures of specific organizations. He finally gives practical ideas and methods to company leadership on steering enterprises towards success grounded on the right and known business cultures.
The author is an expert in this field, and this book perfectly stamps that fact. He talks about issues of business and culture quite effortlessly and flawlessly. It felt like I was seated through a paid business consultation session. I enjoyed every bit of his work. As an aspiring entrepreneur, I found the book insightful and informative. It laid the importance of a known culture and gave step-by-step guidance on instilling that right culture.
I give this book a perfect rating of 4 out of 4 stars. It is well-written and expertly delivered. In addition, it seemed professionally edited as I only found a few errors. I’d recommend it to current and aspiring corporate world leaders. Business owners could also use some of the information in the book.
Anonymous Cultures, The Silent Majority is a business book about managing and leading a business with the right strategies. Anonymous Cultures outlines strategies in cultural leadership and management. This book’s main purpose is to increase the leadership capacities of business leaders and management. Paul R. Fournier is a business consultant, and he wrote this book in order to build better quality businesses through increasing the capacity of business owners and leaders.
The book starts with a preface that summarizes business cultures. The author describes business cultures as “living, breathing entities that operate out of sight of the management.” He also explains how the history of the industrial revolutions that changed the world is a catalyst for change. The author believes that the transformation of business cultures will only start when the leaders and business owners start to ask the right questions about anonymous cultures. The main goal of this book is to redefine the goals of business enterprises and companies.
I loved reading this book. It was well written and easy to understand. I also loved the addition of tables to show the business data and the data from the author’s research. The Silent Majority is a book that can also be read by people who are new to the business world. It is a book that is written for a particular target audience, business leaders. It is written in a way that it would be understood by anyone who is new to the business world while also being very detailed and informative. The author believes that the capacity of a company is determined by the capacity of its leaders, and this book is written with the goal of expanding the leadership capacity of business owners and managers. I also loved how the author used real-life examples to explain his views.
I would rate Anonymous Cultures, The Silent Majority four out of four stars. It was professionally edited, well written, and free of grammatical errors. I gave this book an excellent rating because it was an intriguing and informative read. The author uses his experience as a business consultant to explain his thoughts in an easy-to-understand way.
I would recommend Anonymous Cultures to all business owners, managers, and leaders. This would also be an amazing read for people who study business management in college.
Tacticware Business Management Consultants – The Three Pillars of Business Success
Effective leadership guides enterprise values, innovation, and achievement. It cultivates critical thinking and opportunity as it delivers sustainable and predictable financial performance.
Culture management creates a diverse organization and common performance language. Employee retention, achievement, and communication determines customer satisfaction.
Effective strategy defines goals, risk, and achievement. It supports company values, accountability, and utilization of company resources. It establishes structure and predictable outcomes.
Our articles in leadership, culture, and strategy are based on observation and experiences. High performance organizations value their management and employee teams. Leadership, culture management, and strategy are the foundation of great organizations.
Quality leadership relies on critical thinking. Well planned strategies plot a course to achieve the vision and mission. Lastly, quality cultures are the catalysis for consistent execution of the strategy.
Employee perception is transactional. Customer perception is transactional. We choose both our employees and customers. It is a decision. And consider this, sales revenue a result, not a source.
Innovation, product or service quality, and superior communication drive customer satisfaction and loyalty. This is competitive advantage.
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