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Who Is Responsible for What?
We Help Clarify the Responsibilities of People and Units in Your Organization
FRANCESCO DUINA, PhD
Francesco has consulted to companies and organizations worldwide during the last 20 years. After receiving his Ph.D. in Sociology from Harvard in 1996, he joined The Monitor Group (now Monitor Deloitte) in Cambridge (MA). As a management consultant, he helped Fortune 500 companies achieve their strategic objectives. In 2008, he joined the JLJ Group (now the Sovereign Group) as Director for North America. In that role, he helped companies and state organizations extend their international businesses, especially to Asia.
Francesco has published six books and dozens of academic articles. He was a Visiting Professor at the Copenhagen Business School for over 10 years, and is Professor of Sociology (with tenure) at Bates College (ME).
DANIEL RIERA-CRICHTON, PhD
Daniel received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California- Santa Cruz in 2007. Daniel has held positions at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank (WB), the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), the United Nations (UN), Cabezon Capital LLC (a macro-based hedge fund in San Francisco), the Bank of Korea (BoK) and the Barcelona Chamber of Commerce.
Daniel has published articles in top economics journals. He is also a regular contributor to the World Economic Forum, the National Bureau of Economic Research and VOXEU. He is Professor of Economics (with tenure) at Bates College (ME).
We work closely with our clients to understand their organizations, cultures, and objectives. The core of our approach is a 3-step tool: The Decision Rights Matrix.
It is a proven and powerful tool. It works in all industries and with organizations of all sizes. We always tailor our approach to our clients' particular situations. In most cases, we follow these 3 steps:
SELECT UNIT/PROCESS & ASSESS CURRENT DISTRIBUTION OF DECISION RIGHTS
AGREE ON GOALS AND IDENTIFY IDEAL DECISION RIGHTS
DEFINE NEW ROLES AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
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Projects typically take 4-6 weeks.