Social Impact: Why Bother?

By Garett Robertson and Tadeus Dobrovolskij While the primary goal of corporations is to make money, they are not without accountability to society at large. They have both the ability to influence and be influenced by societal problems and challenges making their voice a necessary part of the dialogue and engagement that shapes laws, rules, […]

Bringing Power to Forecasting

By Garett Robertson Most business owners would agree that there is value in strong budgeting and forecasting process, yet few feel confident in their ability to create these kinds of tools in any way that could deliver the value they need.  As a result, the budgeting and forecasting process is seen as a deeply time […]

Winning Value in M&A

By Garett Robertson and Tadeus Dobrovolskij It has been said a lot already about the importance of corporate culture  and its effect on financial results. Nevertheless, it’s still often overlooked. In M&A this is especially true.  For unseasoned M&A teams, they may simply see what they will get from a deal.  They see access to […]

Why Does Inequality Matter?

By Garett Robertson Recently I was discussing my models of wealth and income inequality with a friend of mine. During the course of our discussion, he asked me the simple question that has some profound implications on everything for economics and politics to religion and philosophy. Why does economic inequality matter? I have always been […]