QualPro's Democratic Management ConsultingRebecca Reisner
When Keith Van Scotter set out to solve problems relating to two of his company's staple products, a high-quality paper used to print business-reply cards and a type of tissue paper sold at party stores for gift wrap, he eschewed the idea of hiring a big-name consulting firm like McKinsey or Accenture (ACN). "Conventional wisdom told me I'd have to spend millions of dollars, but we didn't have that money to invest," says Van Scotter, CEO of Lincoln Paper & Tissue, a manufacturer based in Lincoln, Me. "So I turned to QualPro."
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