The complexities of today’s global economies have created unprecedented
opportunities and challenges for North American organizations. These forces,
combined with the incredible speed of technological advancement and social
change place unique demands on organizations and their employees.
These demands are growing, and if unanticipated, may be damaging.
However, market forces can be turned into a competitive advantage through Wace & Associates’ continuous improvement methods.
Wace & Associates offers this edge by evaluating:
- What is being done
- Why it is being done
- How it is being done
- Its importance to the organization’s success
- The quality of products or services
- The value it provides the customer
- How the enterprise is organized to achieve its goals
We assist your organization through:
- Strategic planning and management
- Business process re-engineering and improvement
- Organizational restructuring
- Organizational effectiveness reviews, assessments, and audits
- Change management and cultural change
Nothing is more constant today than change. To achieve its goals, your
organization must embrace continual change as a necessity and know which
systems are right for its employees and customers.
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“Wace & Associates has been
extremely helpful to me in a number of
very different situations. We first met
in the mid 1990s. Since then, they have
provided valuable counsel to me in the
areas of compensation, recruitment and
general human resources issues relative
to my current business, priszm brandz,
as well as Toronto’s Olympic 2008 bid.
I have found Steve and his colleagues
responsive to our needs and innovative
in their solutions.”
“New Brunswick is now one of North America's leading WCB jurisdictions, Wace & Associates played a major role here.”
Workplace Health and Safety, Commission of New Brunswick
Saint John, N.B.
“I’ve worked with Wace & Associates on several projects over the years. In the Town of Lindsay,
when I was CAO, they came through with a significantly more efficient organization structure,
better use of human resources, avoided any potentially costly legal disputes and saved the
Town a significant sustainable amount of money. I would recommend them without hesitation.”
Robert W. Small
The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque