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The Carleton Group Teams With California Lutheran University

The Carleton Group is pleased to announce that Dave Pollock, President of the Carleton Group, will be mentoring aspiring consultants in conjunction with the Executive MBA Program at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA.  Dave will be working with business professionals in pursuit of an MBA throughout the Spring 2014 semester.  “I’m honored to

The Carleton Group Teams With California Manufacturing Technology Consultants (CMTC)

The Carleton Group Business Consultants is pleased to announce the teaming of The Carleton Group and The California Manufacturing Technology Consultants (CMTC) of Torrance, California.  CMTC is a non-profit consulting company whose mission is to provide create solutions for the improvement of customer performance.  CMTC provides solutions to achieve growth and profitability for manufacturers, the

Define the Brand That Fits Your Business and Live It Everyday

Your brand. It’s the heart and the soul of your business. It informs your philosophy and your products. It’s the emotional connection between your company and your clients. Your brand should be the first element developed in your entire business plan.

Find the Value-Proposition in Your Workload

Congratulations.  You are a business owner and for that privilege, you get to work an 80-hour work week!  It’s a common lament uttered by many and it’s usually the result of the hesitation/inability to hire additional help.  Few businesses enjoy the luxury of having enough hands available for every task.  So, when special projects come

Create Win – Win – Win Situations For Your Business

Strategic Partnerships, Cross-Promotions, and Advertising Opportunities.  All are great buzzwords in today’s buzzword-filled business world and all are important to the health and longevity of every business.  In many business situations, each often involves three players; the partnering businesses and their mutual customer.  Thus, the old saying “The best situation is a win-win” falls short