Ready to Change? Why SAMC is Right for You.

At Simon Associates Management Consultants (SAMC), we help our clients successfully respond to changing business environments.

Offering a full array of idea generation, innovation and change support, we show companies how to respond to new economic climates, capitalize on shifting customer demands and create new markets — and, when necessary, change their corporate culture.

It has often been said, “If you want to change, have a crisis or create one.” Like it or not, the crisis is now before you. Today’s ultra-fast pace of change poses unprecedented challenges to your business, and to you!

At Simon Associates Management Consultants, our job is to help you weather these challenges, guide you in new directions and help you “see, feel and think” in new ways. If you feel like you are “On the Brink,” we’re here to help.

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On The Brink

A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights.

Our Podcasts are designed to help you see, feel and think in new ways, so you can soar. If your business is On the Brink, it’s time to stop and take a listen.

On the Brink

Need to see your business with fresh eyes? Find new markets? Here’s how.

White Papers

Check out our latest White Papers on Blue Ocean Strategy®, Inbound Marketing, Innovation Games® and more.

Blue Ocean Strategy®

Are Blue Oceans all around you? To see them you must learn how to see, feel and think in new ways.

Book Us To Speak

SAMC helps you grow through change. With our expertise as anthropologists and business leaders, we're ready to help you.

Business Change

Read our blog on how businesses need to respond and adapt to changing times or get left behind.

Entrepreneurs

We believe that entrepreneurship is about converting observations about consumer behavior into innovations.

Inbound Marketing

We use Inbound Marketing to help you grow your business.

Video Showcase

Watch our latest videos on why change is crucial if you want your business to grow by opening up new markets.

Latest Posts

  • What Higher Education Needs Is A More Powerful, Blue Ocean Strategy®

    A perfect storm of disconnect: higher education and changing times At SAMC, we do a good deal of work with higher education institutions. Why? Because we're all about culture change and helping organizations find their Blue Ocean Strategy so they can adapt to what's coming (or in many cases, […]

  • Hate Change? Anthropology Can Make You and Your People Love It!

    I often get calls from HR directors who say, "Help! I have a new CEO and he wants me to change the culture." And so I ask, "What's the problem?" And the HR person will say, "I don't really know what our culture is." And my answer to that is, "Well, what would the new CEO like it to become?" And […]

  • Change Might Be Exactly What Your Organization Needs To Be Successful

    "Continuing to do what’s working is easy. What’s harder is to stop doing the things that aren’t working." My thoughts exactly. In fact, in a recent Forbes article about how first-time CMOs need to focus on what to keep doing, start doing and sometimes more importantly, stop […]

Guest Blogs

  • Elisa Spain: How Ego Diversification Can Be The Key To Satisfaction And Joy

    From Guest Blogger Elisa Spain Ego Diversification What does it mean to diversify your ego? Does that even make sense? In the investment world, diversification is de rigueur. Anyone who works with an investment advisor has heard them talk about the benefits of holding a […]

  • Can Marvel Comics Make You Love Blue Ocean Strategy?

    From Guest Blogger Michael Olenick The idea that higher value and lower cost are incompatible is taken as an assumption. Better things cost more, right? Sometimes that’s true, but not always. Blue Ocean Strategy theorizes the relationship can be broken, that higher value can be delivered at […]

  • David Grebow and Stephen Gill: When History Happens And No One Notices

     From Guest Bloggers David Grebow and Stephen Gill “When we look back across five centuries, the implications of the Renaissance appear to be obvious. It seems astonishing that no one saw where it was leading, anticipating what lay around the next bend in the road and over the horizon. […]