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Why does everyone hate consultants?

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Written by Jim Shaver, President Two Harbors Consulting. True story – a friend of mine was considering getting out of the corporate rat race and starting up his own management consulting company. Upon informing his parents of this decision, his dad asked in all seriousness, “you won’t have to do anything illegal or unethical will you?” What? This sort of distrust of consultants – and management consultants in particular – seems almost instinctual, like cats […]

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Two Harbors Consulting: here to help your team today

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The Two Harbors Consulting Team holds over 50 years combined experience in process and performance improvement, and organizational change management and nearly 100 years of combined experience in software development and services delivery.  Two Harbors Consulting staff are certified to perform CMMI for Development, Services, and High Maturity appraisals. Our staff also include an Enterprise Data Management Expert and a Data Management Maturity Lead Appraiser Candidate.  Additionally, our staff are certified to perform regulatory audits, engage as SAFe (Scaled […]

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Podcast interview with Rebecca Fitzgerald

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Two Harbors Consulting co-founder and co-president Rebecca Fitzgerald will be presenting at the CMMI Institute’s upcoming Capability Counts conference.  Listen to this interview done with her by Jeff Dalton to get a preview of her presentation.

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How can we help you?

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Two Harbors Consulting was formed in April 2016.  Becky Fitzgerald, Tom Klein, Jim Shaver, and George Zack have over 50 years of experience in software development, process improvement, regulatory and quality compliance and improvement, and management consulting. Becky, Tom, Jim and George bring experience, integrity and creativity  based  on industry standards and frameworks to your team to identify improvements tailored to your unique business needs. Visit our services catalog or contact us today to discuss how […]