Trilogy TidingsMarch 2012
As I close the books on 2011, I'm encouraged toward a retrospective on last year's business activities. This time I'd like to share a bit of that history with you by recounting some of the work that we did for clients in 2011. If you're curious, have a look.
|An Eclectic Gig
Ever since I founded this practice in 1989, the watchword has been "eclectic". Sure, the great majority of our work relates to clinical practice and the life sciences. But, other than that bias, we've been all over the map in terms of service content. (You can review our practice areas at the end of this newsletter.) And I like it that way. The opportunities for learning, for teamwork, and for cross-fertilization have been terrific and stimulating to all concerned.
I think our activities last year prove the point by example. Have a look at our 2011 Engagement Summaries. If any of those projects elicit a particular interest, I'd be pleased to elaborate.
One more point about our eclectic practice: It allows me - indeed it forces me - to bring many other experts to bear on solving client problems. A small, fit-for-purpose team is assembled for each engagement, then disbanded when we're done. (Of the eight projects cited for 2011, five of them involved other service providers.) This works well for all concerned, especially for the client.
Here's to an eclectic 2012!