Where to compete,

How to win

Where to compete, How to win

Eos consulting focuses on business strategy (where to compete, how to win), innovative business models, operating governance, and organizational architectures.

We help you uncover and make the most of competitive advantages, operate more effectively, and catalyze performance.


Our approach is intensely collaborative and energetic; we extend your team’s capabilities and build commitment to action.  We work closely with your team not simply to gather data, but to develop and test the analyses.  Our collaborative approach enables clients to continuously improve and to update the work products over time, re-using methodologies customized to their needs.  And because your team was deeply involved in the work, they are more committed to the choices that result from it.


All of our practitioners are broadly skilled and deeply experienced (we don’t employ junior consultants).  We roll up our sleeves and do the work beside you, and we love what we do.


eos is an acronym: enterprise → opportunity → strategy.  We illuminate opportunities and enable productive transformation for our clients.  It is inspired by Greek mythology:  εos is the herald of the dawn, accompanying the sun (Helios) as he transits the sky. Similarly, we help our clients realize the potential that a new approach brings.

“It has been a real pleasure working with eos consulting. We all really enjoy your collaborative style, the way you engage and interact with the team – essentially becoming one of us. In my view, you are really the embodiment of what everyone would like to see in a consulting firm. I can’t overstate the benefit to our business of the strategy you developed with us. Alignment, clarity and speed – what more could we ask for.”

- GM of a $5b division of a Fortune 100 equipment manufacturer

A good strategy will struggle without appropriate governance; governance without good strategy is just ritual; and neither is effective without the right people in a suitable structure.
Strategy, Organizational Architecture and Governance need to be aligned for the organization to succeed. A good strategy that is poorly executed due to ineffective operating governance or an unsuitable organizational structure is likely to fail (or at least underperform). A reorganization that doesn’t take into account dynamic strategy is less likely to meet its objectives; and operating governance, to ensure the right people are making the right decisions, must take into account the organizational architecture and the strategy.   Any of these elements may need to change due to new competitors, changed regulations, different input costs, new technologies, or any of the other myriad ways the business environment is continuously evolving. That doesn’t mean they all must change or that they must change together — successful companies carefully evolve as the environment changes, and we can enter in any of these practice areas to begin to make improvements.   We employ distinctive techniques (such as business wargaming and organizational simulations) across all our practice areas, as well as proprietary frameworks and processes.