We Focus Our Energy On Delivery
Without the right focus and energy on delivering value, even the best advice and plans can end up gathering dust. For us, delivery means “tangible value and results,” not “evaluate and propose.” We help our clients build long-term sustainability from the beginning.
Our seasoned consultants hit the ground running and are not learning on your time and dollar. Our rates are competitive. All of our consultants have successful energy industry or consulting backgrounds.
We take a pragmatic and practical approach to delivering change that is sustainable and fit-for-purpose. Change management is integrated as needed into every major project phase.
We know it is imperative to understand the nature and context of your business. One of our core values is a client-centric focus that establishes trusting and lasting relationships within the energy industry.
Their industry knowledge and experience in relation to their rates is a remarkable value in the Houston energy market.–Procurement Manager, Large Integrated Energy Company
They really hit it out of the ball park!–Wells Team Leader, Large Integrated Energy Company.
Our consultants’ extensive experience working with a variety of energy companies, from small start-up firms to large, multi-national corporations, gives us a unique global perspective.
Download Our Brochure
Interested in working with Boxley Group? Contact us for further information.
- Can you prove your employees are competent? (10/23/2017) – Nissan Suspends Japanese Car Production For Two Weeks Unauthorized inspectors were used to certify cars made for the Japanese market https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/19/business/nissan-japan-suspends-production.html Japan’s second-largest automaker, Nissan Motors has suspended production in all 6 of its Japanese factories after it was discovered that uncertified technicians had conducted vehicle inspections without the required credentials to certify the cars. …
- The CEO’s Guide to Competing Through HR (10/2/2017) – This is a great article, written by Frank Bafaro, Diana Ellsworth, and Neel Gandhi of McKinsey & Company (July 2017). https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/organization/our-insights/the-ceos-guide-to-competing-through-hr It talks about the benefits of HR stepping out of its traditional silo and taking on a strategic role, using talent to drive value. HR should be a driver of strategy and deploy talent …