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Like the city itself, North Highland Minneapolis is locally grown and globally inspired. Since 2010, our Minneapolis office has delivered sustainable solutions and transformative results for the region’s leading financial services, retail, life sciences and health care organizations, as well as state government and higher education institutions. We match global capabilities with Minnesota nice to optimize value and authentically connect with our clients. We work here, we live here, and we are dedicated to strengthening this community in all we do through partnerships with organizations such as the Children’s Hospital of Minnesota, Feed My Starving Children, Safe Passage for Children of Minnesota and United Way.
minneapolis office leadership
In a sense, I’m going back to my roots to help build something in the Midwest, and at our firm, for the future. I chose North Highland because its model is the optimal growth platform for right now. This is only possible through a firm that champions collegiality and nurtures an environment designed to create value across the full spectrum of consulting.
John NorkusManaging Director Firm Leadership
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ACMP 2018 Conference
This month, two of North Highland’s People & Change experts, David Fisher and Chloe McDonald, will be presenting at the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) Annual Conference on March 25 – 28, 2018 in Las Vegas. The conference will host more than 1,000 attendees from around the world, with sessions aimed to share the latest business solutions, explore innovative best practices and trends and provide networking opportunities. On Monday, March 26, Chloe McDonald will host a workshop titled "Old Habits Die Hard – How to Stop Them Derailing Your Change Program." The workshop will focus on the importance of eliminating automated decision making in order to introduce effective and compelling change strategies. Using an institution dealing with Brexit as an example, the workshop will highlight the methods North Highland used to exploit change in the institution's behavior to overcome decades of ingrained working habits. On Wednesday, March 28, David Fisher will host a lecture called "Agile Change Management: One Small Step for Agile Projects, One Giant Leap for Enterprise Agility." The lecture will discuss how navigate the culture-shaking change companies go through when going "Agile". The discussion will highlight successful strategies to shifting change management away from being time-boxed and decision-lagging towards being iterative, distributed and decision-enabling. To register for the ACMP Annual Conference and learn more, visit http://www.acmpconference.com/cm2018Story
North Highland Named One of the Best Places to Work in St Louis
The St. Louis Business Journal Names North Highland’s St. Louis office as one of the 2018 best places to work. John Norkus and Chelsey Green Dudash are both quoted in the article discussing the benefits of working at North Highland. The firm is recognized for expanding its presence in the St. Louis area as well as its human-centered approach to consulting and flexible time off. The publication also notes North Highland’s commitment to community involvement, citing the Day of Giving Back program. For more information on the St. Louis Business Journal’s 2018 Best Places to Work, visit bizjournals.com/stlouis/best-places-to-work-2018.Story
North Highland Announces Economic Empowerment Pilot Program with United Way of the Big Bend
March 08, 2018 (Tallahassee, Fla.) – Management consulting firm North Highland is excited to announce its selection of United Way of the Big Bend (UWBB) as one of the firm’s philanthropy pilot partners for 2018.Press Release
North Highland Ranked on Consulting Magazine's Best Firms to Work For List
Consulting Magazine, the leading magazine for consulting professionals, named North Highland among the “Best Firms to Work For” annual rankings. The list is compiled based on an annual survey completed by more than 10,000 consulting professionals representing over 300 firms.
In the Community
We want to create sustainable, long-term economic empowerment in the communities in which we work and live. To do that, we support projects and organizations that tackle financial stability, family sustaining employment and housing holistically, because our research shows these core areas can have a bigger and longer term impact. Our annual Day of Giving Back has been another way we have invested in local communities, doing everything from preparing meals, teaching professional workshops, painting playgrounds and more.Learn More