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   The way you learn is the way we do business.



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An Escalys view…

“The best praise is to see our work has been acknowledged because it has made a difference for someone…what more can you ask for?”  


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Here is what people are saying about us


An Escalys view…

“The best praise is to see our work has been acknowledged because it has made a difference for someone…what more can you ask for?”  

As a thought leader in executing M&A, Tony Kuhel is acknowledge in “Beyond the Deal: A Revolutionary Framework for Successful Mergers & Acquisitions That Achieve Breakthrough Performance.”  This text has become a key resource for companies looking at M&A in a new way for a new business environment.  Tony helped put people back in the equation.

“A must read for anyone contemplating an acquisition – doing the deal is usually the easy part!”  John Shackleton, OpenText

As a member of BP’s core Knowledge Management Team, Tony Kuhel watched over its largest and most successful KM program.  Tony accepted the award from IBM and The American Productivity & Quality Council (APQC) on behalf of BP as the “leading knowledge organization in the western hemisphere.”  He is acknowledged for his contribution in Learning to Fly:  Practical Knowledge Management from Leading and Learning Organizations.”  The text is used as a part of the Escalys KM Certification Program.

“Finally in the jungle of theoretical sources about knowledge management, a really practical, “hands-on” book which gives useful insights, in the practice:  How to initiate knowledge management and even more important how to keep it alive – as a normal part of everyday business.”  Cordula Sofftge, BMW

Rick Stockburger was the Co-Founder of Saving Cities a media company that focused on Urban Revitalization in the Rust Belt Region. The organization produced a feature length documentary entitled “Red, White and Blueprints: A Rust Belt DocumentaryThis film won official selection at the Cleveland, St. Louis, and Honolulu International Film Festivals and was extremely well received.

“To start a conversation about the Rust Belt with Rick is like opening a lively, entertaining, well-written and researched book on the subject. Think Dave Eggers expounding on vacant land use. Susan Orlean chronicling how the lakefront has and could be used. Malcolm Gladwell detailing the adaptability of our hometowns” Gina Prodan, Unmiserable Cleveland







Rick’s organization, Saving Cities also received national press for the organizations work in the Rust Belt Region. Including articles in Good Magazine, The Atlantic Cities, and Harvard’s Kennedy School for Business Innovation. The Organization was also nominated for the Katerva Award for Global Sustainability practices.