Respond Faster
And Better

To opportunities And challenges.


Unable to respond to rapid changes.

Missing Knowledge

Leaders missing relevant knowledge.

Irrelevant Tools

The right tools are not in place to embrace change.

Struggling to keep up with Change?

  • Are you struggling to execute and drive results to your stakeholders?
  • Is your leadership team prepared to respond to change?
  • Do you need help creating policies?
  • Is completing projects on time and within a budget a challenge?

Galaxies has the experience.

A framework that will remove obstacles and roadblocks so you can respond to change quickly.

  • 40% increase customer satisfaction
  • 20% saving with within a 5-year budget
  • 60% increase business service availability
  • 75% completion of yearly projects

Your Success Plan

1. Identifying a Problem

Together we will identify the scope and define current problem.

2. Understanding your context

Following your expertise let’s create an understanding of your business and company’s unique context

3. Leveraging a framework

Utilize our laser-focused process to rapidly provide the solution.

4. Watch metrics improve

Let’s define metrics for success and watch them grow.

Our Promise

  • Get projects back on track in days
  • Resolve problems in weeks

Will lead to…

  • Increase clarity during times of uncertainty
  • Improve your competitive advantage
  • Boost efficiencies and innovation

Above all we equip people with the tools that will enable them to better deal with change.  This is desperately needed to improve the world.

Why does it matter?

  • Loosing Talent – Circuit City – To compete with Best Buy, Circuit City fired 3,400 of its most experienced salespeople.
  • Loosing Market share – Blackberry – When mobile industry started focusing on bigger touchscreen displays, BlackBerry was more concerned about protecting what it already had. BlackBerry had 50% of Smartphone market in US and 20% globally. In 2016 Blackberry stopped manufacturing smartphones.
  • Get replaced – Blockbuster – The video-rental company survived the change from VHS to DVD but failed to adapt to a market that allowed for  alternative delivery methods (much less streaming).
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