The Jethro Project (TJP) helps organizations in private and public sectors improve performance. TJP brings together a combination of academics and professionals to address clients’ needs in the areas of engineering, economics, management and leadership. TJP addresses maintenance procedures, strategic planning; spend analysis, assessment and cost reduction, development of procedures.
TJP uses surveys to audit client's communication
processes and to predict future outcomes. Research has shown that effective
communication correlates positively with high overall organizational
performance. Thus, communication activities serve to inform, to regulate, to
persuade, and to integrate stakeholders within organizations.
TJP uses econometric techniques (regressions and time series analyses) for outcomes validations and forecasting. TJP also works with clients to address organizational design challenges, such as administrative capacity and the elimination non-value processes. For instance, we map processes to identify and remove non-valued and redundant tasks.
TPJ is in a unique position to serve clients on a specialized basis.