Welcome to Cambridge Technology Group
After a 25-year history of some 400 workshops, 100,000 executives,
people come to CTG looking for the NEXT BIG BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
“Our enlisted personnel are not re-enlisting at a high enough rate. What do we do?”
Many more examples of past are being added - check back soon!
The core business of CTG has three distinct components, all striving towards finding, enabling, and creating the next big business opportunity for our clients and partners:
- Executive Programs: Sponsored by partners, we give executives methodologies, cases, and overnight demonstrations. Further, we address implementation impediments, including organizational, change management, technology, and resource needs. Our customers have consistently gained valuable insights that have enabled them to discover new businesses opportunities, and our sponsors have gained enormous returns. E. g. for just one year HP, on a $10 million investment of sponsorships of executive programs received over $1.1 billion of revenues or 5 percent of their total sales, by their HP report, similar returns were achieved by Oracle, SAP, UNISYS, ATT, KPMG, Samsung).
- Strategy Session: Here we do the impossible. We find the next big business opportunity for our clients, we pilot it, and we develop a business case. The client team then presents the results to their senior management. This approach is dramatically different--and not to be confused with--an IBM, McKinsey, Accenture, or other conventional consulting engagement in which the client uses a copy of our process to improve an existing business.
New Business Idea
United States Navy
Empowering sailors to manage career advancement
- Institutionalize: We execute in 90 days, using our incubator, using a mechanism of either a new company or a division with a new business opportunity.
These three components have been successfully implemented in 42 countries; however, the resources, faculty, and facilitators are mainly Harvard and MIT based, and the majority of the workshops are situated at either of the two campuses.