All Posts under October 2015 - Sylver Consulting

We Have Found a New Office Space!

We are beginning an exciting new phase in our company’s life.  We have been in our current space for almost four years and felt it was time to transition into something that would address our needs completely and allow for future growth…two things that are very hard to do that when you rent an office […]

Does Your Identity Enable or Hinder Transformation and Innovation?

Many years ago, I wrote an article entitled, “What Does Innovation Really Mean?” And then based on that article, I was asked to speak and give a few workshops on the topic. One of those workshops was for a client, Marriott International. One of the exercises I had put together to facilitate the workshop required […]

A Goal of Happiness Transforms Sylver Throughout the Years

I am often asked as an entrepreneur, “What’s your 10-year plan?” I truly loathe this question as it comes with so many unspoken expectations. People expect you to have an answer that involves financial targets, numbers of employees, numbers of offices, numbers of countries in which you’re located or some combination or derivative of those […]

The Foundations of Change

We all know that change is inevitable. Industry shifts and new technologies/methods come into play, for instance, that results in first a pause … and then a shift.       Sylver Consulting operates at the intersection of market research, user experience, and strategy. Each of these industries have seen major shifts in the past […]

The Welcomed Quiet Disruption of Transition

Sylver is in continual transition and better for this. Permanent team members join and then eventually leave, shaping Sylver along the way. Contract workers come and go, come back. Some stay (myself included). Our physical space is also experiencing a shift from our current rented studio/office to a new building (2016) that will be designed […]