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David Tait, MBA

David Tait is a Director with AlixPartners LLP in New York City.   For the past 20 years, David has consulted leading companies in North America, Asia, and Europe on business and organization strategy, merger integration, and large-scale change.  His focus has been helping clients implement and improve their execution of major strategic initiatives. He worked with clients to structure new lines of business, commercialize new technologies, and develop market entry strategies.  In addition, David has implemented major strategic and operational initiatives for companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. 

In addition to his time with AlixPartners LLP, David spent 10 years with A.T. Kearney in North America and Australia, and was a Vice President in both their Operations and Strategies Practices.  He has also been a Partner with SECOR and a Vice President in Hay Group’s organizational effectiveness practice.  He also founded Tait + Associates, a leading consulting firm to the telecommunications industry.

David holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business, a BA from York University and is a member of the Canadian Association of Management Consultants.

We have worked with clients in dynamic situations.  Want to explore how your organization can be transformed?

Glenn T. Yonemitsu, CMC, MBA 

Glenn has served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Association of Management Consultants (“CMC-Canada”) since 2009.  As CEO, Glenn is the Association's chief spokesperson and advocate for the management consulting profession in Canada.  He is charged to promote and advocate the highest principles in business ethics for the management consulting profession, develop and strengthen strategic relationships with Canada's consulting firms as well as forge strong ties with Canadian universities and other professional associations.

In private consulting, Glenn operates NEXT Strategic Advisors, a consultancy that focuses on helping entrepreneurial organizations make the leap to the next growth curve. His work focuses on the creation of growth strategy, the development of leadership teams, and ensuring the proper capital structure is in place.

While Glenn’s focus has been on mid-market companies, he has also advised national and multi-national corporations on product design and industry consolidation strategies – primarily aimed at clients who seek entrepreneurial strategies and cultures.

Previously, Glenn served in various leadership roles at the Richard Ivey School of Business. Today, he serves as an “Entrepreneur-in-Residence” with the Pierre Morrissette Institute for Entrepreneurship at Ivey.

He is a regular contributor to business magazines, has served on boards and advisory boards of entrepreneurial firms and also, on the boards of not-for-profit community organizations.

Glenn completed his undergraduate degree at The University of Western Ontario, earned an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business, and is a Certified Management Consultant. He is the proud father of two teenage sons, who keep him young. He loves sports and wishes he could be a better athlete in hockey, golf and running.

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David Tait and Glenn Yonemitsu are both management consultants who have worked in different countries, with hundreds of clients, in various industries.  Over their careers, they have noticed that some issues keep appearing - issues that impact leaders and organizations and inhibit success. 

As colleagues, regular collaborators, and former classmates, they regularly discuss managerial and leadership problems, searching for solutions to problems they have observed.  Their objective is simple: to gain a better understanding of common managerial issues, so they can help their clients improve the practice of leadership, leading to better performance.

Strategic discomfort and managerial courage are two of the issues that they have researched and written.  Both David and Glenn speak, write, and work with clients on these issues. 

If you would like to discuss your specific situation and whether strategic discomfort is right for your organization, please contact either David or Glenn.  You can send either an email by clicking on their names (below).