Team Tipton is dedicated to forging sustainable, transformational change in organizations serving humanity and the public good.
Your organizational vision and strategy isn’t clear or consistent.
Your resources aren’t available or aligned to meet your goals.
What gets us up in the morning? The joy of supporting amazing professionals working hard to do great things in their organizations. That’s what.
Click below to see a collection of our most recent client engagements — we’re so proud of the work they’ve accomplished. Truly — they are exceptional teams accelerating extraordinary outcomes.
We look forward to your invitation for us to be part of your process!
The Daily Camera reported Mayor Pro Tem Bob Yates encouraged city officials to learn from their speedy response to help keep as many local businesses afloat as possible during the unprecedented pandemic and to think about where else in the city regulatory process red tape could be cut to make things easier on employers. “I hope we can use this particular experience as a case study for how the city can act nimbly and quickly to cut through regulatory hurdles and eliminate regulatory barriers.”
Certifying as a B Corporation goes beyond product- or service-level certification. B Corp Certification is the only certification that measures a company’s entire social and environmental performance.
The B Impact Assessment evaluated how Team Tipton’s operations and business model impact our workers, community, environment, and customers. From our supply chain to our charitable giving and employee benefits, B Corp Certification proves that we are meeting the highest standards of verified performance.
Positive impact is supported by transparency and accountability requirements. B Corp Certification doesn’t just prove where Team Tipton stands now—it commits us to consider stakeholder impact for the long term by building it into our company’s legal structure.
Learn more about our measured impact HERE.
For every 1$ billion invested in the United States, $122 million is wasted due to lacking project performance.
(source: Project Management Institute)