Competitive disruption from larger, better-financed companies and low-cost importers threaten a small company in the center of a classic barbell market.
With a shrinking budget, NASA needed to innovate faster, better and do more with less.
A scientific research organization was existentially threatened by plummeting customer retention and revenue decay.
At a Point of Sale ("POS") manufacturer and seller, growth, revenue and market share were collapsing.
Disrupted by technology companies, millions of viewers and $billions in ad revenue are being siphoned out of the traditional broadcast television industry.
Supply chain costs created an unsustainable business model, threatening ongoing operations of a business unit within a Fortune 500 professional information and analysis publisher.
Large competitors were increasingly disrupting and out-maneuvering our client's smaller sales force, threatening revenue and continuing operations.
When you coin the word, the concept, and lead the effort to protect against it, the responsibility for addressing it becomes monumental.
An enterprise technology company, already facing a precipitous stock price fall, faced a so-far inexplicable and significant decay in channel sales revenue.