Chauncey Bell has extensive experience working with senior executives and consultants to reshape the skills, processes, and cultural characteristics of enterprises in North America, Latin America, and Europe. He is responsible for important innovations in several industries and his work has resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in growth and savings each year for his clients.  Here are a few examples:

  • Working side-by-side with the program manager responsible for the installation of tools for a large semiconductor fabrication plant, completing it on time at ~40% below projected costs, notwithstanding continuously changing scope. The team of more than 2,200 craftspeople coordinated the installation of hundreds of tools costing $25-$100 million each.

  • In one of many utility company engagements, he helped the responsible team to complete dozens of projects with an overall result for the company of more than 19% more power than had been promised to the regulator with costs >15% less than allowed, all in less than one year’s time.

  • He laid out practices that led to reducing cycle times for building £10B worth of new wind farm capacity by ~25%.

  • He helped shape the development of a new online retail bank that opened in 10 months, including approval by bank regulators. The bank subsequently took ~15% share of its market in less than 24 months.

Our customers come from a variety of industries including IT companies, hardware and software makers, semiconductor manufacturers, retail and wholesale banks, heavy equipment manufacturers, telecommunications companies, electric power generators, internet tech companies, power transmission and distribution companies, process industries, governments, startups & more. 

Consultants trained and mentored by Chauncey Bell and his associates, have generated hundreds of millions in savings and billions of dollars in new value for our customers over the past 20+ years by designing and mobilizing business initiatives that have delivered new financial capital, intellectual capital, and market identity.

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