Maximizing Organizational Success

June 15, 2023

Chairman of the Board of Allied Beverage Group, New Jersey’s largest distributor of liquor and wine, discusses the valuable consulting services provided by TSG. With a workforce of approximately 850 employees, Allied Beverage Group aims to create and maintain a high-performance workforce. Through a comprehensive employee engagement survey, they identified five critical areas for improvement: recognition of good work performance, a more effective compensation system, enhanced performance management, formalized training and career development opportunities, and improved organizational communication.

Facing the challenge of implementing multiple initiatives simultaneously, Allied Beverage Group turned to TSG for project management expertise, effective goal planning, and prioritization. With monthly meetings, audio clip directions, and regular follow-ups, Jack provided valuable guidance to help the company stay on track and accomplish their goals efficiently.

Furthermore, the approach aimed to teach Allied Beverage Group how to approach project management independently, allowing them to replicate the process for future initiatives. Additionally, TSG conducted personal training for the company’s reviewing managers, focusing on goal planning, prioritization, and conducting effective feedback and performance evaluations.

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