Retool your processes and reshape your culture by navigating through the changes your organization demands.


Continuously improve performance by implementing results-oriented strategic measures.


Maximize organizational resources and strategies with creative, engaging and focused planning.

Red Compass


Green Cycle

Improvement (Plan-Do-Check-Adjust)

Yellow Chair


Blue Print

Planning & Project Management

Clean Slate

Professional Development of People

Our Work

The average employee spends 30% of their waking hours working at a job, and research shows that 1 in 5 workers are actively disengaged. A thriving organization delivers a high quality product and/or service experience. Employees of thriving organizations understand how their contribution connects to the company mission and their ideas are heard. Innovation and continuous improvement is how things are done. The organizational culture is strategic with its impact, planning and execution, fostering learning and growth, while pursuing excellence. T.A.S. partners with organizations to create transformative, action-oriented, strategic alignment to create successful outcomes.

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Sage Advice

  • Dialing in on Problem Statements and Target Conditions on Problem Solving A3s

    Here is some specific tidbits T.A.S. shared recently with South Sound YMCA leaders about Problem Solving A3s.  With improvements, it is good when you slow down the quick reaction and impulses to solve the problem, to really explore the deeper
  • Ubuntu—“I am because we are”

    I first fell upon this word ubuntu when reading the book  “Tribal Leadership” by Dave Logan, John King and Halee Fischer-Wright.  The African word was made popular in western cultures by Desmond Tutu.  For me, it struck a chord as
  • We are all works of progress, there is always more to learn

    T.A.S. closed out the Character Day 2016 by re-watching the interview between Let It Ripple founder Tiffany Shlain and Angela Duckworth, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, University of Penn, and author of best-selling book called GRIT.  It’s a crazy interview where Dr. Duckworth