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Continued: Eden Prairie consulting firm Prouty stretches for strategy

  • Article by: TODD NELSON , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 17, 2013 - 11:56 AM

The expert says: Jack Militello, management professor and director of the health care MBA program at the University of St. Thomas’ Opus College of Business, is an acquaintance of Jeff Prouty who said he has found the Prouty Project to be engaging and generous, offering an “open-ended, almost anthropological consulting model.

“They can be open and free form but you have to be smart, you have to have good intuitive skills and good analytical skills to turn that into insight,” Militello said.

 

Todd Nelson is a freelance writer in Woodbury. His e-mail address is todd_nelson@mac.com.

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  • CEO Mike Felmlee says Prouty Project helps clients address areas that are critical to comprehensive strategy: markets, products and services, people and finances.

  • PROUTY PROJECT

    Business: Strategic planning and organization development for companies, nonprofits and governmental units

    Founded: 1987

    Headquarters: Eden Prairie

    Website: www.proutyproject.com

    Employees: 11

    Executives: Jeff Prouty, chairman and founder; Mike Felmlee, CEO; Grayce Belvedere Young, president of organization development; Peter Bailey, senior vice president of organization development

    2012 revenue: $2 million

    Strategy: Grow 15 percent a year; challenge clients, staff to think differently

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