Hammond Business Consulting

at P O Box 11412, Milwaukee, 53211 United States

Provides business support to companies and individuals at all levels of development. Specializes in project management and process improvement.

Hammond Business Consulting
P O Box 11412
Milwaukee , WI 53211
United States
Contact Phone
P: (414) 975-3344


Reviews and analyzes current business operations to identify waste; makes recommendations to increase efficiencies. Identifies and performs historical analysis of key performance areas. Designs scorecards/dashboards to track performance. Makes recommendations to increase profitability based on forecasted trends. Expert in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, FrontPage. Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with the Project Management Institute (PMI). Certified Master Project Manager (MPM) with American Academy of Project Management. Skilled in IBM SPSS, Human Resource Management, Total Quality Management (TQM) and computer network administration. Provides formal training in following areas: -general statistical analysis -process improvement (Plan-Do-Study-Act) -project management Also provides the following: -advice and expert support for small business/nonprofit startups -business plan development -long-term strategic planning support -network infrastructure development. -copyright registration (music and literary works) -patent application (provisional or standard)


Price category
$$$$ (50+)

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Published on 2014-01-17 11:00:22 GMT

Simplify The one thing that I have learned thru mathematics that can help anyone live a less stressful and more efficient business and/or personal life is this: The solving of any complex problem or situation becomes much easier if you first simplify. JH

Published on 2013-12-16 18:09:19 GMT

Got an idea or business, but just don't know how to get things off the ground? We can help! Have a concept of a patent, but just don't know how to start the paperwork? We can get you on track. Email us at hammondbusinessconsultantsing@live.com with your concerns and we will help you reach your business goals!

Published on 2013-10-30 19:53:37 GMT

One of the many things emerging technology teaches us is that change is constant. In order to survive in the new fast-paced business environment, companies must be malleable and willing to make strategic adjustments to meet the needs of changing demands. As a leader, if you clearly understand your company's purpose and are willing to embrace change and innovation as a matter of principle, you can plot your success and arrive at your goals. Innovation creates possibilities, but procrastination paralyzes and is often a product of inflexibility. Inflexibility is caused by fear of change. Opportunities are often lost to those who hesitate because of their fear of change or their unwillingness to execute new concepts. Flexibility and innovation are the keys to future success. Those who hesitate stagnate. Stagnation has no place in a modern dynamic business environment. If your initial business plan was built on the basis of selling pencils, but now everyone is demanding pens, you must change direction and ramp up production to meet the new need...if you want to survive. In the modern dynamic commerce environment, flexibility and innovation are key to ensuring an organization survives, achieves its goals, and reaches its destiny.

Published on 2014-01-27 19:40:12 GMT

Good Business Cents By James U. Hammond Any good business leader will tell you that no matter how hard you try, you can't do everything perfectly, especially not all at once. Regardless of whether you are talking about long-term strategic initiatives or short-term goals, it is far better to choose a few tasks and do them well than to burden your team with the impossible expectations of trying to accomplish too many simultaneous objectives. If you choose the latter, you will put an exorbitant amount of stress on your employees. Other than nature itself, no one instantly moves a mountain or redirects a river in any given moment of time. Each pile of dirt, each gallon of water, must be handled portion by portion as fit to the capability of the tools completing the work. In doing what they are designed for, the tools are not stressed past their limits and "happily" work within their capacity to get the job done. As such, in time and through focused effort, mountains can be moved and even the flow of mightiest river can be changed. In reference to the analogy above, if you attempt to move too much of the mountain or river too soon, the dam of failure sits ready and eager to open its floodgates to wipe out your success...and perhaps you!

Published on 2013-12-13 00:21:43 GMT