Economic constraints and a lean workforce mean that it isn’t always possible for organizations to have the necessary capacity on staff.
Reconnaissance Management Consulting Group Inc. delivers specialized services to clients in a wide range of sectors. We help the members of your team acquire knowledge, enhance their skills, develop their capacity or fill in gaps when necessary.
Rather than telling our clients what to do, we become part of their team, showing them how to achieve results and guiding them to their full potential.
The goal of Reconnaissance Management Consulting Group Inc. is to make life easier for its clients. While knowledge and experience is incredibly valuable in attracting clients, it is our ability to develop and enhance relationships that have impacted our success and in turn, success for our clients. By working in partnership with our clients we can ensure that the project outcomes meet their needs.
Reconnaissance Management Consulting Group Inc. was formed by Kaye Grant in 2004 to provide organizations with expert advice and assistance in a variety of management capacities.
Kaye Grant is an experienced business consultant, project manager, researcher and trainer. She combines her background in education with her business experience to assist entrepreneurs and non-profit organizations to acquire knowledge and enhance their skills in order to develop their internal capacity.
During her practice, she has managed consulting projects of varying size and scale. Her work includes outlining key activities, developing the project framework, and identifying, engaging and managing the various resources. She has experience in project planning and management, market research and analysis, marketing strategy development, business planning, program reviews and management training.
A skilled researcher, Kaye has developed, administered, and analyzed the results of a variety of research projects involving both primary and secondary research.
Kaye’s background in education has made her ideally suited to work with a variety of educational institutions. She has developed and delivered training curriculum in areas such as Supervisory Management, Marketing Fundamentals, Business Management, Organizational Behaviour, Business Fundamentals and Marketing Research for the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba. Through her work with Manitoba Labour and Immigration she has received diversity and intercultural training which has prepared her to provide organizational diversity training. She also has teaching experience with Aboriginal and international students. Kaye spent several years instructing in the Self-Employment Program where she assisted hundreds of entrepreneurs pursue their goals of business ownership.
Our strategic advantage is the ability to bring together the many skills and varied perspectives that are required in most projects.
The flexibility of the business model allows Reconnaissance to assemble the necessary expertise for each project. This is a very attractive element for most of our clients who simply do not have the resources to retain permanent staff with these abilities.
In a business that depends on the skills and knowledge of our associates, it is important that we continue to develop and enhance relationships to ensure that we have access to the experts who are necessary to respond to our client needs. Active participation in a variety of organizations helps us maintain a strong network of associates and ensures we are linked with the community.
We continue to develop new associates as necessary to ensure that our clients have access to applicable skills and knowledge for their project. Kaye Grant remains the primary contact with all clients to ensure consistent and appropriate customer service.
“The Home Enterprise Award recognizes a woman who has developed a successful, full-time business that provides a viable product and/or service. Through her initiative and hard work, she has established a solid framework for her business and has used creative solutions to deal with the challenges of running a home enterprise. The continued viability of her business is based on a clear marketing strategy and is supported by a solid plan for growth.”