Trium Announces Three New Partners

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The Trium Group, a boutique management consulting firm that specializes in strategy at the intersection of leadership and culture, recently announced its three newest partners: Monica Chi, Shani Harmon, and Brad Sutton.

All three were promoted from within after delivering success on multiple client engagements and earning meaningful client praise along the way.

“Trium believes that the proof is in the performance, and Monica, Shani and Brad each proved themselves to be immensely valuable to me, the rest of our team, and the organizations we serve around world,” said Andrew Blum, CEO and Managing Partner at Trium. “I am now delighted to see them take on new leadership and new challenges in the Partner role.”

Details on the firm’s three newest partners:

Monica Chi focuses on strategy clarification, organizational development, leadership alignment and team performance. She offers additional perspective from earlier work at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and as a consultant in Accenture’s change management group.

Shani Harmon focuses on strategy setting, organizational enabling and effective execution. She also brings expertise from prior work as an advertising executive with Leo Burnett USA and as a consultant in Monitor Group’s organizational practice.

Brad Sutton focuses on executive team development, corporate & operating strategy and post-merger management. He tackles these areas with experience gleaned during work at McKinsey & Company, the U.S project planning software. Department of State, Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette (now part of Credit Suisse) and Goldman Sachs.

Additional information about these Trium leaders and other members of Trium’s exceptional team can be found here.

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