Building businesses that last.

What we do

MyValueTree.com is a consulting practice that leads large-scale institutional change within business and social systems. We ensure long-term institutional viability and increasing value for all stakeholders by establishing infrastructure capable of delivering sustainable performance improvements. Simply stated, everyone wins when we build businesses that last.
The ValueTree™ is a proprietary tool that drives all engagements. The ValueTree™ is a graphical representation of how money flows through the business on one page. It is designed to help people understand the interconnections and inter-relationships of money and what drives improvements in the value of a business.
For 30 years we have created cultures built on World-class Operating Principles and World-class Social Principles. The ValueTree™ is the tool used to tie all activities together and ensure institutional health. The ValueTree™ team is a resource primarily focused on improving the six elements of the Strategic Integration Model and the capabili-ties of the people managing it.
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January 2016

Hartford Courant

“Our goal now is to reposition ourselves so we can maximize our time together. … Our enjoyment is doing cool projects in cool places with cool people,” Alden says.
Their presentations include “Change Management,” “Strategic Planning,” “Management Development,” and one of their favorites, “Critical Thinking,” which focuses on the way one process data.