Grundman Advisory is a professional services firm that helps executives in public, private, and non-profit enterprises make good strategic choices.
Good strategic choices flow from a vision for how an enterprise will grow its value to the entire community of stakeholders in its success. These choices orient the enterprise on specific objectives and identify the who, what, where, when, and how of their achievement. The discipline of strategic choice also involves setting goals by which to measure and manage progress toward the realization of the enterprise’s vision over time.
Grundman Advisory’s approach to helping clients adopt this discipline employs a rigorous toolbox of economics, finance, and organizational behavior leavened by practical experience making and managing strategy in complex enterprises. This approach engages a network of subject-matter experts that Grundman Advisory can bring to bear on the particulars of a client’s context. Clients value Grundman Advisory for the personal attention, quality of ideas, and integrity of processes that distinguish its work.
Host Vago Muradian gets Steve Grundman out over his skis by asking questions about the Navy collision report, tax policy, and Asian security, on the Defense & Aerospace Business Report podcast. 7 November 2017
On the 23 October podcast of Vago Muradian's Defense & Aerospace Business Report, Steve Grundman talks about the US mission in Niger, Airbus's investment in Bombardier's C-series aircraft, and the appointment of Eric Chewning as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense. 23 October 2017
On this week's Defense & Aerospace Business Report podcast, Steve Grundman posits his now/next/next-gen theory of defense planning, and offers his observations on USD(AT&L) Ellen Lord's comments at AUSA. 19 October 2017
This week on @vagomuradian's Defense & Aerospace Business Report podcast, Steve Grundman, Byron Callan, and Todd Harrison discuss North Korea/missile defense, SecDef Mattis's priorities, and Raytheon. 14 August 2017