Booz Allen Unveils New Approach to Address Reform; Angela Zutavern Comments

BoozAllenLogoBooz Allen Hamilton has rolled out a program designed to help enterprises deal with what Angela Zutavern, vice president and Strategic Innovation Group  leader, terms as the “new normal” of constant change associated with reforms and compliance.

The Reform service includes strategies intended to provide guidance on how to implement the required changes while still keeping sight of agency missions and goals, the company said Monday.

“Implementing legislation, executive orders and new visions from leadership seems overwhelming but it has become the new normal, and it can be an opportunity for organizations and agencies to create competitive advantages and excel, ” said Zutavern, vice president and leader in the firm’s strategic innovation group.

According to the company, the consultation approach urges leaders to ask the questions and determine the actions they need to address governmental reforms, as well as present reform as an avenue of growth rather than just a challenge.

It said Reform also forces enterprises to look at how they manage resources and better perceive the consequences of their decisions.

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