What are some of the workplace industry’s most respected professionals saying about Stegmeier Consulting Group?
- “Stegmeier’s landmark findings on workplace behavior in the corporate setting will prove vital in determining workplace strategy over the next ten years.” Dr. Prentice Knight, former CEO of CoreNet Global
- “Without [Stegmeier], I don’t think that we would have been successful.” Kim Looby, VP HR Business Partnerships, Iron Mountain.
Click play in the video box below to view an interview with Kim’s on the importance of workplace flexibility at Iron Mountain & to learn about how SCG played an integral part in establishing the “Mobile Mountaineer Program.” The interview was conducted by WorldatWork after Kim co-presented a case study on the program with SCG’s Matthew Stegmeier at the Total Rewards Conference in May, 2014.
- “I have worked with SCG for many years and they have knocked it out of the ballpark on every project with me. I place my highest trust and confidence that they are the best resource out there.” Dr. Mike O’Neill, Senior Research Strategist, Haworth
- “Stegmeier is clearly one of the thought leaders in the workplace community that understands the strategic role of place and the critical need to align it with business strategy.” Marc S. Liciardello, Vice President Corporate Services, ARAMARK
- “Stegmeier is an innovative thought leader in the workplace community” Kevin Powell, Director of Research, U.S. General Services Administration, GSA WorkPlace 20\20
- “Stegmeier is a consummate workspace specialist. Their creativeness, attention to detail, and ability to explain complex concepts in lay terms enabled our organization to make a seamless transition from traditional space to a full open space environment.” George Council, Vice President Strategic Sourcing and Acquisition Integration, AlliedBarton Security Services
- “Stegmeier Consulting Group takes a truly comprehensive approach to understanding the business barriers to the successful implementation of physical space design–whether the workplace strategy is focused on cost reduction, supports the blended workforce resulting from a recent merger, centers on attracting and retaining talent, or aims at accommodating the multigenerational workforce. The Critical Influence methodology identifies areas of resistance to change and addresses them, enabling the architectural and design firm to do what they do best–create the appropriate workplace solution.” Greg Bendis, global real estate strategist & Founder of Reviticell
- “Stegmeier is first rate, insightful, and informative. Innovations in Office Design: The Critical Influence Approach to Effective Work Environments is THE workplace professional’s reference guide. Stegmeier’s 15 Critical Influences are tantamount to the Holy Grail of effective workplace transformation! Recognized authorities on managing change initiatives.” R. J. Brennan, formerly with IA Interior Architects
- “Stegmeier is a great strategist who understands clearly how to get to the objective. A team-oriented collaborator and a joy to work with!” Collin Burry FIIDA, Principal, Gensler
- “I have worked with Stegmeier on several occasions– a broad understanding of the workplace and much valued fertile, inquisitive minds.” Erik Sueberkrop, chairman, Studios Architecture
- “Stegmeier is an excellent resource for anyone looking to organize their existing facility footprint to maximize their organizational needs. Dynamic speakers and motivator who enlighten and inspire real estate and facility professionals to understand today’s creative office environment.” Ted Coene, President, Owner, Group C Communications, Inc.
- “Stegmeier has a wonderful ability to share the firm’s research and passion about the workplace with many people. They can reach out to the decision makers as well as the people that are directly impacted by the changed workplace. When a company makes a decision to change the physical aspects of the workplace, they would be well advised to seek Stegmeier’s help in fully understanding the physical as well as cultural changes that need to take place to make the change a positive experience for all involved.” Joyce Smith, LEED AP, National Accounts Director, CRESA Partners
- “Stegmeier is truly professional in all elements of understanding the human behaviors associated with being successful in leveraging change. I have attended several of their presentations and have followed the book over the years. I would recommend Stegmeier to those who need direction and consulting services in these areas.” Don A. Reitano CFM, Director Corporate Operations, Alkermes, Inc.
- “Stegmeier has truly given us a reference book to work with and look at the way a facility is designed. Once you read through the book you will discover that it is based on hard facts and research and not just theories. It has become a tool for the trade.” Alice Hogueisson, CFM, CFMJ, U.S. Director of Facilities, Daniel J. Edelman, Inc.
- “I read Innovations in Office Design over the weekend and found it to be one of the best industry books I’ve read.” Steve Delfino, V.P., Corporate Marketing & Product Management, Teknion Corporation
- “As Director of IFMA’s special interest groups (councils & communities of practice), we depend on our volunteer members on many different levels. Stegmeier has dedicated hours of time and talents to the association as volunteer leaders and presenters. Their presentations to councils and chapters always hit the mark and members leave with new and useful knowledge. Stegmeier’s dedication to IFMA and the Facility Management profession are of the highest order, and we are proud to not only call them members, but part of the IFMA family.” Jeffrey J. Tafel, CAE, Director, Councils and Communities of Practice, International Facility Management Association
- “Experienced workplace experts with excellent competencies for supporting organisations in change processes.” Suvi Nenonen, Research Manager, Helsinki University of Technology
- “Stegmeier is an incredibly insightful and creative team member. They add real value when we work together and is a strong advocate for the needs of clients. A true expert in the area of Corporate Change Management.” Joe Feldkamp, former Director of Corporate Workplace, Hixson – Architects, Engineers, Interiors
- “Stegmeier’s book and presentations are insightful additions to the understanding of how the workplace is evolving. They have a keen command of the workplace and its organizational challenges and offers ideas and solutions. I recommend Stegmeier for consulting in change management and organizational effectiveness.” Patricia S. Algiers, ASID, CNU-Accredited Member, President, Chemistry in Place Design
- “Today’s and tomorrow successful companies understand the importance of increasing productivity by improving the collaboration workspace. It is critical that management implements effective workplace strategies for the increasing diverse workforce. Stegmeier’s “Innovations in Office Design” is a practical approach to understanding why change management is absolutely critical to implementing a successful alternative workspace environment. If you believe an effective work environment is critical, this book is an essential tool to achieving your success.” Rick Boyink, Boyink Mullin Consulting
- “I had the good fortune to hear Stegmeier speak at NeoCon, and I was very impressed with the poise, knowledge, and practical understanding of current workplace issues. I found the consultant to be fascinating–yet approachable. The presentation covered a very complex subject, and put the information into very digestible terms. Since that experience, I have recommended Stegmeier for a number of our company’s events. True professionals with a genuine interest in sharing the vast amount of knowledge the firm has accumulated.” Heidi Schwartz, Editor, Today’s Facility Manager Magazine
- “Attending NeoCon to identify the latest in alternative workplace design theories as a method for organizational culture change, I found Stegmeier’s presentation highly relevant to our needs, and found the firm’s theories to be more fully encompassing of the business environment in ways that are inherent to large corporations, but often not understood by architects and interior designers. I have found Stegmeier’s ability to connect with an audience particularly skillful, whether engaging with small or large groups. The firm is adept with the concepts of change management with a strong understanding of human psychology, business management processes, and how the workplace design impacts both. A unique and valuable combination of knowledge.” Sarah Cooke, formerly Workplace Innovation Strategist, Dell Inc.