Our management consulting services focus on our clients' most critical issues and opportunities: strategy, marketing, organization, operations, and technology. We bring deep, functional expertise, but are known for our holistic perspective: we create, develop, and capture value in our niche expertise, and we have proven a multiplier effect from optimizing the sum of the parts, not just the individual pieces.
As economic, political, and demographic changes transform the sub-Saharan region, governments and private sector interests in Africa face both serious challenges and exciting opportunities. Advances in technology and healthcare, improved infrastructure, and growing young adult populations offer greater potential than ever before for many emerging markets
PATHMOS’s advisory services help leaders and policy-makers understand the challenges, define their organization’s mission and vision, and effect lasting short-term and long-term change.
PATHMOS not only helps clients to develop effective strategic initiatives and execute strategic planning exercises, but also works with clients to implement them, often embedding consultants directly into client teams. PATHMOS also works with organizations helping them optimize performance and streamline operations through organization redesign and process improvements.
PATHMOS supports managers in creating and implementing sector development plans, as well as building budget frameworks and results based-management tools for improved monitoring and evaluation of policy performance.
Throughout our client engagements, we work closely with our clients to build capabilities within organizations. PATHMOS consultants have worked with public and private sector clients in leading international consultancies, development agencies, and government organizations. Our solutions are informed by leading-edge practices but always grounded in our knowledge of local environments and needs.
Ten years on, Fed's long, strange, trip to zero redefined central banking
Whatever the acronym, when the U.S. Federal Reserve dropped its policy rate to near zero on Dec. 16, 2008, to counter a full-scale economic crisis, it ushered in what the central bank's chairman at the time, Ben Bernanke, called "the end of the old regime."
Qatar Petroleum to invest $20 billion in U.S. in major expansion
Qatar Petroleum (QP) is looking to invest at least $20 billion in the United States over the coming few years, its chief executive told Reuters, after the Gulf Arab state unexpectedly quit OPEC this month.
Wall Street looks to Fed outlook Wednesday for early Christmas gift
Investors are eager for a touch of Christmas cheer from the U.S. Federal Reserve next week, hoping for signs the central bank may ease up on interest rate hikes next year and spark a Santa Claus rally.