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RICHARD HENRY GROUP
ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF
ITS NEWLY DEVELOPED
WEBSITE

Richard Henry Group, a
northeast Ohio business
development and turnaround
advising firm, announces the
launch of its new website.  The
website has been created to
reflect Richard Henry Group’s
organizational culture, strategy,
and uniqueness.  The website
may also be used as a
resource tool by Richard Henry
Group’s referral partners and
its current and prospective
clients.  www.RHGsolutions.
com provides visitors with case
studies, a news archive, and
the most recent news about
the company.  The website has
been developed and
maintained by
COSMIN
Consulting.  Richard Henry
Group would like to invite
interested parties to visit its
newly developed website and
submit their feedback.
CHANGES IN THE MANAGEMENT

At Richard Henry Group we consider that management change can begin and
be achieved only when the leadership of the company acknowledges that
organizational change is necessary.  Within this process an ambiguous
situation often develops.  On one side the president or the CEO is reluctant to
relinquish control and on the other side serving managers, who are willing to
implement change, often lack the credibility or skills to turn the company
around.  When the size of the company allows for a board of directors, the
board must initiate management change.  In cases when a smaller size
company is in distress, the president and top managers must accept for
themselves the challenge of learning what change is needed and how to
implement it.