“It is very satisfying when your firm culture drives company mandates and not the other way around." Karen Moree
Plano, Texas (PRWEB) November 21, 2014
For the second consecutive year AustinCSI, a Plano-based management consulting firm, was honored by The Dallas Morning News in its annual ranking of the Top 100 Places to Work. This list is reflective of a firm’s values, execution, leadership, and culture. As voted on by active employees, AustinCSI ranked #28 in the small business category for 2014.
Karen Moree and Rizwan Sheikh, the firm’s managing partners, have an uncompromising approach to ethics and company culture as emblematized in the firm’s founding principles: Care, service, and integrity. “For AustinCSI to be chosen as a top place to work for a second consecutive year is truly an honor,” said co-founder Karen Moree. “It is very satisfying when your firm culture drives company mandates and not the other way around."
AustinCSI was founded in 2007 and has since been bestowed numerous honors and awards in recognition of their rapid growth and a steadfast commitment to diversity, company culture and ethics. Industries served include telecommunications, healthcare services, consumer goods and financial services.
AustinCSI is a specialized management consulting firm founded by industry-recognized practitioners determined to introduce a simplified approach to solving business problems. AustinCSI offers a complete range of consulting services in the following areas of specialization: project & portfolio management, software quality management and customer experience management. Clients, including startups and Fortune 500 companies, often turn to AustinCSI as trusted advisors to provide objective perspectives, stretch conventional thinking and achieve sustainable results. From day one, AustinCSI made a conscious decision to establish a collaborative culture based on integrity and social responsibility.
Top 100 Places to Work Methodology:
Anyone — an assembly worker, the CEO, a customer, vendor or someone who admires the company from afar — can nominate any organization. To enter, a company must agree to provide email access to each of its employees or to distribute surveys and return envelopes. At least 35 percent of a company’s employees must respond to the survey to qualify; employees remain anonymous throughout the process.
About Top 100 places to Work:
WorkplaceDynamics was established in 2006 and partners leading publishers such as the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, and Atlanta Journal-Constitution to produce regional Top Places to Work lists. The Dallas Morning News contest is one of the most competitive of the 40-plus regions surveyed by WorkplaceDynamics. According to CEO Doug Claffey, “Many companies that didn’t make our list would be Top 100 workplaces just about anywhere else.”