Adizes Institute Opens New Offices in Mexico and Kazakhstan

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The Adizes Institute, a network of highly trained certified professionals working worldwide with clients that range from the Global 100 to middle market companies, start-ups, and governments, has announced the opening of new offices in Monterrey, Mexico and Astana, Kazakhstan.

The Adizes Institute, a network of highly trained certified professionals working worldwide with clients that range from the Global 100 to middle market companies, start-ups, and governments, has announced the opening of new offices in Monterrey, Mexico and Astana, Kazakhstan. The offices were added to accommodate in these countries the rapid growth of organizations implementing the Adizes Program for Organizational Transformation that yields exceptional sustainable results.

The Adizes Institute is currently headquartered in Santa Barbara County and has offices around the globe, including Russia, India, Israel, Croatia, Brazil, and more.

“The Adizes Institute is experiencing brisk growth and our customer base is increasing significantly,” said Dr. Ichak Kalderon Adizes, CEO and Founder of the Adizes Institute. “The countries of Mexico and Kazakhstan are expanding at a substantial rate that requires office space and administrative support staff to serve our existing and new clients. We look forward to continuing to expand the awareness of the Adizes Methodology around the world.”

Additional information about the Adizes offices, certified Associates and the Methodology can be found at http://www.adizes.com.

About Adizes:
At Adizes, our mission is to improve the practice of management. Since 1971, working with clients in 73 countries that range from the Global 100 to middle market companies, start-ups, and governments, we have pursued this calling, transforming organization but unlike traditional management consultants who provide answers, we provide powerful concepts, methods and tools so that CEOs and their management teams apply those tools by themselves. Adizes brings a highly collaborative, common-sense approach that deeply engages top management and employees at all levels, harnesses conflict constructively, and builds a strong and pervasive corporate culture of mutual trust and respect. Find out more by visiting http://www.adizes.com.

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