Insights Success magazine named Galt & Company one of the 50 fastest-growing consultant companies in the world and it’s easy to see why when looking at the success and reputation of the advisory firm.
Galt and Company is not well known to the general public but it has had an outsized impact on the thinking and performance of some of the largest corporations. Companies like Caterpillar, Clorox, Coca-Cola, Abbott Laboratories, Gillette and others.
Scott Gillis, Joe Shalleck and Lee Mergy, co-founders of Galt & Company and their partners, help clients do what very few of their competitors can, and that’s consistently deliver total shareholder returns in the top quarter of their industry peer group. The firm works with its clients to develop the strategies and organizational capabilities needed to improve cash flow growth and shareholder value. As a result of their work, Galt’s clients deliver at least 50% greater shareholder returns than their industry peers.
Chief Executives of these companies are not hesitant to comment on the value of partnering with Galt.
“Galt & Company partners are different from other top management advisors — they deliver results, not just recommendations. They have had a tremendous impact on our results and an enduring impact on our organization’s capabilities.” – Travis Engen, former CEO, Alcan and ITT Industries
“The members of Galt & Company led a process with my team at Clorox, to create the strategies, capabilities and incentives that have driven excellent results – over the last three years our total shareholder returns have been 45% vs. 10% for the S&P 500.” – Don Knauss, former Chairman, CEO, Clorox
“Jim Kilts, Chairman and CEO is a friend of mine who has turned around several companies. I asked him how he did this and he mentioned that he used a particular firm, Galt & Company. Last fall we hired Galt & Company to look at our overall strategy … their insights were non-intuitive and highly impactful.” – John Allison, former Chairman and CEO, BB&T and former Chairman of CATO Institute