All of our stakeholders wear many hats that often span beyond their specified roles and responsibilities. TCG’s stakeholder driven philosophy is built on critical variables that require advance planning whether the plan is tactical or strategic, advance planning is key to any successful outcome where change is required. Listening and understanding the unique and often times organic needs of our stakeholders provides us with guidance on devising individualized roadmaps for their situation or organization.  Engaging in this philosophy has provided safeguards for our stakeholders.

Theoretically an organization should have executable strategic and tactical plans for all areas of the business extending from operations to the finance department. However, more often than not we’ve determined that existing plans need to be tied to a measurable outcome and/or tangible result.

​Our stakeholder driven philosophy assists in streamlining all plans, goals and initiatives in order to realize organizational development and efficiencies.
  • Multimedia Directors
  • Political Strategist
  • Publicist
  • Public Affairs Directors
  • Public Relations Directors Presidents and VPs
  • Producers
  • Talent Coordinators
  • Telecommunications Directors
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Marketing Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Chief Operations Officers
  • Communications Directors
  • Digital Communications Directors
  • Directors of Acquisition
  • Directors of Administration
  • Directors of Strategic Planning
  • Information Assurance Directors​
  • Information Security Directors
  • Information Systems Directors
  • Information Technology Directors
  • Marketing Directors

A Stakeholder Driven Philosophy

“Focused on the vision and mission of our customers”

Today’s stakeholders are faced with many obstacles whether they have a vested interest in expanding their IT Enterprise on shoe string budget or engaging in new communications methodologies in order to meet the demands of  their internal and external customers or change.  For the most part the real kicker is often the unforeseen requirement that shows up on their desk on a Friday afternoon at 4p.m.Tyler Consulting Group supports a dynamic pool of stakeholders within the public and private sectors, they include but are not limited to: