What makes Rally MG unique?
For one, we are not conformists. Instead, we ask difficult questions to discover NEW insights. In business, we believe you must stand out or you’ll be destined to be mediocre at best. This is especially true in Service Based Businesses where relationships and distinctive thinking are your best tools for helping customers choose your business over another.
We have spent much time thinking about what we believe deeply and have added the most important concepts below so you (our prospective customers and future employees, alike) can determine if Rally MG is compatible with your view of the world and how business should be achieved.
We are NOT for everyone. No apologies. Strong beliefs and opinions are a MUST to stand out in the crowd.
Our Core Beliefs
Just say NO to
If you’re like us, doing something just because “it’s how we’ve always done it” makes you want to vomit and, inevitably, encourages you to dig deeper to understand “why” and find a better way forward.
We prefer to ask tough questions that seek to discover what truly needs to be achieved and challenge our team to find novel and unconventional solutions.
Business is NOT
We believe in a win-win kind of world.
The notion that someone has to lose for us to win is not only wrong, it’s downright stupid. That mindset breeds paranoia and steals focus away from maximizing value for clients and employees alike - the very reason for businesses to exist in the first place.
We are laser focused on building lasting relationships and this can only be achieved by pursuing solutions that benefit everyone involved.
Okay; probably a bit much, but we still don’t like them.
They were never a good idea for professionals yet have spread like a disease over the past century — causing a misguided focus on time instead of value and massive misalignment within an untold number of client-firm relationships.
Still not convinced? Check out our post on Why timesheets hurt more than they help for more perspective.
to be here
We believe employees are one of the most precious resources in Service Based Businesses. If we don’t take care of them, they will leave. And, so will a boat load of tacit knowledge.
It’s not enough to merely satisfy their needs; we should be looking at the relationship just like we do for customers — striving to create something genuine, long lasting, and that which exceeds expectations.
In our experience, when you treat your employees well, that builds a culture you can be proud of and, ultimately, your customers benefit as well.
Efficiency is a word that we all hear endless times on a typical day, however, being effective doesn’t seem to be as highly prized. Said another way, we’d rather perform a list of tasks as efficiently as possible rather than stop to determine which, if any, truly add value.
We believe the typical Service Based Business is so bogged down in routine task mastering and chasing billable hours that little effort is invested to evaluate which tasks have a bearing on customers and, ultimately, the company’s profit potential.