InContext Strategy spends most of its time working with small- and medium-sized organizations. We help them analyze how work tasks are being done (who, what, when, how). We then make specific recommendations for improvement and ultimately help them get their work done faster, easier and for less money. Then we put it all to paper so that when somebody quits, the organization doesn't come to a screeching halt. Our basic premise is that Context is Everything, but we don't use that as a slogan.
We spend a lot of time putting together process flow maps, e.g. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flowchart and work instructions.
In 'household' terms - we are the people who come to your house, watch where you sit, walk, read and eat, watch what you carry around with you, etc., then we move your couch to the right an inch and your table to the left. All of a sudden you're not stubbing your toe when you run to answer the phone and your friends don't bang their shins on the corner of the table when they stretch out on your chair.
We do the same things for organizations. We review how they get things done, who does what and when, then we suggest taking two tasks from one person, one from another and then assign all three tasks to another person. All of a sudden, the important things are getting done and everybody is happier.
We help organizations do what they do, only better and for less.