Your people are your best asset. We can help make them even better. 

At Stroud, our mission is to make the world significantly better at solving tough problems, and we've helped countless organizations drastically improve the problem solving abilities of their people. We do this in two ways: by cultivating beliefs and behaviors that are critical to making headway on the toughest problems, and by developing a toolkit of methodologies to overcome any obstacles.

For over 15 years, Stroud has used these same tools and applied these same behaviors to solve some of the most difficult problems faced by organizations across numerous industries, from consumer packaged goods to energy and mining. The approaches we teach can be applied to help achieve step-improvements in organizational performance and redefine what an organization believes is possible. Our Case Studies provide descriptions of some of the real-world problems we have been able to permanently solve in a matter of days and weeks, not months.  

We offer open-enrollment workshops for individuals and small groups at locations across North America and Europe. For more information on the workshops we offer and our currently-scheduled programs, please see the course descriptions and event listings below.

In addition, for groups from a single organization, we can build a customized program that works best for you and your people. This can include a mix of customized workshops, one-on-one coaching, and on-site analysis to help jump-start any problem solving initiative. For information on building a customized plan to meet your business needs, please get in touch with us.

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Note: If you have a large group of 10 or more individuals interested in one of our courses, we can schedule a session specifically for you. Please contacT Us for more information.


Stop Guessing Online Workshop - September 2017

In September 2017 we will release a 3-hour online workshop that helps you deepen and expand your understanding of the behaviors of great problem solvers. Stay tuned!