Portland, Oregon

With big city amenities and a small town vibe, Portland, OR is a natural hub for entrepreneurship and growing businesses. With the expansion of The Rose City’s economy, our Partners, Mike and Ashleigh Gunter, saw an opportunity to bring a fresh approach to Portland’s consulting market built upon true partnership with clients and meaningful engagement in the community. 

In 2011, The Gunter Group was born. It didn’t take long for our listen-first philosophy to catch on. From strategy development and program leadership to change management and technology implementation, our range of services helps organizations and individuals lead transformation and build an effective and engaged workforce that gets results. With proven track records in consumer goods, retail, technology, health care, government, energy, education, and more, our team of consultants represent a diverse range of skills and experience. The Gunter Group offers a full suite of management consulting and enterprise solutions for public and private sector clients throughout the greater Portland area.

Office Location

The Gunter Group
4380 SW Macadam Ave, Suite 121
Portland, OR 97239

 

Contact Us

Phone Number: (971) 373-8987

Email: info@guntergroupconsulting.com

TGG RELEASES NEW COMPANY VIDEO

By melissa |

As part of our recognition as one of the nation’s Best Small Firms to Work For by Consulting Magazine, we put together this short video summarizing our unique, “listen first” approach and showcasing some of the people and values that make The Gunter Group such a rewarding place to work.

December 10, 2019 read more

CAREERS IN CONSULTING: A RECAP

By Catherine Parkay |

Last week, The Gunter Group joined a panel of management consultants to speak to a group of Portland State University business students. We owe much of our success to the encouragement of mentors over the years, so we welcome any chance to pay it forward. The future business leaders and problem solvers we met at PSU represented an impressive and thoughtful group of engaged and motivated students. For those unable to attend, we wanted to capture some of the themes and advice from the panel and invite ongoing discussion with anyone considering a career in consulting.

November 21, 2019 read more

UPCOMING PORTLAND EVENT: APPLYING AGILE TO THE NON-IT PARTS OF YOUR BUSINESS

By melissa |

Join Matt Jamison, TGG’s Tech Practice Leader, at November’s Agile PDX event as he explores how agile concepts offer a fresh approach to building bridges between strategy, processes, and the realization of business goals. Matt provides examples that illustrate how agile can spill over the boundaries of tech into non-IT parts of the business, providing use cases from HR.

November 18, 2019 read more

CELEBRATING OUR VETERANS

By Catherine Parkay |

Veteran’s Day at The Gunter Group is pretty special. You see, 16% of our current employees are veterans so odds are good we have a front row seat for the incredible skills and experience they bring to their work as management consultants. When we say, “Thank you for your service,” to our friends and colleagues, we could just as easily be referencing their most recent success with a client or how they stepped up to lend a hand with our last project.

November 11, 2019 read more

THE WORLD NEEDS GOOD CHANGE MANAGERS

By Stephen Bacon and Josh Bathon |

Change management is the study of human behavior. Human beings hate change, yet change is unavoidable. As professionals in change management, we bring a people-centered approach to our work. This is undeniably good for business, as evidenced by a flourishing market of change management consultants and frameworks.

November 7, 2019 read more

THE ADVENTURES OF A GENERALIST

By Josh Bathon |

At TGG, we’re generalists. Our consultants come from different backgrounds: some come from healthcare or finance, others come straight from the military or academia. Every consultant at TGG has a unique background, and we bring these backgrounds to our work, no matter the client or industry.

October 30, 2019 read more