We work with corporate clients from across industries determined to navigate rapidly shifting dynamics and prevent operating risks.
Strategy & Execution
LDR helps clients produce results that matter, supporting corporate clients who pursue initiatives that fall beyond a traditionally defined scope of work. Our teams work closely with executives and project leaders to create solutions that meet specific requirements and objectives as they relate to real outcomes — not simply a list of deliverables.
Strategy & Development
Identify and prioritize strategies to maximize organizational growth.
Initiative Design & Execution
Build impactful initiatives to help meet your bottom line.
Operational Support & Optimization
Unlock opportunities to increase value for your business and its customers.
How We Help Clients
Establishing partnerships to enable product innovation.
Our team accelerated innovation across multiple Canadian insurance carriers to identify insurance products and sales channels for a niche market of freelance 1099 workers.
Through an explorative phase, our team determined a partnership was required to embed and make insurance products available through a freelancer operating platform. We worked with our client to source, mediate, and establish a partnership to secure additional channels to reach the freelancer market.
Optimized IT department’s operations.
We supported a global insurance company to improve their IT department’s processes to enhance operating and reporting efficiencies. By designing an innovative IT request intake
process, we streamlined delegation of tasks leading to improved response times and enhanced visibility of ongoing projects.
Tap into our subject matter expertise, directly from the pens of the people who know our industries best.
Changing decades-old formulas for infrastructure funding and how the money is distributed are not new topics for discussion. As a nation, we have been arguing over this approach for more than a generation. While the importance of infrastructure makes intense debates appropriate, one critical element of such policy is often overlooked: the role and importance of large population clusters — “megaregions” — within and between adjoining states. The infrastructure debate must start including a discussion on how to further empower regional governing bodies to effectively accelerate megaregional infrastructure projects already identified as feasible and desired in local communities.
Some cities are paving the way to getting beyond outdated governance and funding structures, creating viable alternatives to our antiquated institutions for distributing transportation resources.
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