Walker Information, the Indianapolis-based customer strategy consulting firm, was named one of the "Best Small Firms to Work For" by Consulting magazine.
"Being ranked among the world's most influential consulting firms is a real testament to our people and our clients," CEO and Chairman Steve Walker said. "The relationships we have with our clients make our work challenging and rewarding, and allows our people to flourish."
Walker was specifically recognized in the areas of culture and work/life balance. Steve Walker attributes this to the deeply ingrained values instilled in the firm by its founder, Dorothy Walker.
"As leaders of a third-generation, family-owned business, my father and I have always understood the importance of culture and work/life balance, and have diligently worked to preserve the productive environment she built," Walker said.
Each year, the editors of Consulting magazine identify the best performing firms in a variety of areas important to the profession and its practitioners. This year drew the largest number of participants with 236 consultancies worldwide. The winners are split into two groups: large firms, who employ at least 500 consultants, and small firms, who employ between 20 and 499 consultants. Walker ranked twelfth overall in the small firms category.
"We believe our consultants are at their best when they are not only making a difference for our clients, but also serving their communities and enriching their family lives," Walker said.
About Walker Information
Walker is a privately held consulting firm specializing in customer and employee strategies. Helping businesses for 70 years, Walker's diverse team of consultants provides tailored, comprehensive solutions to help companies achieve their business objectives and grow shareholder value. Walker specializes in customer loyalty and related customer strategies, including innovative approaches to segmenting, valuing, obtaining, serving, and retaining customers. Walker works with some of the world's most influential businesses as well as emerging organizations of all sizes. For more information, please visit www.walkerinfo.com.