The LLM Solution
We believe in partnering companies throughout their transformational journey. We are the first and only company in Asia that offers a total solution to drive sustainable transformation through three distinct and yet connected offerings – digital disruption strategies (Disruption Management), refreshing and expanding your talent resource (Executive Search) and people & change management initiatives (Transition Management). Our solutions are designed to positively impact stakeholders in the long run.
“The formation of Lim-Loges & Masters was first considered about seven years ago when companies hired for change. In many cases, ‘change managers’ was a common term bandied about and used interchangeably with successful growth and innovation. With so many global companies, Asia was in a hurry to contribute actively to 25-30% of each company’s revenues. The West was seeing little growth and the new frontier of Asia was exciting for many. We didn’t manifest into a company then, as Asia Pacific was busy recruiting only for the short term. Injecting new talent into organizations was a quick solution to bring in change.
Increasingly today, companies are asking for sustainable change. Since 2012, Asia Pacific has slowed down and talent needed to be incrementally productive and creative. We see the emergence of disruptive solutions that challenge the old. Sustainable change requires each company to transform themselves to see the world through different eyes, to look at risk differently and provide opportunities in Asia that impacts the world. Asia need no longer be an extension of the West. In June 2016, Lim-Loges & Masters was formed to partner companies and individuals.
We are all about transforming companies, transforming careers.” Lelia Lim-Loges, Managing Partner
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