• Who we are
  • Our Strategy
  • Our Methods

Harper & Lynch success is measured by the accomplishment of our clients. Our motto is, “think globally, but act locally”, since our broad reach across industries, functions, and geographies.
we speak our clients’ language. We live where they live. We understand their business.

Harper & Lynch is an industry-focused service in the fields of assurance, tax, human resources, transactions; performance improvement and crisis management have helped address client and stakeholder issues. Our success in meeting today's business challenges rests on the way we approach our work. We call that approach GRtc© “Generating Results in times of crisis”. We help leaders make distinctive, lasting, and substantial improvements to the performance of their organizations. We tackle their most difficult issues and serious challenges.

Our clients call us when they have something pressing on their minds—whether it is a major strategic or operational need or an organizational challenge. They look to us for honest, objective, thoughtful, and experienced advice. Our clients talk to us when they find themselves under pressure to deliver results. They call us in uncertain times. They talk to us when information is difficult to get and insights are scarce.

Sound governance and transparency form the bedrock of leadership. We are committed to serving as a force for integrity, good sense and wise solutions to the problems facing businesses and the capital markets today. Transparency and good standards are both in our clients' businesses and in our own—are central to our ability to achieve those objectives.

Harper & Lynch provides industry-focused services for public and private clients in order to build public trust and enhance value through out the main line of thought “Clients are always first”. Some of the services are, Crisis Management, strategies to develop businesses in need to manage critical events that have the potential to cause significant business interruption. Human Resources Management, recent pressure on global organisations to improve business effectiveness and minimise risk is a trend that has hit the HR function hard. The drive to improve business performance through human capital has made it critical for organisations to realise and demonstrate the value of HR policies and processes. Thus, in the last five years we have been dedicating part of our resources to coaching managerial teams. Transactions, Strategic and valuation advice, provide independent expert valuation advice for business; evaluate the financial implications, of corporate debt, restructuring, investments, mergers and joint-ventures; advise on better managing assets and large capital investments amidst increased competition, or in times of uncertainty; evaluate technical, operational, market and financial risks.

At Harper & Lynch, we think that strategy must always be alive, and a strategic planning must be kept on the move, since everything is in continuous change. As we all know, strategic planning establishes in broad terms the policies and courses of action required to achieve corporate objectives. Alternatives strategies are listed and evaluated before the final strategic plan is evolved.
Harper & Lynch has developed through years of experience the SGHS© “Strategic GH System”, which has been implemented successfully in multiple organisations, obtaining the highest results. Identifying the key issues will ensure that management does not waste time and energy on less important topics. Many different elements of strategic thinking are necessary to ensure success. We offer a comprehensive toolkit of approaches to help clients with specific needs around growth, globalization, competitive issues in the marketplace, and a number of other strategic and tactical concerns that may arise

There are many ways to conduct strategic planning. To improve the quality of the planning process is to begin it by deliberately and thoughtfully identifying and discussing the strategic issues that will have the greatest impact on future business performance.Most companies’ approach to strategy involves the mistaken assumption that a predictable path to the future can be paved from the experience of the past. In the turbulent business environment we face today, companies must let go of the notion that strategic outcomes can be predetermined and that enduring competitive advantage can be defined and achieved Instead, we define strategy as a coherent and evolving portfolio of initiatives to drive shareholder value and long-term performance. Strategy approached is by its very nature more adaptive and less dependent upon “guess.” Strategic planning processes play an important role in improving overall satisfaction with strategy development. There many services related to strategy that we offer our clients Corporate Strategy, Harper & Lynch helps the corporate centre shape the company's direction and boundaries and identify privileged capabilities and insights.

Business Strategy , Harper & Lynch works with clients to formulate strategies that take advantage of the opportunities presented in highly uncertain business environments – while also managing the risks.

Growth Strategy , Harper & Lynch has found that the most attractive, defensible, and compelling growth strategies are on the intersections of the company’s market opportunities, capabilities, and management.

Harper & Lynch’s vast experience, together with the GH method© practice, has made a major difference for organisations, establishing the system GRtc© “Generating Results in times of crisis” as part of all the working method, achieving the set goal for the management team.

Harper & Lynch' business recovery consultants are trained in the GH method© practice to rapidly identify problem areas, gain cooperation and consensus, resolve issues quickly and efficiently, and implement solutions with sensitivity and precision. Harper & Lynch' experienced teams offer a full range of recovery services, from turnaround and restructuring plans to exit strategies.

We understand, that in today's environment, businesses need to effectively manage critical events that have the potential to cause significant business interruption, thus we use the system GRtc© “Generating Results in times of crisis”, with the experienced specialists in each area of action we help you to respond to and control the situation.

When a natural or human disaster strikes, Harper & Lynch’ local teams mobilise quickly to provide a wide range of assistance. Our consultants are trained to respond to the emotional and economic turmoil that such events create, using Harper & Lynch’ “Awareness Plan©”, which consist in assuring all systems and reinforce the positive working strategies. Working with both clients and public sector resources, our professionals focus on restoring your organisation’s stability and operational integrity rapidly and cost-effectively.

In a tough economic climate, rapid market changes, new competitors, disruptive technologies, strategic errors—any or all of these can plunge a company into serious financial distress. For that, we believe that the main Key Performance Indicators, the called KPI’s, can help us to measure the damage left unaddressed, they may threaten corporate survival. Whether these factors occur in isolation or converge, they typically trigger a host of problems, including underperformance, declining earnings, and liquidity and cash-flow blockages.

Companies often exhibit symptoms of distress well before a crisis erupts. Early detection and swift, decisive action are the keys to restoring performance and value.

Professional advice is critical, through an independent business reviews, possible restructuring, assessing all options, developing a plan of actions in partnership with the management team. At Harper & Lynch, we create teams to help underperforming businesses plan and implement recovery strategies, and to optimise values by helping to design and execute plans. We are there to help you, and we work hands on. We do not prepare documents, we get involved in the work, and our aims are the same objectives as the management team.