ABOUT US:

Mavendog, LLC is a management consulting company headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Our consulting operation offers specialized project management, change management, and analytical services.

➤ Our Mission

Our mission is to help clients get through tough projects. We get to the root of the challenge, resolve core issues, and then get out of the way.  Every company aspires to deliver projects with routine, factory-like precision. But let’s face it – there will still be projects that are square pegs and do not fit into the round holes. Our Mavendog founder has made a career out of those square pegs, and now has built a company that excels at delivering them.

➤ Our Philosophy:

Mavendog’s philosophy is rooted in a strong-matrixed leadership perspective. It is meant for clients who need mature, experienced leaders who can make the right choices at the right time. While other firms prefer more generic, high volume staffing models (offshoring; outsourcing; managed services), Mavendog is more surgical. We see singular project leaders and small specialist teams as the better answer.

➤ Our "MAVENDOG" Name:

Maven (pronounced "mey-vuhn") is another word for a specialist. The Mavendog name is inspired by one of our past clients, who called every initiative he sponsored a dog of a project. The dog suffix stuck for our team, and the MAVENDOG name was born. It captures the company's more gritty nature, whether referring to our team, or the dog of a project we are asked to tame. 

 

Mavendog's tagline is "THE SPEC OPS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT". We are an unconventional, specialized leadership asset when it comes to project delivery. We take on challenges a regular “army” can’t handle, especially projects that are holding up strategic goals.

Mavendog's tagline is "THE SPEC OPS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT". We are an unconventional, specialized leadership asset when it comes to project delivery. We take on challenges a regular “army” can’t handle, especially projects that are holding up strategic goals.


The most effective way to do it, is to do it.”
— AMELIA EARHART