Gregg Rennie

Gregg Rennie

Helping businesses be more profitable and successful

In person: New Haven, CT

Skype: gregg41north

1-866-511-1898 x2267


Business hours (ET). By appointment.

    Key clients

General Electric               

Areas of expertise

More profits, Running your business, Teamwork

Professional summary

Gregg is Founder and Principal Consultant of The 41 North Group. He has a long career of questioning the status quo and helping companies be more successful and maximize their revenues and profits by helping them make sure their strategy is sound, their processes are efficient and effective and above all their employees, and leaders, are dedicated and happy.

"I’m grateful that I've been able to make successful contributions to many organizations" including General Electric, Electric Boat, General Dynamics, UnitedHealthcare, the US Dept of State, the US Navy and Computer Sciences Corp as well as many smaller companies. His years as a Manager and Change Agent at GE were the result of questioning the status quo and gave him much of the experience he relies on today. Specialties have included solving many organizational and process problems, including building two world class customer contact centers and working with the Presidents and Boards of mid-size companies to expand their business.

He has accomplished many strategic projects including a large technology implementation for a major aerospace manufacturer (resulting in 3 promotions) a worldwide roll-out for the US Dept of State and an innovative solution to a problem for the US Navy supporting the strategic submarine fleet. The ability to accomplish these ventures in a novel way was what led too much of their success and help them stand out from other solutions. He has successfully helped organizations through major downsizing and helped start-ups grow over 50% a year while maintaining employee morale.
He welcomes the opportunity to integrate his degrees in accounting, management and information technology with his experience as a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Business Process Management Professional to help others.

His goal is to use his unique experience to help manufacturers, and small companies, be as successful as they can while maintaining high employee and LEADER morale.

Engagement overview

Engagements begin with a thorough discussion with a business executive regarding the areas they want to address and their key areas of concern. Engagements generally involve developing a strategic plan or updating and communicating it if one exists. Then we develop methods to attain those goals. Often times process improvement or documentation is involved as well addressing teamwork areas to develop engaged employees who are committed to their organization.


• General Electric
• U.S. Department of State
• U.S. Navy
• Gould Insurance Group
• Electric Boat Corp.
• Numerous small and mid-size companies in many industries.