Rittenhouse Rankings works with Fortune 500 companies to strengthen execution and financial performance. L.J. Rittenhouse coaches corporate teams to identify blind spots and create trust-building stakeholder communication and action strategies.
Rittenhouse’s new book, Investing Between the Lines, (McGraw 2013), reports on companies that lead with Candor and those which have not. It was endorsed by Warren Buffett in his 2013 shareholder letter.
The Rittenhouse Rankings MODEL OF A SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS illustrates the relationships among the seven key corporate systems required for superior performance.
Like other business models The Rittenhouse Rankings model includes Strategy, Leadership, Vision, and Stakeholder Relationships systems. Unlike other models, it introduces Accountability, Capital Stewardship and Candor as additional performance drivers. This revolutionary model has been adopted by Fortune 500 and small cap companies to create value-creating strategies, communications and results.
Legendary investor and Vanguard founder Jack Bogle compared the Rittenhouse Rankings model which puts Capital Stewardship at the heart of a business to the Copernican breakthrough showing the true position of the sun.
Clients use the model to quickly diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of the execution expected from each system. The topics that define each system pinpoint corporate vulnerabilities that require strategic interventions.