About Rothman Consulting Group, Inc.

Please contact me if you have questions. My email is jr at jrothman dot com.

People know me as the “Pragmatic Manager.” I provide frank advice—often with a little humor—for your tough problems. I suggest you think about your context, because your circumstances are unique. I help leaders and managers do reasonable things that work.

I write an email newsletter, the Pragmatic Manager,  two blogs on jrothman.com, and a personal blog on createadaptablelife.com with its own newsletter. Please take a look and sign up for the newsletters. I write articles for all kinds of places, including Better Software, IEEE Software, and Cutter IT Journal to name just three. I’ve keynoted on five continents. I’m not sure I want to go to Antarctica.

I can help you create projects, teams, and organizations that work.

See my books page for the up to date list of all my books.

I publish a close-to-monthly email newsletter, The Pragmatic Manager. I hope you decide to subscribe. I never sell my list. I’m lucky if I can manage one email a month.

Please visit the Services page for more details on the services I can provide to your organization.

I’m very proud of my testimonials. Some of my clients have been with me since I started my consulting business.

My brief resume has highlights from my experience and education.

Why Group?

Rothman Consulting Group, Inc. is a woman-owned small business. (Just in case that matters to you.)

I incorporated in 1994. I have a virtual team of other consultants. When a client needs more than what one of us can offer, we work together.

When I started my company, I originally envisioned a group of consultants working under one company name. After I incorporated, I realized that I could sell services for a group, or sell and deliver with a virtual team. I chose the virtual team. I didn’t change the company name, because you still receive the benefit of my virtual team, even if we don’t all work for the same-named company.