• ”It would be difficult to overstate the impact of the work done by McLagan for SAB Ltd (now SABMiller). ... it led to coherence, of culture and purpose, and was also liberating. Twenty years later, all round the worldand in a company which is ten times the size it was then, Pat’s concepts, principles and language are still in explicit everyday use. They have withstood continual re-examination, rediscovery and redefinition. Other tools and systems … have been layered on top, but none of these would have taken root without the basic underpinning, and context-setting, of Pat’s work (and wisdom).”

    Former Chairman,
    SABMiller

  • “Pat McLagan’s dynamic leadership and know-how helped us construct, launch and maintain an initiative committed to providing better customer service to our citizens. The success of the Customer Service initiative was a significant part of Georgia’s rapid rise in the PEW state grading system from C+ to A- in just 5 years, making us one of the top three best managed States in the Union, and it remains to this day one of the accomplishments of which I am most proud.”

    The Honorable Sonny Perdue
    Governor, State of Georgia 2002-2010

  • ”When the Defense Intelligence Agency decided to create an integrated Human Capital Organization, I turned to Pat McLagan to help guide the implementation team. In 100 days Pat did the impossible, facilitating and mentoring the leadership team to consensus – minimizing disruptions to existing core functions while creating a more integrated and strategically focused Directorate..”

    John S. Allison, Jr., Chief Human Capital Officer
    (2005-2010) Defense Intelligence Agency

  • “Pat’s leadership was instrumental in negotiating and facilitating what is clearly the most profound and important collaborative working relationship between the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the NIH, key Malian government leaders, and executives of Bamako University. Her keen understanding of the African culture, international business relationships and US Government politics were instrumental in guiding all parties....This effort was the first of its kind and Pat’s contributions have had a profound impact on NIAID’s ability to conduct and further research capacity globally.”

    Lynn C. Hellinger, Former Associate Director for Management and Operations,
    NIAID, NIH; Vice President and Principal of mPower, Inc.