Culture & Training

Pareto Optimality – A measure of efficiency modeled by 19th century economist Francis Edgeworth: the point at which all parties benefit as much as possible without anyone being made worse off. 

Edgeworth culture is rooted in the idea of pareto optimality–ensuring that as a team, we put our people and our clients in better positions at no individual expense. This means we are committed to making sure our professionals have access to the tools and opportunities to grow, can achieve a positive work-life balance, and find their work to be challenging.

At the same time, we hold ourselves to high standards to deliver the best possible service and results to our clients and to support and advance Edgeworth’s vision. All of our people are guided by 10 core behaviors that make our firm and work the best they can be:

  • Focus on the Client 
  • Technical Skills
  • Quality Workmanship
  • Effective Communication
  • Accountability
  • Project Leadership and Organization
  • Thought Leadership
  • Teamwork and Respect
  • Investing in Colleagues and the Firm
  • Entrepreneurship and Initiative

The diverse backgrounds and experiences of Edgeworth consultants and professionals are at the core of who we are. 

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