When visionary leaders set ambitious goals, they turn to Wheelhouse Group.

Our clients drive complex, enterprise-wide business and technology transformation. They know that even the most promising vision will never be achieved without enthusiastic, prepared people and well-run programs. That’s where we come in.

We move organizations from Reluctance to ResultsTM.


Our specialized expertise helps leaders and their teams embrace and adopt sweeping changes that have broad impact. We do the nuanced work to prepare people at all levels to enthusiastically adopt change and, along the way we openly share our methods so our clients can mature their capabilities and become “better at change.”

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Wheelhouse Group offers specialized expertise in the most pressing, complex transformations our clients face.




Apprenticeship: Building a Future that Works

There are a lot of unknowns in the job market today with the rapidly changing COVID landscape. One piece of bright news is the promise of apprenticeships in helping to get more people with disabilities into good jobs.

Click to read more about how Wheelhouse Group is supporting Apprenticeship Inclusion Models (AIM).


The Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) launches this week. Feedback from the survey can help you measure progress and plan for future success of your team. But, it’s not always easy to get your people to complete FEVs. That’s why employee engagement is so important.


Tools and resources to help with virtual workplace accessibility

Wheelhouse Group developed an online guide for PEAT (funded by the Department of Labor) that helps ensure the virtual workplace is accessible to people with disabilities (PWD). It includes many helpful tools that can assist with recruiting and hiring, creating accessible content, hosting meetings, and other valuable resources.


Learn more about DevOps culture, practice and tools in government

Wheelhouse Group collaborated with the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) to co-author the “DevOps Primer.” It provides recommendations and best practices from government and industry leaders to identify and explore the culture, application, and tools to advance DevOps.