Members

Lee Brodsky

Member Since Oct, 2012

The Carey Group

https://www.careygroup.com/

2 Evergreen Court
Towaco, NJ 07082

Office: 973-263-5900

Cell: 973-263-5959

Email: leeb@careygroup.com

About Lee Brodsky

Lee started The Carey Group in 1989. The firm focuses on development of software documentation, business procedure documentation, business plan development, business analysis documents, management consulting, software training, and human resource management.

The Carey Group counts among its clients SAP, JP Morgan Chase, Hurtigruten, Prudential, Citicorp, Hewlett Packard, Berlex Laboratories, Wyeth Labs, the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange and the National Basketball Association as well as other large and small companies. Additionally, the firm has worked on class action settlements for Prudential, Seeger Weiss, LLP, MetLife, and the American Arbitration Association, among others. The firm has a strong reputation for helping large and small clients meet their goals. Trust, confidentiality, clarity of focus, and a willingness to solve difficult problems are the hallmark of the company’s services.

Personally, Lee has a varied background in systems development, management and training, retail development and management, and science that gives him a unique perspective to assist clients in planning the directions that their companies should take. He understands how to build teams, motivate staff, and control operations. He also has a talent for learning businesses quickly, understanding their essential elements for success, and translating that into workable and affordable business plans. His passion for high quality customer service permeates every solution suggested by the company.

Prior to The Carey Group, Lee was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at The Rockefeller University, a scientist at GAF and Exxon, and the President of the LubExpress Development Company (a joint venture with Amerada Hess). He has a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Buffalo and a Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Albany.

About The Carey Group

Prior to The Carey Group, Lee was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at The Rockefeller University, a scientist at GAF and Exxon, and the President of the LubExpress Development Company (a joint venture with Amerada Hess). He has a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Buffalo and a Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Albany.

Founded in 1989 The Carey Group focuses on:
• business process analysis, re-engineering and documentation
• end user and technical software documentation
• video training materials on business process and software usage
• business plan development
• business analysis documents
• management consulting
• end user software training as well as train the trainer
• document imaging and workflow
• business knowledge retention

The Carey Group counts among its clients 1199SEIU, SAP, JP Morgan Chase, Hurtigruten, Prudential, Citicorp, Hewlett Packard, Berlex Laboratories, Wyeth Labs, the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, Becton Dickenson, and the National Basketball Association as well as other large and small companies. Additionally, the firm has worked on class action settlements for Prudential, Seeger Weiss LLP, MetLife, and the American Arbitration Association, among others. The firm has a strong reputation for helping large and small clients meet their goals. Trust, confidentiality, clarity of focus and a willingness to solve difficult problems are the hallmark of the company’s services.

  • business analysis documents
  • management consulting
  • end user software documentation
  • software end user training as well as train the trainer
  • document imaging and workflow
  • Business knowledge retention

The Carey Group counts among its clients 1199SEIU, SAP, JP Morgan Chase, Hurtigruten, Prudential, Citicorp, Hewlett Packard, Berlex Laboratories, Wyeth Labs, the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, Becton Dickenson, and the National Basketball Association as well as other large and small companies. Additionally, the firm has worked on class action settlements for Prudential, Seeger Weiss LLP, MetLife, and the American Arbitration Association, among others. The firm has a strong reputation for helping large and small clients meet their goals. Trust, confidentiality, clarity of focus and a willingness to solve difficult problems are the hallmark of the company’s services.