Andrew R. Crumbie: Successful Manager

The word “bureaucracy” gets thrown around a lot and has a bit of a negative connotation as something unresponsive to the needs of citizens or consumers. But the fact of the matter is that bureaucracy is simply a way to help manage large numbers of employees. In his time as Chief of Staff to the Commissioner of the Connecticut State Police, Andrew R. Crumbie helped to oversee and manage more than 1,800 officers and civilian employees.

Andrew R Crumbie

One of the biggest reasons small businesses often fail is a lack of managerial experience among the company owners. This often leads to disorganization, miscommunication and a general inability to effectively serve the needs of their clients. The Crumble Law Group does not have those problems because its founder and owner, Andrew R. Crumbie, has experience helping to manage the men and women serving the Connecticut Department of Public Safety. His experience in Connecticut Department of Public Safety taught him the basics of leadership and how to manage large groups of people. These skills would prove invaluable when he founded the Crumbie Law Group in 2008.

The Crumbie Law Group currently has eight attorneys on staff and Andrew R. Crumbie’s experience has helped him learn the key skills of good management. He knows how to evaluate potential employees, knows when to give his employees free reign on an assignment, and knows when they might need a bit of extra help. Andrew R. Crumbie’s managerial skills help to keep the Crumbie Law Firm on track so that they can continue to successfully serve the needs of their clients.

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About andrewrcrumbie

Andrew R. Crumbie has served in law enforcement for twenty years and has run his own firm for the past seven years. His experience has given him a lot of valuable insight into how to run a business. However, the most important thing 27 years of experience has taught him is the value of professionalism. According to him, professionalism is as much a state of mind as it is anything else. A true professional is one who maintains ethical behavior even when it’s difficult.
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