CPG Redesign: New Look, Same Quality Work

The Cognitive Performance Group is proud to announce the release of our newly redesigned website! We have designed this site with our clients in mind offering an extensive knowledge resource right at one’s fingertips. By updating our website, cognitiveperformancegroup.com, we are better able to provide our clients with information concerning our mission, values, and team as well as our innovative methods, capabilities, and strategic partnerships. Through the website, clients will learn more regarding our previous projects and successes. Explore our new website today and let us know your thoughts!

CPG is also proud to introduce our new corporate logo, in celebration of five years serving our valued customers. The new CPG logo is a logical evolution of our business model as we prepare for new challenges and embrace exciting opportunities. It represents our interdisciplinary staff and our integrated approach to understanding and improving decision making. It suggests our ability to blend qualitative and quantitative research designs with our understanding of the domain, to make sense of cognition in operational contexts. We adopted three interlocking bands to symbolize 1) our commitment to ethical research methods that produce insights about decision making, 2) our passion for quality and excellence, and 3) our goal of achieving close collaboration with our customers.  At the core of this logo, we are bound by a commitment to an unwavering set of values, which provides a beacon that guides our professional performance as a team.


About the Author:


Cognitive Performance Group, LLC is a woman-owned small business with offices in Orlando, Florida, and Cleveland, Ohio. It was founded by Dr. Karol G. Ross, Jennifer K. Phillips, and William A. Ross. The three CPG Principals developed the concept for a company to support cognitive performance improvement in industry and government. (more...)

0 Pings & Trackbacks

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.