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A Not-for-Profit Charitable Organization Needed Leadership During the Transition Following the Departure of the Executive Director

Pills

A Bio Products Company Required Assistance to Commercialize its Manufacturing Process, Reduce Production Costs and Provide Product Quality That Was Consistent

Man High Fiving Child

A Youth Serving Organization was Seeking an External Project Manager to Conceptualize and Deliver a National Training Framework

An International Festival Required a Capacity Expansion Plan to Allow the Organization to Significantly Increase Financial Resources Over a Three Year Period

Financial Best Practices to Align With a New Organizational Structure Was Required for a Large Provincial Not-for-Profit Organization

An Osborne Principal Was Engaged in the Role of Mentor to Transition the Existing Junior Accountant into a Controller Role at a Manufacturing Company

Oilfield Workers

An International Exploration Company Risked Losing Valuable Employees and Board Members Due to a Devalued Compensation Package

A Strategic Marketing and Sales Plan was Developed for a Not-for-Profit Foundation

A Designer of Equipment for the Oil and Gas Industry Needed Assistance in Manufacturing a New Product

Osborne Implemented a Synergistic Approach to an Executive Director Position for an Ag Association

A Privately Owned Conglomerate had an Existing Network Infrastructure that was Aging and Overdue for Replacement

Oilfield Workers

After Experiencing Significant Turnover, an Oil and Gas Company Needed a Senior HR Person to Assist the Outgoing Leader With His Exit and Mentor the Incoming Manager and Team

A Not-for-Profit Needed an Interim Executive Director/CEO to Fill the Leadership Void and Conduct an Operational Assessment of All Functions

A Community Association Required a Plan for a Saturday’s Farmers’ Market that Would Draw Patrons From Other Parts of the City

Dentist

A Charitable Non-Profit Society Needed a Project Leader to Develop Key Deliverables Including a Financial and Operational Analysis of its Business Model

A Failed Hostile Takeover Left this Family Business Under-Capitalized, Vulnerable in its Dealings with Suppliers and Without an Established Sales Channel

Hit With the Sudden Departure of its Executive Director, the Foundation Was Faced With a Leadership Void as Planning for the Upcoming Season Was Imminent

A Human Resources Industry Sector Council Needed Research, Analysis and Recommendations to Generate Revenue

Bell

An Unpredicted Forced Absence of the Managing Director Left a Hospitality Business in a Potentially Chaotic Situation

Grain Silos

When an Ag Sector Company Underwent a Major Expansion of its Facility Unforeseen Issues Resulted in a Temporary Shutdown of Operations and Loss of Revenue

A Calgary-based Technology Start-up was in Need of Strategic and Tactical Guidance to Move it from a University Project to a Bricks and Mortar Business

Osborne Provided Executive Advisement to an Industry Foundation that was Questioning its Relevance and Whether to Hire New Leadership

A Start-Up Social Enterprise Required an Environmental Scan to Determine What Service Offering Would be Successful and Scalable, and to Identify Potential Partners

A Marketing Department of A National Association Required New Course Material to be Delivered Over Multiple Platforms

Grain Silos

An Unfavourable Relationship with an Agent, Including Undervalued Pricing, was a Challenge for an Ag Manufacturing Company

A Succession Plan Required Someone Other Than the Father to Mentor His Two Sons to Take Over the Agri-Services Retail Business

The Largest Manufacturer and Distributor of Tofu Products in Canada Needed Someone in a Project Leadership Role to Work with its CEO and Management Team as the Company Approached a Transitional Phase in its Corporate Development and Growth

A Not-for-Profit Society Needed Advisement on How to Remedy Office Policies and Procedures to Ensure Governmental Compliance

Finding it Difficult to Achieve Consensus on the Type of Person Needed for a New Executive Director, a National Not-for-Profit Sought Osborne’s Advisement

An Addiction Treatment and Recovery Centre Was in Need of an Interim CEO to Help Stabilize the Organization and Lead the Process to Find and Transition to New Leadership

A Team Approach is a Winning Combination for the Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association
Osborne Interim Management Helps Premiere Suites with Executive Coaching