Our industry experience and professional networks enable us to attract the best available candidates in a marketplace that prizes innovation, novelty and agility. We help shareholders, boards and top executives to define the kinds of leaders they need based on their market entry and business strategy within their sectors and industries, the maturity level of their US operations and the competitive environment.
- Board of Directors and Advisory Boards
- CEO / President / General Manager / Country Manager
- Sales and Marketing Officers and Executives
- Financial Officers
- Supply Chain & Operations
- Technology and Engineering Officers
- Human Resources Managers
- Legal, Intellectual Property and Licensing
- Project Development
As the market complexity and speed as well as the public scrutiny of corporations (and individuals) has increased, shareholders and other key stakeholders expect more from the Boards of Directors than ever before. Advisory Boards can be a very helpful tool to add competent voices to the internal discussion resulting in a wider and deeper knowledge base for mission-critical decisions.
Selection of the leader of your North American subsidiary is essential to its success. Finding an executive with the ability to view your activities here in the context of the parent company’s goals is mission-critical.
To be successful, today’s chief sales officer must excel in both the development of country-specific sales challenges, understand the entire value chain of the business and know how to communicate effectively with both internal and external clients.
Key executives in areas such as purchasing, material management and forwarding now act as the nexus of a subsidiary’s “digital transformation,” connecting every
aspect of the organization, from planning and procurement to manufacturing, sales, distribution, and customer experience. They drive the evolution of these processes into a seamless, continually improving loop spanning countries and continents.
Engineering and technology are transforming every organization. Chief information officers, chief technology officers, chief engineering officers, privacy officers and leaders of big data/analytics must be prepared to master complex requirements.