In this fast-paced, interactive webinar, we will give an overview of the world-renowned Scaling Up Business Growth Workshops followed by a Q & A regarding the four decisions (people, strategy, execution, cash) facing every business leader.
About Don Haché
Mr. Haché has years of professional experience managing start-ups and established companies. Don held various senior management, engineering, technical and sales positions in Canada, the USA and abroad. He helped companies in all business development stages—start-up, scaling up, fast-growth challenges, steady-state business, relocation, downsizing and shutdowns. He has extensive experience in need assessments, design, strategic thinking and execution planning (there is a difference), leadership development, coaching, performance assessments and succession management. He has a background in small, medium and large-scale development, implementation and system integration projects, with emphasis on taking small to medium privately held businesses to the next level for growth towards structured corporations, sustainable revenue, acquisition or sale, in domestic and international markets.
I wanted to thank you for not only involving us in the “Remove the barriers to Business Growth Scaling Up Workshop”, but also for the mixture of Gazelle and Rockefeller Habits that we’ve been using for the last few years. Currently, we’ve just received the same amount of orders in the last month that we normally used to get in 6-8 months, and we’re able to handle the load. That’s mostly due to our ability to communicate effectively, utilize standards, and we’ve now got the right people in the right places. The work-flow is so much smoother now, and that allows us to bring much more business through our company. Before, the issues became exponential as more work came in. Now, there’s a process for everything, so issues are manageable even when the throughput is increased.
There is no question in my mind that focusing on the People, Strategy, Execution and Cash segments and working out the road blocks in those areas, the flow that I used to think wasn’t possible, just happens.
Aaron Laine | Director of Projects | RND Automation & Engineering LLC