70 Bongard Ave , Nepean, ON
"Who’s on First ? .... The Plan-Driven Organisation" facilitated by Geoff Strotmann
Part 2 of a 10-part Lunch ‘n Learn discussion vignette series, each serving as a short introduction to the Small Business Boot-Camp business education series. This discussion is intended to provide insight into the critical role of strategic planning to successful business start-up, launch, growth and evolution. The discussion will touch on the practical steps of developing, implementing, communicating and measuring the effect of business plans.
Geoff Strotmann is an experienced, competent and results driven professional with over thirty years of experience in the areas of business analysis, quality control, operations management, risk management, program management, and strategic sourcing. He has a strong focus on alignment of business strategy with both supportive infrastructure and repeatable processes.
As a consultant, Geoff’s specializes in business planning, corporate governance, risk mitigation and process review and optimization. Geoff is equally comfortable with local and global opportunities, and has spent his career creating and maintaining strong alliances with internal and external business partners, and in focusing his efforts and energy on the end-customer or business goals of the organization.
A big picture thinker, Geoff is both business and tech savvy which enables him to easily converse and connect with a broad range of contacts. Further, Geoff's leadership style as a strong coach and mentor compels others to actively participate in making things happen.
Geoff has been employed by major corporations such as Toromont Industries, Westinghouse and General Dynamics. Geoff’s business experience also includes progressive roles in product design, quality, global tech transfer, program management, manufacturing operations, NPI and engineering to manufacturing transition, embedded Customer support, supply chain group development and global strategic supply chain management.
Geoff values giving back to the local business community and does so through round-table discussions at CollabSpace, and with Small Business Association Canada as V. P. Events and Networking as well as through his part time role as professor in the Algonquin College School of Business, where he currently teaches Quality Basics for Business, Logistics and Transport and Strategic Supply Chain courses.