- Strategic Alignment: Energizing Your Company to Execute
- Strategic Planning: Sometimes a Road Less Traveled is Best
- Turning Plans into Action
- Business Strategy for Turbulent Times
- Strategic Focus: The Key to Success
Denise A. Harrison, BA in Economics & MS in Business Policy. “Hands on management experience combined with streamlined process add up to a common sense approach to business planning.
Her fast-paced, insightful presentations use humorous examples to illustrate success and failure.
Laugh at examples of plans gone awry, but leave with ideas for enhancing your company’s performance.”
Denise has been a successful business catalyst for many years. She understands tough situations and envisions solutions in a variety of environments.
As President of a financial services firm, Denise significantly enhanced profitability and improved cycle time by 60%.
The key to this success is strategic alignment throughout the organization.
Denise speaks not only on the importance of this strategic thinking, but also provides hands on practical ideas for promoting alignment.
As President of a division of a Fortune 500 information services company, Denise successfully developed the corporation’s international expansion plan and installed disciplined systems for tracking and responding to competitive market conditions and changes.
Responsibilities included: VP Operations, VP Marketing, Sr. VP and General Manager of two operating divisions.
Denise’s background includes “old” and “new” economy experience combined with diverse functional experience, which enable her to communicate with executives peer to peer using thought provoking real life examples.
Her presentations energize executives to think strategically, execute efficiently, and capitalize on the intellectual capital resident in their organization.
Executives take away practical ideas for enhancing their organization’s performance.
Her clients include manufacturing companies ranging from specialty chemicals to computer storage devices, and service companies ranging from banks to software developers.
American Forest & Paper Association
American Society of Women Accountants
Seagate Technology, LLC
Association of Independent Mailing Equipment Dealers
Michigan State University
International Credit Association
Nondestructive Testing Management Association
Lotus Development Corporation
Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic
Young President’s Organization (YPO)