Business Recovery Series: How Capacity Conversations Can Help You Survive and Thrive
Business Strategist & Facilitator
Alan Oishi Inc.
This session only: Free
3 session bundle: Free
This session only: $45 + GST
3 session bundle: $100 + GST
You will be sent a Zoom link to participate in this event by 10:00 a.m. PT on Thursday, July 23. Please do not share the link as it will inhibit your ability to join.
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The changes in behaviour in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted demand and created capacity challenges for many companies. To most effectively manage capacity, companies need to look at it through a different lens. Instead of defining capacity as simply “maximum output”, a more productive definition of capacity relates to the “maximum revenue” that can be generated.
In this session, Alan Oishi will share the benefits of this alternative definition and help leaders apply it to make decisions that will help organizations survive and thrive during and after the pandemic.
Business Recovery Series Events:
- June 25: Strategies to re-open your business & enabling remote work
- July 16: Immersive Training Simulations
- July 23: How Capacity Conversations Can Help You Survive and Thrive
About the speaker:
Since 2010, Alan has been providing strategic advisory services to purpose-led organizations across a diverse set of industry sectors. He is also a top-rated speaker to CEO & Executive Forum groups, including being named 2016 Canadian Speaker of the Year by TEC Canada. Alan is passionate about helping business leaders to align their teams behind a common vision and build the commercial and cultural assets to drive accelerated and sustainable growth.
Prior to his transition to strategic advisory services, Alan spent the previous 18 years at Colliers International where he held positions in valuation consulting, investment brokerage, corporate finance, eBusiness, and M&A before being promoted to the executive management team. Alan served as Colliers’ Executive Vice President, Global Chief Operating Officer and was a member of the Board of Directors before taking on the role of Chief Executive, USA. In 2008, Alan was named to Business in Vancouver’s Top Forty Under Forty list.