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John Harvey has over over 30 years of experience in business process improvement and leadership development that he leverages to help clients achieve breakthrough business success. He has worked in a variety of industries including: manufacturing, retail, finance, food and drug, warehousing and distribution, and commercial and consumer products. John is well prepared to hit the ground running during client engagements. Working side-by-side with our clients, John delivers extraordinary business results.

John understands that ongoing business growth is driven by empowered team members who are effective leaders. Deploying Leadership and Lean principles and Fearless Leader training, he helps transform client organizations into optimized revenue producers. Clients appreciate John’s relentless focus on helping them achieve optimal business results.

Like all of our Project Managers, John uses the Run Improve Grow™ (RIG) business method to solve complex business challenges to facilitate the growth and development of clients.

WHAT CLIENTS SAY ABOUT JOHN:

“Without slowing down, it was only a matter of time before improvements had reached far beyond what was anticipated.” 

— CFO of an outdoor leisure equipment manufacturer

Professional Affiliations

Cincinnati Roundtable Warehouse Education & Research Council The Logistics and Supply Chain Network

Community Activities

Not-for-Profit Volunteer – Open Door Thrift Store

Education

BSBA, Industrial Management, Manufacturing Engineering – University of Minnesota, Mankato

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