Strategic Growth Advisor
Peter Selby is Australasia’s #1 Executive Advisor On Business Optimisation & Strategic Growth, working exclusively with senior executives responsible for growth and sustainability who are challenged to implement the drivers they need for their competitive advantage.
It is not uncommon for businesses of all sizes to have difficulty executing their vision, retaining customers, growing profits and being sustainable. All too often, senior executives can’t see what’s behind the issues that are keeping their company from achieving the steady growth and profit they desire.
Drawing on a wide range of experience from 30 years across all major business sectors, Peter uses his gift for strategy, along with his ability to see through the chaos, to help his clients get to the root of their problems and turn their companies around.
In Defining Your Road Map To Profit & Growth, Peter shares the 10 critical disciplines that are essential for senior executives who want to achieve a sustainable and competitive advantage in their market.
Business Strategy, Sales Growth, Client Relations Management, Operational Excellence, Supplychain Management, Production Control, Visual Factory, Value Stream Mapping, Dash Board Reporting, Just in Time Systems, Health & Safety Management, (Certified ISO Auditor), Six Sigma Methodology (Green Belt), Executive Mentoring and Interim General Management Support.
Countries where Peter has experience:
Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Denmark and Finland
Peter introduced and implemented a comprehensive suite of business systems which provides a detailed insight into our financial position and also enabled us to baseline our position to track and monitor our growth journey. Peter has always demonstrated a high level of energy and integrity combined with a focus on driving results.
I personally hope to work with Peter in future, and would recommend him to any organisation – not just those that are trying to save costs and realise efficiencies for survival, but those that should be trying to save costs and realise efficiencies for growth.