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Innovation & Change Management

Supplier: Austbrokers Sydney Pty Ltd

How Austbrokers Sydney can help with Innovation and Change Management - Stuart Carr

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Innovation and Change Management is the utilisation of innovative means to deliver value and grow an organisation through effective harnessing of intellectual and human capital. Stuart excels in strategy and business development, mentoring and training, innovation and change management in service businesses to create improved profitability and cash in the business.

Stuart has over 25 years senior management experience in both large and small businesses. His experience covers service based manufacturing businesses.

Stuart works in a consultative and mentoring role in developing and making operational strategic plans to deliver improved business outcomes, market reach and performance in technology-based organizations in government, universities and private sectors, with strong emphasis on regulatory approval processes.

Other key areas of Stuart's expertise are in commercial, operational and project management - implementing and improving systems, product development, capital projects and IT, with bottom line financial responsibility to board level.

Stuart has worked with a range of service and manufacturing businesses to improve their overall business performance by working closely with the owner/Managing Director to identify key areas of change required. He has a very hands-on approach and works closely with all staff within the business to achieve outcomes in a short timeframe. Recent clients have doubled their business and profitability in a short time.

Stuart has also undertaken a number of mergers and acquistions on behalf of clients as well as business sales. His deep understanding of business ensures that these activities are managed in the best interests of the client and the business itself. He is a licensed business broker (NSW).

"Implementing and improving systems, product development, capital projects..."