Interim Executive - Specialist in Supply Chain and Operations Management
At some point in the life of your business, change happens. It could be rapid growth, margin decline, a merger or acquisition, the sudden departure of a key executive or a market driven change to your business model. Change can overwhelm an already strained organization if your executive team lacks the bandwidth to undertake time-sensitive strategic initiatives.
Interim Executive specializes in supply chain and operations management. We provide interim executive leadership to manufacturers and distributors seeking to address immediate challenges and to lead organizations through critical transitions.
Interim Executive provides executive level experience, expertise and execution to lead time-sensitive projects, fill leadership gaps or compliment executive teams with specialized skills. Our executives have extensive and deep experience, thus avoiding the “learning curve" when we take on an assignment.
Our clients enjoy the security of having on-demand subject matter experts to deliver rapid results with long term benefits -without the cost of permanent employees. This support can have an instrumental effect on a company's sustainability, growth and survival.
Edwin Beall is the founding partner of Interim Executive. He serves as an interim executive and strategy advisor to both healthy and under-performing companies. He is a veteran industry executive with a career focused on supply chain and operations management in diverse industries. His expertise spans multi-site/multi-national manufacturing and distribution operations including end-to-end supply optimization, global sourcing and supplier development, contract negotiations, demand planning and logistics.
Edwin’s expertise has been gained through his work with US and international companies that range from start-ups to some of the nation’s top companies. Edwin has extensive business experience in Canada, Mexico, South America, Asia and Europe.
Interim Supply Chain and Operations Executives
Experience, Expertise, and Execution