Oregon, United States
EXPERT: Leader, Change Agent, Keynote Speaker, Strategic Advisor, Initiative Designer and Implementation Leader.
Frank McShane brings 30+ years of in-the-trenches experience as a change agent, serving in Executive, Consulting and Mentoring roles. Frank has served as a President, CEO, COO and CFO during his illustrious career and has led significant business transformation efforts across several industries and markets.
The change initiatives Frank has led have resulted in cumulative benefits exceeding one billion dollars. Having sat on both sides of the C-level desk as an Executive and Advisor, he brings a unique perspective to identifying the business needs and value of change as well as understanding how to successfully implement the required changes.
Some of Frank’s experiences have included:
President, restructuring an 80-year-old Paper Company from a cash consumer to industry leading EBITDA levels, rationalizing the product offerings and equipment configuration while transforming the culture from an entitlement mentality to a performance-oriented one.
Leader of Ernst & Young’s PNW Supply Chain / Operations practice, redesigning the Engineering and Maintenance functions of a large Nuclear Generating Plant to prepare for open market competition while sustaining industry leading Nuclear Safety Performance
COO / CFO, creating a new division of a traditional Internet Service Provider to combine the core competencies of network construction and broadband equipment expertise into an integration arm focused on security networks for Airports, Seaports and municipal Police departments.
Areas of Expertise include:
- Supply Chain Improvement and Cost Reduction
- Inventory Management
- Strategic Sourcing
- Discrete and Process Manufacturing Productivity
- Maintenance / Enterprise Asset Management
- Organization Transformation and Change Management
- Leadership and Communication
- The Predictive Index ® Behavior, Cognitive and Job Assessments
- Cash Contribution and Capital Investment Analysis
- Ready to start a conversation about achieving breakthrough results?