Greg Gaskey Named StrategyDriven Enterprises Chief Operations Officer

Strategy Driven

Executive leader brings hands-on management and operational experience to StrategyDriven’s Power & Utilities focused advisory services. While there, he oversaw multi-$100+ million nuclear and non-nuclear lifecycle maintenance projects for the U.S.

StrategyDriven Enterprises Partners with Xen Wireless to Form StrategyDriven Analytics, a Utility Industry Asset Management Blind Benchmarking Service

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven Enterprises LLC and Xen Wireless form StrategyDriven Analytics to provide utility industry executives and managers with asset management program benchmarking data supporting operational and investment decisions and fleet and individual plant performance assessments.

StrategyDriven White Paper Advises Leaders on Preventing Catastrophic Industrial Accidents

Strategy Driven

“Many of today’s significant industrial accidents are preventable, the byproduct of human errors made when safety was subordinated to other priorities,” explains Nathan Ives, StrategyDriven’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

StrategyDriven Enterprises Extends its Energy Advisory Services, Partners with NTE Solutions

Strategy Driven

“Utility leaders must find cost effective ways to replace aging assets, transfer knowledge to a new generation of workers, release currently unavailable capital, and optimize strategic operations and maintenance programs,” explains Nathan Ives, StrategyDriven’s Chief Executive Officer.

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How One Family Business Found Its Sweet Spot

Harvard Business Review

Their son-in-law (married to their eldest daughter) had recently been named chief operating officer. Launch several management initiatives, including the creation of a high performance culture, the establishment of targets for total customer satisfaction, and a re-vamp of the financial and project management systems. In particular, we looked at which projects the family regards as having been very successful--and which ones were not considered successful.

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Seizing Opportunities When Advantages Don't Last

Harvard Business Review

His entrepreneurial beginnings weren''t auspicious — a food delivery operation called "Dial-a-Snack" he started upon leaving school failed (as he later said to a reporter, "customers loved it but nobody told me that you had to make a margin") — leading him to undertake a nomadic life supporting himself with odd jobs such as bartending and selling encyclopedias. It offers a vast number of services, from disaster recovery to "virtual" offices.

The Most Important Negotiation in Your Life

Harvard Business Review

Whether they''re pitching to a customer in an office, brokering a peace deal at Camp David, or arguing over curfew at the kitchen table, negotiators are people trying to persuade other people of their point of view. Soon, the list of topics grows more serious, and turns to work: My plate is completely full, but my boss just asked me to start a new project. The Big Four are: The Chief Executive Officer: your inner Dreamer. Life is a series of negotiations.