Director of Analysis
Over the past 30 years, DB&A has focused our efforts on empowering managers. From the start, this ?people- first? approach has helped drive lasting financial and operational improvements in numerous companies across a wealth of industries. While we've weathered all kinds of economic, political, technological and cultural change, the roots of this basic principle have grown even deeper within our company. DB&A remains steadfast in the philosophy that gave us our start which is to help leaders reach their greatest potential.
Overview of the DB&A Organization and Process
DB&A consists of 3 distinct teams. There is a Sales Team, an Analysis Team, and an Operations Team. In a very simplified view, the Sales team is responsible for meeting potential clients and getting them to see the value of our services. Once a client sees DB&A as a potential partner, the Analysis Team is brought in serve as an extended Sales Team to set up projects for the Operations Team. The job of the Analysis team is to demonstrate our ability to transform management cultures and that we successfully deliver on our promises with guaranteed results. If a client likes the transformation proposal presented by the Analysis Team, the Operations Team will then begin and execute the transformation process over the course of approximately six months.
Analysis Team Overview
The core Analysis Team for each engagement is comprised of the Director of Analysis and the Analysis Manager (AM). The extended Analysis Team also includes a Chief of Operations, a Project Manager and Management Consultants of varying levels. The Director of Analysis is ultimately responsible for the outcome of the Analysis and spends a great deal of time strategizing and providing daily engagement with the client to earn a ?go-ahead? for project engagement.
Director of Analysis Roles & Responsibilities
The Director of Analysis is responsible for the facilitation of an initial two-week analysis and discovery process for potential consulting engagements with clients. This position requires 75% travel throughout the year, generally from Sunday through Friday. In this highly visible role, the Director of Analysis will have exposure to Fortune 500 companies and private equity firms. The Director of Analysis will have overall responsibility for the following: