Dan has been helping business owners and leaders build and realize value for more than 30 years. He spent the first 12 years of his raising capital and then serving as a boardroom strategy consultant to Fortune 500 companies at The Boston Consulting Group and two boutique consulting firms. In the late 1990s, he decided to pursue his passion for small and middle-market companies, so he started his own consulting practice, which he’s had ever since.
He has advised and assisted dozens of business owners, three of whom asked him to run their companies. So he knows first-hand the challenges of growing sales, making payroll, building and leading a team. He increased the value of one of the businesses he ran by 700% in less than 24 months.
Dan is a graduate of Whitman College and the Harvard Business School. He is a Certified Implementer of EOS®, the Entrepreneurial Operating System®, and has conducted more than 230 full-day EOS work sessions with more than 30 companies.
Bill Burnett has more than 30 years of experience building and leading collaborative organizations at both the global and local level. He is a leader and problem solver with a knack for figuring out what matters most to customers and building business solutions around those insights. He has led partner teams to breakthroughs in Business Model Redesign, Product Design, Customer Service, Operations, Network Infrastructure, Systems Functionality, Process Delivery and Policy Management.
Bill brings a global perspective to business. As the son of a petroleum executive, he grew up in the Middle East. He spent 15 years at Diners Club International, ten as Senior Vice President, Global Operations, and five as Senior Vice President, Strategic Initiatives. He has delivered results for businesses in more than 65 countries. He also has held positions at Pittsburg National Bank, Bank of America, Textron, and Citigroup.
Bill has written two books, Advantage and The Peak Interview. He holds a BA from the University of Northern Colorado and a Masters in International Business from the Moore School at the University of South Carolina.