Angie Hanily is a professional with over 25 years of experience in strategy and planning, organizational change, performance management, innovation, and business development, working with companies such as the Panama Canal, Oliver Wyman, RBL, Mercer, McKinsey, Deloitte, Acciona, Mobil Oil and Nabisco, among others.
As Strategic Planning Manager at the Canal, she directed complex strategic changes such as reorganizations, strategy updates, development of goals and objectives, successfully cascading them through communication, initiatives, and indicators. She has developed cost optimization projects, increasing profitability by up to US$32 million and has managed a commercial portfolio of US$10 million with a margin of over 70%. Her focus is understanding her clients and their competitive environment to provide concrete solutions that strengthen their competitive positions and generate the desired results.
Angie is a Summa Cum Laude Industrial Engineer from ULACIT and has an MBA with focus on strategy from the Yale School of Management. Her ongoing education includes executive courses from Harvard Business School and Oxford University among others, and she is a professional coach certified by the International Coaching Institute.
It’s not easy being the leader
- In a changing environment a clear direction must be established
- To look for solutions, good external support can be beneficial
- Consultants’ expertise and experience offers an objective view to find new opportunities
- Having been on the clients’ side, we understand how important it is to help you solve problems and implement changes successfully
We understand your needs
- We make sure we understand the needs of our clients
- We investigate and gather information about the relevant markets
- We define delieverables very clearly and agree on them with our clients
- We suggest alternatives when we find opportunities for improvement
You’ll get tangible results
- We follow up on excecution closely
- We comply with milestones and deadlines
- We aim at exceeding expectations