Avoid Organizational Roadblocks

Planning for the Future Goals of Your Business

Your overall value as a company is largely dependent upon cultivating a strong corporate strategy. The experience and thoughtful recommendations we offer will help you avoid organizational roadblocks and position you ahead of the competition. No matter what stage you’re in, OSP can assist you in planning for and executing the next phase of your business.

Always start with the why.

A good strategy implements active advisory engagement capitalizing on the talents of people, the vision of the business, and the conditions of the market where measurable impact is delivered.
Strategic Planning

OSP can help you evaluate your current product portfolio vs. competitors in the same space, plan for your long-term goals, and develop an action plan to achieve them.

Commercial Funding

We can introduce you to a strong network of forward-thinking investors looking for commercial-ready products in the orthopedic, spine, and biologics industries.

Mergers & Acquisitions

We have a successful track record of buying/selling companies and can help you make the necessary changes to be as appealing as possible to potential suitors.

Corporate Structure

Having the right leadership in place is critical. Hiring an executive team too early can limit the level of talent you are able to attract and be extremely costly if you make a mistake.

Now, let's meet the Corporate Strategy Team.

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Chris Lyons
Chief Strategy Officer
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Chris Stewart
Chief Operating Officer
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Mike Adams
Chief Commercial Officer

Five Strategic Execution Traps to Avoid

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Assume strategy creation is easy and tactical is difficult.
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Ignore the fact that competitors exist and are working to outshine you.
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Ignore fundamental uncertainty about the external environment.
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Assume that needed capabilities can be built on demand.
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Ignore the importance of corporate culture.

"The courage of leadership is giving people the chance to succeed even though you bear the responsibility for getting things done."

simon sinek