John Broere (M.Sc., MBA)
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Phone: (604) 443-3705

Primary: Vancouver
Other Cities: Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto

Service Areas:

  • Change Management & Organizational Development
  • General Management
  • Governance
  • Leadership Development
  • Project & Program Management
  • Strategic Management & Planning


A versatile executive and management consultant with a 30 year track record of managing and advising organizations dealing with significant challenges – major transformation programs, unpredictable business performance, acquisitions, contract and client relationship issues,
misaligned business strategies, weak operating disciplines, and “turnaround situations”.

Broad experience – in North American markets, with private and public sector organizations, a range of industries, and exposure to a host of business models, management practices, and governance structures. Combined with rich functional experience gained in diverse senior management roles – operations, information technology, finance, business development, and strategic planning – this offers a compelling value proposition to clients. Contribution based on insight, applied experience, and proven results.

Professional and educational background display a consistent theme – a keen focus on enhancing business performance, in many instances through an appropriate investment in technology. Known for high standards and pragmatism, he has been instrumental in improving customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, and financial performance for his clients. Core strengths include an ability to rapidly diagnose complex organizational performance issues, strategy formulation and execution, adaptability, a focus on operational excellence, coaching and mentoring, and mediating conflict situations.

Education includes a B.Sc. in Computer Science, a M.Sc. in Computer Science, and a M.B.A in Accounting and Finance. Additional education includes various professional development programs, and completion of a Service Management program at Harvard University. He has taught at several Canadian universities and participated in a number of industry advisory boards and associations.