Harry Doze LLM – Partner
Having an academic and practical background in legal and ICT, Harry Doze is able to combine different area’s of expertise. His multi-disciplinary approach was brought into practice through management and supervisory board positions at several maritime organizations, in different segments of the maritime market. Thanks to his unique analytic capabilities and his creativity, solutions can be found for the most complex business issues.
For more than 25 years he has held management positions in a variety of companies. This makes him pre-eminently the right man for (interim) management or supervisory management, combining a birds-eye view and a specific focus when necessary. Harry knows management and organization, and he has a profound insight in the (international) maritime markets. This makes him the right sparring-partner at C-level.
Harry has been active both as an interim manager and as a member of the supervisory board at different companies in the maritime industry. He worked in close co-operation with financial stakeholders and institutions during challenging turn around and/or restructuring situations. Also his knowledge is called upon to support management in complex or high risk projects, where (strategic) legal and practical competences have to be combined.
Areas of expertise:
- (Interim) management & turn around
- Supervisory board positions
- Strategic analysis
- Contract management
- Supervise project management (complex or high risk projects)
- Soundboard for C-level management
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