Curtis Adair, BA

Curtis Adair

Curtis Adair , BA

Partner

Curtis Adair is a Partner with MNP’s Advisory Services group in Regina. Curtis is a strategic leader with more than two-and-a-half decades of demonstrated results helping organizations achieve greater success by driving transformational change and enabling information technology and system implementations.

An articulate and personable leader, Curtis brings deep knowledge and experience in the public sector and a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, information technology, insurance, agriculture and construction, to his work. Drawing on his extensive experience in operational and executive leadership roles, Curtis helps clients with corporate strategy and operations, business and technology transformation, performance improvement, system modernization and building high performing teams. He is also highly experienced in business and technology strategy, program and project management, process and policy development, operational optimization, re-engineering, technology architecture, system implementation, enterprise system modernization and development and change management.

Curtis holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA, High Honours) in economics from the University of Saskatchewan.


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