Officer of the Watch
Officer of the Watch Report
For anyone who served in the Navy or any of the branches of the armed services, they understand the critical nature of the Officer of the Watch Report. This briefing was designed for the Chief Naval Officer of a ship and is prepared everyday (typically in a format and at a time self-selected by the officer). In the report, the officer is apprised of the current condition of the ship, current position, any changes in the charted course, obstructions, or new threats identified overnight. By the time he or she walks out of their cabin, they can “bump” into anybody on the ship and they know as much as that individual about the current situation. There are few surprises for an officer after receiving an Officer of the Watch Report.
We strive to build the same effectiveness out of our premier service – the Officer of the Watch Report. Imagine waking, opening an e-mail (or other form of briefing such as podcast, video, etc. – your personal choice), and seeing a report outlining the current operational condition of the company, morning issues that need addressing, top market and news headlines potentially affecting the business, and other bits of data selected by you as being critical in running the corporation.
That’s the drive behind the Officer of the Watch Report.
We work with you to get access to internal corporate data used in populating the report (and we’ll set up the electronic data feed if required to make it function), we collect secondary intelligence and information, analyze, and disseminate it to you (in a manner you select and design with us including anyone you want to also receive it). You can also determine the time of day that it hits your organization (morning, noon, or night). We can even alter the frequency to daily, every three days, etc.
It’s not cheap. It’s our premier service and typical costs range from $7,000 to $20,000 a month, depending on the complexity.
Our Senior Managing Directors will constantly work with you to understand your corporate strategy, risks, and internal pressure points to ensure that we are covering those elements most critical to positive outcomes for your company. The brief and the information that goes in it is kept highly confidential.
For more information on the Officer of the Watch Report, contact:
Keith Prather – Managing Director
Chris Kuehl – Managing Director