Our Team


 Robert A. Fowke, MBA, Ph.D.

Mr. Fowke’s passion is to help businesses streamline their process efficiencies for a competitive edge, improving: Profitability; ROI; and Local Employment, thereby stimulating the economy and generating a positive feedback cycle.  Every company is a system with administrative processes, service processes, and perhaps manufacturing processes, all of which are subject to improvement. Mr. Fowke helps find areas that need improvement and implement process change that results in measurable improvements in the business and bottom line.

 With 20 years of manufacturing experience, 10 years of financial services experience, and a Ph.D. in Systems Science Business Administration, reinforced with a Six Sigma Black Belt Certification, a Business Continuity Manager Certification, and a Graduate Certificate in Computer Modeling and Simulation, Mr. Fowke is well equipped to help client companies improve their operating performance.

 Mr. Fowke uses a collaborative approach to leverage the knowledge and understanding of subject matter experts while bringing the higher level interests and understanding of management to the table.

 Mr. Fowke is Part Time On-Campus Faculty for University of Phoenix, Part Time Faculty for Clackamas Community College Customized Training Lean Academy, and serves on the Advisory Board for Clackamas County Economic Development Commission and the Urban Renewal Budget Committee for the City of Canby.

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Strategic Partners

Doug Lundrigan

Doug Lundrigan, MBA

Specializing in coaching and training Emotional Intelligence as a foundation for Leadership, Teamwork, and Trust.

 Like a doctor, I examine the symptoms of a sick business, diagnose the underlying disease, and prescribe effective treatments.

Biography in Brief

Mr. Lundrigan spent many years working with health care businesses in a variety of settings and roles of increasing responsibility. Doug has a passion for bringing businesses into optimal business health for a profitable, sustainable life.

Doug is an entrepreneur to his core, having opened up his first profitable business at age 15. Past business venture sectors include food, education, real estate, home security, and others. Doug’s small business success followed him to a Fortune 100 company in positions of leadership and training, where he earned a variety of awards for excellence.

To describe Doug, people closest to him use the words, “sincere,” “the most honest man I know,” “genuine,” “trustworthy,” and “the best leader I’ve ever had.”  An independent assessment demonstrated that Doug possesses the following strengths: investing himself fully in projects, teaching and coaching people to identify and overcome challenges, adhering to his strong moral compass, and strategic analysis.