John Albers, president and CEO of Albers Aerospace, discussed in an Executive Spotlight interview the company’s decision to change The Alberts Group name to align with its mission and his perspective on how the acquisitions of Heritage Aviation and Unmanned Systems Inc. can accelerate its growth initiatives.
“We’re taking the two platforms that we recently acquired and we are pouring our business development, expertise and core capabilities into them to enable more service offerings, more partnering. We focus on cost control and growth investment,” he told ExecutiveBiz during the Q&A session.
Albers said he learned about leadership while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps and described his business execution philosophy as it relates to the company’s teamwork culture.
“The daily process of leading a geographically dispersed team and developing a culture is hard work. I’ve spent a lot of time reading about how to do it and experimenting as a leader. We hold culture as a key piece of our competitive advantage. We value culture as high as capability,” the retired Marine added.
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