Harbour focuses primarily on small and middle-market suppliers, particularly in the plastics business, and aims to help companies develop their supplier bases, mitigate risk and improve the overall health of their organizations.
The Berkley, Mich.-based Harbour Results (www.harbourresults.com) was formed in July 2009 from a merger between her previous company, Harbour-Felax Group, and Net Results Inc., which was founded by Rich MacInnes in 1996.
Before that, she was vice president and company officer at Harbour Consulting. Her principal responsibilities included business development, project oversight, strategic planning and internal administrative functions. She was involved in numerous consulting projects with global-automotive manufacturers, tier-one suppliers and the defense industry and provided analysis and counsel in operations improvement, product and process development, competitive research and benchmarking.
Also, while there, Harbour was responsible for management of “The Harbour Report,” which included presentations to executives at global manufacturers, issue resolution, data analysis, verification and methodology training. She was also responsible for the report's strategic planning and future growth to other areas of the world. Over the course of a year, she toured more than 30 automotive manufacturing operations worldwide.
Harbour earned a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. She is on the board of directors of the Society of Automotive Analysts and is an active partner with the Indianapolis-based Manufacturers Association of Plastics Processors.