I believe "obverse" has several meanings, with one being "the flip side of something (coin)."
I'm trying to cleverly contrast opposite approaches of a person's management duties.
"From a wide angle view, she oversees the organization's operations and business developments, while obversely attending to the concurrent needs of individual clients."
Is this the right usage of the word "obversely" to contrast "wide" with "individual?" Is there one word that means both obverse and concurrent? What I'm trying to say is "while on the flip side at the same time."
Is there more eloquent way to make the statement. I really want to juxtapose the manager's effectiveness in her broad (wide) management duties against the individual (narrow) needs of clients.
Thanks to all who respond!