Mike is Adjunct Professor with The Shingo Prize and on the teaching faculty of LEI. As president of the management consulting firm that bears his name, Mike is at the forefront of the Lean I.T. movement, helping to educate companies on how to use I.T. to improve the quality and timeliness of I.T. services while reducing cost and even improving employee morale.
He delivers a unique blend of Lean, Six Sigma, I.T. and Operation and has been coaching and consulting and coaching for over 20 years. Mike holds certifications in Management Accounting, Production and Inventory Control, Project Management, Six Sigma and Agile.
As co-author of the award-winning book, “Lean I.T. – Enabling and Sustaining Your Lean Transformation,” his experience includes the application of Lean to non-manufacturing and manufacturing environments including Lean Office, I.T., Accounting, Legal, Engineering, Procurement, Supply-Chain, HR and Customer Service processes. His experience includes systems design, application development, global ERP implementations, enterprise-wide process improvement, and large-scale roll out of Lean Enterprise initiatives for global companies as guide and coach.
Mike has been featured as a workshop presenter and keynote speaker by many organizations including the Shingo Prize, the Lean Enterprise Institute, the Healthcare Value Network, the Society for Information Management (SIM), the Association for Operations Management (APICS), the Institute for Managerial Accountants (IMA), the Associate for Manufacturing Excellence (AME), Healthcare Support and System Innovation Program (CSSI), Microsoft, KPMG and Western Digital.