Ingersoll Rand 
Beginner level
Intermediate level

Improving enterprise performance through goal deployment

Achieving enterprise improvements

Format

Practitioner Presentation
Thursday, Oct. 12 Location Code
9:30am-10:30am Hynes Center, Level 3, Ballroom A ThS/50

Topic(s)

Highlights

Achieve enterprise-wide results through effective goal deployment across businesses, corporate functions and regions. Integrate key elements of A3 thinking, standard work, managing for daily improvement, and problem solving. Provide focus for your business and value to your customers.

Overview

Learn how to effectively deploy goals across the enterprise while integrating essential elements of a business operating system. Understand the value of enterprise standard work in sales, inventory and operational planning (SIOP) and materials management. Leverage daily visual management to promote adoption of standard work, drive improvement and ensure sustainability. Identify how to effectively link problem solving at a site level with execution at an enterprise level to "give operations a voice" and increase the pace of change. Discover how A3 thinking and coaching at all levels of the organization can deliver significant improvements for your customers and your business. Learn how effective goal deployment and leader standard work promotes teamwork across 60 locations, 11 business units and 4 continents at Ingersoll Rand.

Company

Ingersoll Rand, a $13 billion global business, advances the quality of life by creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments; its family of brands — including Club Car®, Ingersoll Rand®, Thermo King® and Trane® — work together to enhance the quality and comfort of air in homes and buildings; transport and protect food and perishables; and increase industrial productivity and efficiency. www.ingersollrand.com

Presenters: Mike Mosher / Joel Knox

Mike Mosher is the operational excellence leader for Ingersoll Rand’s corporate functions. He leads value stream transformation efforts across human resources, information technologies, finance, engineering, and integrated supply chain. He also leads the enterprise goal deployment process and supports the company’s business operating system. Previously, Mosher was with Bank of America leading process engineering teams across domestic and global business units. Prior to Bank of America, he held numerous operational and leadership positions GE’s manufacturing and financial services businesses. Mosher has a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Kentucky and a BS degree in electrical engineering from Michigan Technological University. He is a certified master black belt from GE. 

Joel Knox joined Ingersoll Rand as an operational excellence change agent for the global SIOP and materials management transformation. Previously, he held operations leadership positions with Hatch Early Childhood and Leica Biosystems. His expertise in lean materials and inventory management helps him drive simultaneous improvements in delivery and inventory turns. Knox has a BA in supply chain management and economics from Michigan State University and is currently pursuing his MBA at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.