Gregory L. Schlegel

Gregory L. Schlegel

Greg has over 25 years experience with several Fortune 100 companies across multiple industries. He has held executive positions in the systems, staff and plant operations environments and has been Supply Chain Director, Materials Director, Logistics Manager, Plant Operations Manager, CIO and Systems Director with companies such as Hercules Chemical, Sandvik Specialty Steel, International Harvester, Schlumberger, Loral Aerospace & Defense Electronics, GAF/ISP Specialty Chemicals and IBM Supply Chain Solutions. At IBM, he has worked with companies such a as Rohm & Haas, BASF, Dupont, Dow, Sealed Air, Shering-Plough, Novartis, Pfizer, Alcan, Mead/Westvaco, International Paper, Michelin , Goodyear Tire, Cooper Tire, GE, Caterpillar, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Tyco , Xerox, Coca Cola, Kraft Foods, Nabisco, Georgia Pacific, and more. Greg has also been an Executive Consultant for IBF and is presently VP Business Development/Principal for SherTrack LLC, an "SES", Softwareenabled- Services organization providing Demand-Driven Predictive Manufacturing solutions. As a supply chain practitioner, Greg has designed, implemented and managed several ERP projects, Supply Chain Optimization deployments, Decision Support Systems, Lean Six Sigma and TOC, Theory of Constraints projects within the process manufacturing environment. Greg has also implemented CPFR, collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment systems, S&OP Processes, Order Fulfillment, Total-Cost-to-Serve Customer Projects, APS, Advanced Planning Systems and Transportation-Supply Network Optimization routines. Greg was also APICS' 1997 International Society President. He is a frequent speaker at IBF conferences and seminars, globally. He has published articles in Supply Chain Management Review, IBF's The Journal of Business Forecasting, Logistics Magazine Distribution & Transportation Report, APICS Performance Advantage, Hospital Materiel Management Quarterly, IOMA Newsletters, AIIE, ISSSP the Six Sigma Organization, WCBF Six Sigma, Asia Auto Focus magazine and ORSA/TIMS, now INFORMS. He also holds classes on Theory of Constraints and has taught operations management at the University of Scranton and St. John's University. Greg has been a member of "Who's Who in the USA East" and is presently teaching MBA supply chain risk management at Lehigh University in the Graduate Program. He is a graduate of Penn State, holding a B.S. in Operations Research and Computer Science, and has attended Lake Forest College of Graduate Studies.

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