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GREGORY R. BYLO Livingston, New Jersey 07039 (973) 747-9124 firstname.lastname@example.org DIRECTOR OF SUPPLY CHAIN & S&OP Greater New York City Area Management strategist with extensive experience in leading global process improvement activities within major corporate environments. Drives International Supply Chain and Sales and Operations planning, manages and optimizes functional processes, and develops and implements process improvements. Leads global projects to enhance end-to-end supply chain effectiveness and efficiency, implement new systems and develop new business competencies. Spearheads systems implementations and upgrades. Develops and conducts key education regimens, including Certified Planning and Inventory Management. Builds, trains, mentors and manages high functioning teams in the delivery of outstanding supply chain and operations excellence. AREAS OF EXPERTISE Supply Chain Management ~ Quality Management ~ Leadership ~ Continuous Improvement Process Management/Improvement ~ Business Performance Management ~ Operations Management Systems Implementations ~ Efficiencies ~ Team Building/Management ~ Customer Satisfaction PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE BECTON DICKINSON INC., Franklin Lakes, NJ 1997 – Present A $7.5 Billion multinational life science company that operates in 102 countries specializing in medical devices, diagnostics, bioscience and pharmaceuticals. Director of Supply Chain – Program Manager (2012-Present) Partnering with the Vice President Global Supply Chain in support of Supply Chain initiatives focused on optimizing the processes, organization and supply network. Supports the attainment of Supply Chain costs as a percentage of sales goals. Currently managing several network studies for the US and Europe regions to decrease distribution and warehousing costs while increasing customer service levels. Core Team Lead EVEREST Program (2007-2012) Demand-to-Supply (DTS) Plan / Business-to-Sales / Operations Planning (BTS) Planning Drove the Supply Chain, as well as the Sales and Operations integrated planning process. Held accountability for the development and utilization of these processes and the supporting IT applications. Worked across 6 international business units and 7 regions in designing, building and deploying new generation processes and systems that will support the organization for over the next 10 years. Directly reported on program deliverables to the Program Leadership and the business impact and change to the Integrated Supply Chain Leadership team consisting of the Chief Supply Chain Officer and all worldwide business and region Vice Presidents of Operations. Supervised an 8-member personal team and 13 global associates that represented 400+ global business planning associates. Facilitated enhanced projected forecast accuracy to 80%+, a 20% increased inventory turn, and a 15% to 20% boost in customer service levels. Eradicated inefficiencies for the single BD supply chain by designing standardized and stabilized supply chain, sales and operations planning processes. Enabled BD’s meeting customer demand by enhancing production capacity and inventory availability through the implementation of a demand supply balancing process in support of customer service levels and improvements. Led global teams in the successful migration from the legacy system and process to a new one in a single go live. Circumvented management expectations, and established a realistic understanding of system migration progress by directing the IT organization to publish weekly IT status updates, and by creating a ‘super- user network’ to educate end-users on process and system use, as well as implementing planning pilots across global regions to demonstrate effective system usage to meet business requirements. Resume GREGORY R. BYLO Page 2 (973) 747-9124 email@example.com Director Global Business Process (2003-2007) Oversaw Supply Chain, Sales and Operations Planning, as well as Warehousing and Logistics, Order Management and E-Business business processes. Partnered with team members, as well as all businesses and regions in tracking and improving business processes to meet the Integrated Supply Chain Operating Committee’s annual performance goals and inform project schedule decision-making. Led global teams in the delivery of 50+ global projects. Saved $10M in finished goods inventory by optimizing inventory for a single business through the development of a single echelon inventory optimization process and application. Grew forecast accuracy from 64% to 85%. Led a Weights and Measures Project that created a global technique to weight and measure every pallet each product for the ERP system, and deliver warehouse and transportation process excellence in DC’s globally. Integrated change management, organization behavior and process improvement into a single integrated methodology with the development of a best-in-class Sales and Operations planning process implementation model. Addressed organizational change needs through the development of the Global Supply Chain Strategy Council in cooperation with the Vice President of the International Supply Chain that managed the global integrated supply chain. Spearheaded team efforts in North America to develop an E-Commerce strategy, including the integration of the E-Catalogue and GS1 process model. Held responsibility for the North American Forecast-to-Stock (NA FTS) process. Developed the justification and upgrade of the Advanced Planning Optimizer (APO) application from v. 3.5 to 4.0. Managed an ISC project to launch a competency model that provided ISC associates with a consistent career path. Organized APICS Certified Planning and Inventory Management (CPIM) classes. Contributed to BD winning awards as an example of supply chain best-in-class. Recognized as the Supply Chain Process leader and global design expert, serving as the main point-of- contact for all supply chain issues. Facilitator of the Forecast-to-Stock Team – Genesis Program (2001-2003) Led the implementation of the new Genesis Supply Chain Planning and Manufacturing ERP solution across 52 global locations over 4 years. Stabilized and improved APO software functionality and usability that employed demand and supply planning modules, as well as R/3 system integration. Integrated the APO and Business Warehouse aspects of the SAP system in the companies’ disaster recovery protocol to ensure risk mitigation. Oversaw the activities of 4, 5-member global implementation teams. Launched a standardized S&OP methodology across all businesses and regions that became BD’s foundational business process. Replaced 400+ individual computer systems with a single SAP system on a global basis. Instituted a global design through localization of 50 manufacturing sites and minimized change requirements while moving to a common application. Empowered global inventory, demand and capacity visibility through the establishment of a single planning and execution process across the supply chain. ADDITIONAL BD EXPERIENCE Facilitator of Manufacturing Team – Genesis Project Managed the Genesis project manufacturing redesign and validation of production planning and execution, as well as quality management and plant maintenance functions. Led the successful rollout of 13 manufacturing plants across 4 regions. Resume GREGORY R. BYLO Page 3 (973) 747-9124 firstname.lastname@example.org Team Member – Quality design Team – Genesis Project Configured the quality notification module that tracked and controlled preventative and remedial actions. Implemented the Columbus manufacturing plant’s quality module, coordinated the Columbus team, and brought the 1 manufacturing site onto the SAP ERP global design. Served as a team member in the company’s global integrated manufacturing design. Corporate Quality Systems Manager Developed the SAP ERP global design proposal and business case as a Genesis Blue Print Team member. Eliminated redundant supplieraudits and saved business expenditures through the creation and presentation of an integrated global supplierevaluationmethodology tothe global procurementcouncil. EARLY CAREER HIGHLIGHTS KEARFOTT GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION CORPORATION, Wayne, NJ Manager Quality Assurance, Manager Procurement Quality Assurance, Principal Engineer, Supervisor Incoming Inspection Operations SMITH & WESSON, Springfield, MA Manufacturing Engineer EDUCATION Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering and Material Science, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Certified Lean Leader in the Officer Leader Certified Six Sigma Green Belt Certified Building Sub-code Official – State of New Jersey Competent Toastmaster (CTM) of Toastmasters International Certified Quality Engineer from American Society of Quality AFFILIATIONS American Society of Quality American Society of Mechanical Engineers Association for Planning and Inventory Control BD UNIVERSITY Certified Organizational Profiler TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES SAP R/3 4.0B • SAP SCM and APO •SAP BI •SAP ECC Microsoft Office Suite•Microsoft Project •Microsoft VISIO Resume
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