Vice President - Global Supply Chain / Logistics @ Autoliv
Senior Director, Global Supply Chain Management @ Johnson Controls (f.k.a Tyco International)
Michigan State University
20+ years of supply chain, logistics engineering and manufacturing operations experience as a director, program manager, supervisor, specialist, and engineer. In depth knowledge and work experience in Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Industrial and Consumer Products industries. Adaptable to a variety of business environments with a proven ability to lead teams in both U.S. and international operations. MBA
20+ years of supply chain, logistics engineering and manufacturing operations experience as a director, program manager, supervisor, specialist, and engineer. In depth knowledge and work experience in Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Industrial and Consumer Products industries. Adaptable to a variety of business environments with a proven ability to lead teams in both U.S. and international operations. MBA skilled at building and leading teams that exceed program deliverables, budget objectives and timing constraints.
Senior Director, Global Indirect Sourcing @ Recruited by Tyco to lead Global Sourcing & Procurement – Indirect Sourcing organization. Responsible for development and implementation of enterprise-wide Indirect Sourcing commodity management strategies focusing on the $1.0b billion spend in employee and business services across North America, Europe/Middle East/Africa, Asia, Pacific, and Latin America. Additional responsibilities include driving annual sourcing cost-out projects, improving working capital and cash flow across the Tyco businesses, actively develop organizational construct including talent development, and Tyco Fire & Security GmbH board member. From January 2013 to Present (2 years 10 months) Schaffhausen, SwitzerlandDirector, Strategy @ Joined Raytheon Technical Services LLC ($3.2 billion in annual sales) as part of a structured professional developmental rotation. Responsible to lead the development of a global logistics product line strategy across Engineering, Integrated Supply Chain, Business Development and Program Management organizations. Logistics product line strategy is designed to support 5-year business area growth goals while optimizing logistics performance and maximizing customer value. From November 2010 to January 2013 (2 years 3 months) Greater Boston AreaDirector, Supply Chain Operations @ Delivered an executable five year Enterprise-wide Logistics Strategy within first four months. Led a staff of nine direct leaders with total responsibility over 1,200+ company-wide salaried and hourly logisticians. Leveraged an enterprise-wide Logistics Community of Practice to drive execution of common objectives and strategic initiatives. Drove more than $4+ million in annual cost savings achieved through competitive bidding and contact renegotiations on an annual $45 million baseline freight budget. Delivered more than $1M+ in annual cost avoidance through the implementation of a transformational transportation management system. Developed and implementing an enterprise-wide 4PLstrategy designed to streamline material flow, improve working capital through Supplier Managed Inventory (SMI), and rationalize supply base through procurement consolidation. From December 2006 to November 2010 (4 years) Greater Boston AreaPlatform Manager @ Responsible for all aspects of new model program investment forecasting, planning, systems procurement, and launch of assembly plant internal logistics. Led a staff of seven engineers with responsibility for five assembly plants located in North America and Mexico. Also responsible for strategic business development and alignment with Ford Production System (FPS), Vehicle Operations labor & overhead budgeting, employee recruiting and professional development.
Selected by Ford South American Operations (FSAO) to lead a staff of 12 engineers responsible for the development and launch of a site-wide integrated material flow plan for the Ford 'Amazon' assembly plant in Salvador, Brazil. Greenfield manufacturing complex included – stamping, assembly and integrated manufacturing supplier operations. From September 1997 to November 2006 (9 years 3 months) Dearborn, MI; Salvador, Brazil
MBA, International Business @ University of MichiganBS, Packaging @ Michigan State University David Dorgan is skilled in: Logistics, MRP, Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Cross-functional Team..., Supply Chain Management, Program Management, Aerospace, Continuous Improvement, Engineering Management, Process Improvement, Systems Engineering, DoD, Supply Management, Security Clearance, Supply Chain, Value Stream Mapping, Strategic Sourcing, Defense, Manufacturing
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