十一月MBA讲坛——《Logistics in the US》
Date: Nov. 8, 13:30-16:30
Venue: Rm.201, 3th Teaching Bulding
• US Economic Overview
Discuss current US market dynamics
Discuss growing trend in e-commerce
• Current economic impact on US logistics
Discuss the financial impact on distribution and transportation
Discuss the impact on warehousing
• Warehousing / Fulfillment / Order Processing
Identify the components of the supply chain
Review the activities in a fulfillment operation
• Transportation trends
Discuss the various modes of transportation
Discuss transportation analysis
• Supply chain optimization
Identify optimization techniques and models
• Continuous improvement and lean initiatives
Introduce Six Sigma methodologies
• Career options in Logistics
• Future of Logistics
Identify trends in logistics
Speaker:David A. Litterello
Business executive with over 15 years of Fortune 100 organization, strategy and material planning, business intelligence and operational analysis. Thorough understanding of business process flows and value chains. Goal oriented, versatile manager with extensive professional experience in strategic development and implementation of OBP operations, logistics, project management, CRM, sales support, transportation, ERP/MRP and Six Sigma initiatives. Excellent communications and presentation skills combined with MBA.
Archway Marketing Services, - Aberdeen, MD
VP, General Manager – Life Science East Coast Operations 2005 – Pres
Responsible for designing, engineering/build out, managing, material management, production planning and controlling all activities (utilizing OBP-Operational Best Practices) of the Life Science East Cost Distribution Centers.
Ensured strategic and budgetary goals are passed and achieved as well as managing P&L, budgeting, financial reporting, leading operational efficiencies and maintaining high service levels.
Maximize synergies within Operations and Customer Service to reduce cost, eliminate redundancies and improve processes and product flow utilizing lean process mapping / DMAIC processes.
Developed and implemented Lean and CIAP (Continuous Improvement Action Plans) that increased operational efficiencies, reduced fixed and variable costs resulting in EBITDA contributions of over 26%
Responsible for leading cross functional teams to develop innovative supply chain solutions including voucher adjudication solutions, pharmacy discount cards, temperature controlled, demand planning, ROI analysis and other life science initiatives for clients including AstraZeneca, Genzyme and J&J.
Created several business development initiatives (B2B,B2C) increasing customer portfolio by 45%
Implemented EIS dashboards and lean initiatives that resulted in increased revenue per employee
Conducted client business assessments, enterprise data modeling and optimization, identified CTQ customer requirements resulting in client retention and double digit top line growth
Completed ISO 9001:2000, FDA, DEA and cGMP certification in shortest timeframe company wide
Alliance Medical LLC - Baltimore, MD
General Manager, Operations / Material Planning 2002 – 2005
Developed and implemented cross functional operations and material planning strategies that supported double digit growth. Implemented operational improvements, strategic initiatives and supply chain logistics that provided competitive advantages and sales growth.
Formulated operating goals and objectives for the medical device service locations. Developed operating process improvements and efficiencies utilizing Six Sigma methodologies.
Implemented sales performance metrics, royalties for independent sales reps and distributors
Developed strategic alliances with other medical devices sales organizations including McKesson / Caligor / H.Schien sales channels, developed GPO preferred pricing solutions and contracts (AmeriNet)
Developed employee goal and performance processes to ensure quality compliance.]
Completed a market research, competitive assessment, go to market strategy for a PR of China launch and conducted sales strategy and training programs in PR of China
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GE Medical Systems, (General Electric Company)- Baltimore, MD
Northeast and Central Division Manager 2000 - 2002
Responsible for process re-engineering using Six Sigma tools and methodologies for the delivery service model, commission structures, business development, customer service and operational best practices of the 6 GE branch locations.
Developed and implemented a business intelligence tools for decision support of sales and marketing promotional initiatives
Implemented PTM (performance tracking management) systems resulting in a 18% increase in productivity and quality
Developed and implemented a continuous improvement process for sourcing, vendor management and business P&L of 6 branch operations
Implemented performance matrix’s, increased new business by 22% and improved order cycle time by 26% and OM by 15%
UPS Logistics Group (Formerly Livingston Healthcare Services)- Newark, DE
Vice President, Operations 1999 - 2000
Day to day management of 6 large distribution centers (over 2 million square feet) strategically located throughout the US. Development of value drivers for the Distribution operations, Customer Service, Client Care and Regulatory Compliance for the entire supply chain operation.
Successfully initialized the startup operation of the company’s largest Cold Storage / Temperature Controlled highly regulated (American Red Cross – frozen plazma) client in the shortest startup time in the history of the company.
Implemented warehouse automation solutions resulting in 20% productivity improvements.
News America Marketing- Norwalk, CT
Vice President, Purchasing, Planning and Logistics 1993 – 1999
Responsible for heading the Business Process Review team which analyzed and process mapped the entire company. International sourcing and global procurement. C-Level Client presentations to Procter & Gamble, Kelloggs, Kimberly Clark, Quaker Oats, McNeil, Johnson & Johnson, Coke, Nestle, Microsoft.
Developed a distribution network consisting of a portfolio of 7 strategically located public fulfillment centers, 5 transportation freight brokers and a 3rd party logistics company which resulted in a total distribution cost reduction of over 25%.
Implemented EDI / IT systems enhancements with 3rd party fulfillment centers which reduced order lead-time by 3 days. Responsible for 3PL, sourcing, vendor management and contract negotiations.
Implementing high-speed sortation material handling system (SI Handling Systems) that has increased the pick/pack throughput rate by 400% and increase order accuracy to 99.5%.
Pfizer / Howmedica,- Rutherford, NJ
Manager, Logistics Planning and Control 1990 – 1993
EDUCATION: MBA New York Institute of Technology, New York , NY
BBA Iona College, New Rochelle, NY
Adjunct Lecturer – Harford Community College, Bel Air, MD 2006 - Pres
International Lecturer - East China University, Shanghai, China 2007 – Pres