Daniel J. Stoelb
Coach for Lean Leadership - Coupon Codes: 302, 308, 313, 335, 348, 357, 378, 379, 383, 389, 395, 400, 401, 406, 410
Biography & Areas
Daniel has an extensive career that covers a diverse set of industries while successfully holding positions in every organizational functional area and level. Daniel has worked in the following industries: Automotive; Wood and Furniture; Electronics; Metals; Military; and Non-Profit. He has adroitly led organizations from small to large in size.
Daniel is known for his extensive understanding of how to correctly plan; design and implement organizational performance improvement programs using the concepts; tools and methodology from several continuous improvement philosophies, which include: Lean; the Toyota Production System; Six Sigma; and the Theory of Constraints. The results of Daniel’s leading continuous improvement programs have achieved an average annual cost savings of $4,000,000 or greater sustained for the long-term. Daniel has led over 500 kaizens in his career.
Daniel has successfully worked, managed and led the following departments: Manufacturing; Safety; Quality; Engineering; HR; Logistics; Production Control; Training; Administrative; Purchasing and New Product Development and Launch.
Daniel has taken his extensive experience in continuous improvement and founded several professional networking and training organizations whose purpose is to assist individuals and organizations learn the tools of continuous improvement; the importance of leadership in achieving success and sustaining results; successfully conduct project management; and design and present effective training programs for the shop-floor employee through executive level leadership.
Daniel has a wealth of experience in change management and change leadership and it is through his diverse and eclectic experience that he has been able to develop the critical skills to lead an organization through the journey of continuous improvement and organizational change.
Ask Daniel about:
- Change Management and Change Leadership.
- Continuous Improvement.
- Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma.
- New Product Development & Launch
- The Toyota Production System.
- Performance Measurement Systems.
- Employee and Management Training.
- Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.