Dawn has over twenty years experience in global Supply Chain and ERP management, and has worked extensively in Europe, the Americas and Asia. She previously worked for speciality chemical manufacturer, Flexsys, where she held a number of senior positions Global IT Manager and Supply Chain Manager. She worked on the company’s Oliver Wight Global Class A project and designed the processes for its Integrated Business Planning (advanced S&OP) implementation. More recently, she has worked as an independent consultant, advising on transition services for acquisitions and divestments.
“As an Oliver Wight Associate, I hope to use the experience I have gained over the past twenty years to help clients reach their goals - team work and effective communication, within a culture of trust, are key to the success of any organisation,”
Oliver Wight have found they are busier than ever as companies emerge from the recession with the realisation they will have to improve performance if they want to meet customer demand as it returns, and be equipped to survive, should there be another downturn.
Oliver Wight CEO, Les Brookes, says: “When conditions were easier, people could cope just by applying more energy; but now they are finding they really do need to improve their processes. We are delighted to have Dawn as a new addition to our team. She has extensive knowledge and a great enthusiasm for business.”
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About Oliver Wight
Oliver Wight has a 40 year track record of delivering business improvement to some of the world’s best-known organisations. With a team of professionals offering a wealth of experience, Oliver Wight is the largest consultancy of its type, with offices throughout Europe, North and South America, and the Asia Pacific region. We believe that sustainable business improvement can’t be delivered by external consultants but only by our clients’ own people, so unlike other consultancy firms, we transfer our knowledge to them, helping deliver performance levels and financial results that last.
Oliver Wight are the originators of:
1. MRP II – the planning principles that today underpin ERP and supply chain planning
2. S&OP – sales and operations planning
3. Integrated Business Planning (IBP) – Advanced S&OP