Eric has a 32-year career in industry and consulting, in various areas and departments. Amongst others, he worked as a manufacturing engineer with General Electric Company and then as a marketing manager with Digital Equipment’s Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Product Development group. For over 20 years he was one of the principal supply chain and enterprise resource planning system strategists and a delivery partner for IBM/PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting, working to deliver new processes, systems and organizations for enterprise-wide transformation projects.
In 2015, Eric became a Professor of Professional Practice at Rutgers Business School. He is teaching various supply chain topics on the undergraduate and graduate level, including strategy, consulting, supply chain finance, and supply chain analytics. In addition, Eric is the SCM-MBA Program Coordinator for the full-time MBA program, working closely with industry contacts and students to facilitate summer internships and full-time placement of our supply chain graduates. He mentors the MBA Management Consulting Club and the Supply Chain Student Initiative and provides coaching and development to participants in local and national case competitions.
A structured approach to assessing the maturity of your own supply chain analytics and its impact on the relationship with stakeholders.