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Neal has led manufacturing and supply chain management operations at the VP-level at public and private companies ranging from startups to Fortune 100 firms. He has successfully transferred key management skill sets across industries as diverse as medical devices, fine art publishing, lasers, instrumentation and appliances. His areas of expertise include process and quality improvement, lean manufacturing, customer service (B2B and B2C/retail), strategy development and implementation, cost reduction, new product introduction, turnarounds & troubleshooting and team building. He has been a SCORE mentor to small businesses and nonprofits since 2011.
Neal has a BS in industrial engineering and operations research from Cornell University, where he also did graduate work. He completed the GE Manufacturing Management Program and the Becton Dickinson - Harvard Business School Executive Program.</p>
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Senior Vice President of Operations responsible for five manufacturing plants of a multinational pharmaceutical and chemical producer. Specialties: General Management,Manufacturing, Operations, Business Plans and Strategies, Purchasing, Procurement,Distribution.
<p> B.S. Ch. E. University of Cincinnati</p>
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Published Oct. 12, 2011
I’m a licensed land surveyor who recently started my own firm. While I know my trade well, like most engineering types, sales is not my strong suit. How can I overcome this weakness? Read more....
Published Oct. 2, 2011
A concise primer on how to navigate your way to franchise success.
Published Aug. 25, 2011
This is a graph illustrating when fixed plus variable costs equal business revenue. That is, you neither lost or made any money on that volume for that product or service. Usually this calculation is shown as a graph but numbers of units and dollars are shown on the grid.
Every startup existing company must balance costs with revenues or they will lose money. This calculation, using an Excel formula, will calculate when a certain volume of sales will equal your fixed and variable costs. The variable costs are the cost per unit of volume. Most business plans will show this calculation.
Published Aug. 4, 2011
This business plan is a generic model suitable for all types of businesses. However, you should modify it to suit your particular circumstances.