Greg Snyder, currently the Principle of Operational Improvement Solutions-Consulting Inc. is a dynamic, results-oriented senior operations professional with over 30 years of broad-based experience. In his work history he delivered increased shareholder value with measurable achievements in manufacturing, strategic planning, implementation, leadership, logistics management, and teambuilding which has generated optimum productivity and performance excellence from staff as well as provided guidance and support across the organization. Greg combines his hands-on experience in leading manufacturing and 3PL warehousing operations by applying Lean Six Sigma principles, focusing on practical continuous improvement and A3 problem solving, which has provided millions of dollars in improved operational efficiencies. In addition, Greg has extensive manufacturing experience working internationally in Australia, the UK, France, New Zealand, and Singapore.
Prior to starting Operational Improvement Solutions-Consulting Inc., Greg has worked for many notable organizations including Lineage Logistics, AlliedSignal Aerospace (n/k/a Honeywell Aerospace), TRW Aeronautical Systems, TRW Steering & Suspension, SpaceX, Adam Aircraft and Accellent Medical Devices. His vast range of experience has spanned from directing and executing projects to improving operational performance, leading manufacturing operations, 3PL warehousing operations, applying Lean Six Sigma principles, focusing on practical continuous improvement and problem solving. As a skilled mentor and communicator, he has trained and coached teams in improvement methods and their application. His manufacturing knowledge has been applied to multiple industries including aerospace, automotive, medical devices, plastic injection molding, 3PL cold chain warehousing,
Greg earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Portland State. He has also earned a Black Belt certification from TRW and served two apprenticeships one as a general machinist and a second one as a plastic injection mold maker. From these experiences he gained hands on knowledge with manufacturing processes as well as learning to communicate effectively from the shop floor to the board room.