Change Management Consulting Appoints Brad Thorne as Global Lean Six Sigma Practice Head

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Change Management Consulting, Inc. (CMC), a privately-owned management consulting and training firm announced today the appointment of Brad Thorne as Vice President and Global Lean Six Sigma Practice Head.

Change Management Consulting, Inc. (CMC), a privately-owned management consulting and training firm announced today the appointment of Brad Thorne as Vice President and Global Lean Six Sigma Practice Head.

Mr. Thorne has more than 20 years of diversified business and consulting experience in the United States and abroad. He specializes in organizational transformations, utilizing a practical approach to implement process improvements, build customer-focused organizations, and reduce operating costs. His focus is to create breakthrough business results.

An innovative change agent, Mr. Thorne has worked closely with business leaders--to guide them in preparing themselves, and all employees--for the personal and organizational impacts of change. He has led many diversified companywide projects that have resulted in major breakthroughs in cycle time reduction, time to market, product and service quality, bottom-line savings, and customer loyalty.

"Brad brings extensive global experience and perspective in Lean Six Sigma to Change Management Consulting," said Stanley Cherkasky, Change management Consulting's Founder and Managing Partner. "We are committed to delivering world-class Lean Six Sigma training and consulting services, and Brad will spearhead the leadership and strategic direction to maintain that status."

Mr. Thorne was the Lean Six Sigma Program Manager for SGS Systems & Services Certification, with worldwide responsibilities. He was formerly Global Quality Manager for A&E Products Group, part of Tyco International's Plastics & Adhesives Division, where he became a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt. Mr. Thorne later obtained his Master Black Belt and Lean Certifications while at SGS.

Mr. Thorne's academic credentials include a BA in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, a BS in Industrial Technology, and an MS in Plastics Engineering, both from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.

http://www.cmc-changemanagement.com

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