is Vice President of Workplace Transformation, Inc and has been with the company since it was founded. She has extensive consulting experience with organizational change in manufacturing, service and non profit organizations. The companies she has worked with cover a broad spectrum including academic, aerospace, automotive (Tier 1, 2, and 3), electronics, explosives, metal fabrication, machine tool, mining, paper, power equipment and service, retail distribution, and telecommunications. She has worked throughout the United States, in Canada and in Mexico.
Prior to joining Workplace Transformation, Nancy worked for General Motors. She progressed through several positions in Operations and Human Resources including Production Supervisor, labor relations, salaried personnel administration and human resource development. Her experiences in transforming the Livonia Engine Plant prepared her to lead the Planning Team during the early development of the Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly Plant. The Planning Team developed the ‘team concept’ which created a new work environment involving employees in improving performance and significantly raising the skill level of the workforce. The plant demonstrated that high seniority employees, displaced from other GM facilities, could master new technology and thrive in a new workplace culture. The plant is one of four remaining GM facilities in Detroit and in 2005 was ranked by J. D. Powers as the third most productive automotive facility in the United States.
Nancy is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Business Administration and received her MBA with distinction from Miami of Ohio University.
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