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					      Dr. Kevin McCormack
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Academic and Business Experience


             2012
                                    Dr. Kevin McCormack
                                        Home Address

                                    5425 Willow Bridge Lane
                                  Raleigh, NC USA 27526-8484
                               919-270-1250 (W) 919-552-8626 (H)
                                     Kmccorm241@aol.com

Education

Doctor of Business Administration
April 30, 1999
Nova Southeastern University
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Major: Management

Masters of Business Administration
May 1985
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Major: General Management

Bachelors of Science
May 1977
Purdue University
Hammond, Indiana
Major: Mechanical Engineering Technology

Associate in Applied Science
June 1973
Purdue University
Hammond, Indiana
Major: Chemistry
Academic / Teaching Experience

I have the following academic experience:

Summary:

Graduate (masters and doctorate): 1990 to 2012 (22 years)
Undergraduate: 1988 to 2006 (18 years)
Blended Learning (on line, video conference, class room): 2002 to 2012 (12 years)


Details: I have developed and delivered the courses listed below.

Professor (Adjunct)
Skema Business School (in France)
Supply Relationship Management –MS Level
2011 – Present

Professor
National Graduate School
Quality Systems Management –DBA Level
Research Courses and Supervise Dissertations – 2009 – Present

Professor
National Graduate School
Quality Systems Management –DBA Level
Advanced Benchmarking – 2009 - Present

Professor (Adjunct)
Skema Business School
Supply Risk Management –MS Level
2009 – Present

Professor (Adjunct)
University of Maryland
Supply Risk Management –MS and Executive Education Level
2009 - Present

Adjunct Professor
University of Oklahoma
Tinker Lean Institute
Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) Model Application (Graduate Level)
Fall 2004 through 2008

Lead Professor
Supply Chain Resource Consortium, NC State
China SCM Education Program, Shanghai
Organized and lead the program and taught various SCM courses. (Graduate Level)
Spring 2005, Summer 2005, Fall 2005, Winter 2007, Winter 2008
Professor (Adjunct)
Campbell University
Lundy-Fetterman School of Business
Organizational Behavior –Graduate Level
Fall 2005

Professor (Adjunct)
Campbell University
Lundy-Fetterman School of Business
Human Resource Management (Graduate Level)
Summer 2005

Professor (Teaching)
North Carolina State University
College of Management
Project Management (Graduate Level)
Summer 2005

Professor (Teaching)
North Carolina State University
College of Management
Information Systems Management (under grad)
Fall 2004, Spring 2005

Adjunct Professor
University of Alabama at Birmingham
MS- Information Engineering and Management Program
Enterprise Information Architecture (Graduate Level)
Fall 2004

Instructor
University of Alabama at Birmingham
MS-Information Engineering and Management Program
Information Resources Management and Technology Management (Graduate Level)
Spring 2003, Summer 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Fall 2004

Instructor
University of Alabama at Birmingham
MBA Program
Information Resources Management (Graduate Level)
Fall 2002, Spring 2003, Summer 2003, Spring 2004

Instructor
University of Alabama at Birmingham
MBA Program
Business Process Management (Graduate Level)
Fall 2002, Fall 2003, Spring 2004

Instructor
University of Alabama at Birmingham
MBA Program
Technology Project Management (Graduate Level)
Summer 2002, Spring 2003, Summer 2003, Fall 2003

Instructor
Keller Graduate School of Management
MBA Program
Management Information Systems (Graduate Level)
Spring 1991, Fall 1992

Instructor
Keller Graduate School of Management
MBA Program
Systems Analysis and Design (Graduate Level)
Fall 1990, Spring 1991

Instructor
University of Maryland - European Division
Management Information Systems (under grad)
Fall 1989

Instructor
University of Maryland - European Division
Operation Management (under grad)
Spring 1989
Work Experience

Academic

Professor                                                          2009 - Present
National Graduate School
Massachusetts
Developed and delivered Advanced Benchmarking courses within the DBA – Quality Systems
Management (QSM) program. Also taught research methods and supervised dissertations in
the DBA QSM program.

Adjunct Professor                                                     2009 - Present
Skema Business School
Sophia Antipolis Campus, France
Developed and delivered Supply Risk Management courses within the Masters of Supply Chain
Management program.

Adjunct Professor                                                   2004 - 2008
Lean Institute
University of Oklahoma
Developed and delivered Supply Chain Management courses within the Lean Institute
Executive Education Program serving Tinker Air Force Base.

Adjunct Professor
Campbell University                                              2005-2006
Lundy-Fetterman School of Business
Developed and delivered Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior courses
within the MBA program.

Professor (Teaching)
North Carolina State University
College of Management                                                 2004-2005
Developed and delivered IT concentration course in the Business Management program such
as Information Resources Management. Also taught in the Supply Chain Management
concentration in the MBA program.

Adjunct Professor – Information Systems
University of Alabama at Birmingham
School of Engineering                                                         2002-to 2004
Developed and delivered several courses such as Technology Project Management,
Information Resources Management, and Enterprise Information Architecture in the MS in
Information Engineering and Management program in the School of Engineering.

Instructor – Information Systems
University of Alabama at Birmingham
School of Business                                                    2002-to 2004
Developed and delivered IT concentration course in the MBA program such as Technology
Project Management, Information Resources Management and Business Process
Management.
Instructor – Information Systems
Keller Graduate School
Chicago, Ill                                                          1990-to 1992
Developed and delivered IT concentration course in the MBA program.

Instructor – Information Systems and Operations Management
University of Maryland
Bremen, Germany                                                     1988-to 1989
Developed and delivered IT and operations management course business undergraduate
program.
Business Experience

President (founder)
DRK Research and Consulting, LLC                                       2000 - to Present
Raleigh, North Carolina
Leading a global research and consulting firm focused on developing new digitally enabled
business models and process improvement strategies for established firms. Also leading
several research projects focused on best practices and benchmarking of practices in business
analytics and supply chain management processes.

President (founder)
JK Data Analytics, LLC                                                2008 - to Present
Raleigh, North Carolina
Leading a business analytics firm focused on software as a service (SaaS) business models
and advanced analytics.

CEO
Supply Chain Redesign, LLC                                             2004 – to 2007
Raleigh, North Carolina
Leading a consulting firm focused on developing new SCM business models and SCM
investment strategies and plans for established firms. Also leading several research projects
focused on best practices and benchmarking of practices in supply chain management
processes. Established and managed a China SCM Education program in Shanghai, China.


Vice President – Digital Business and Supply Chain Strategy
Sapient Corporation                                                    1999-2000
Cambridge MA (HQ)
Led the Manufacturing and Retail Digital Business and Supply Chain Strategy group for this
global Internet services company. Developed and delivered e-business strategic business
models for clients including B2C and B2B portals and exchanges. Worked in a multi-disciplined
project environment that included brand, experience and technology strategy. Led the supply
chain best practice research and benchmarking program developing primary research used to
support client engagements.


Vice President - Business Consulting Practice
Complete Business Solutions, Inc.                                          1998-1999
Farmington Hills, MI (HQ)

Led the Business Consulting Practice for this global IT Services firm of 5,500 people.
Developed and deployed Business Consulting solutions involving E-Business, BPE, Change
Management, Information Strategy and Planning, Business Strategy Development and Change
Management for Enterprise System Implementation (SAP, PeopleSoft) and Supply Chain
Solutions. Instructed and lead project teams in the utilization of the methodologies with clients.
Developed and managed the Business Process Orientation and Supply Chain Management
research and benchmarking programs. Led the development and execution of the Business
Consulting marketing program, product strategy and development, direct marketing and sales
support.
Vice President - Marketing and Product Development                    1997-1998
Complete Business Solutions, Inc. (formally Claremont Technology Group)
Manufacturing Solutions Practice
Portland, OR (HQ)

Developed and deployed the BPE, Change Management, Enterprise System Implementation
(SAP, Baan) and Supply Chain Solutions (i2, MIMI) methodologies for a major systems
integration firm. Instructed and led project teams in the utilization of the methodologies with
clients. Developed and led the Supply Chain Decisions research program that contributed to
the Supply Chain Council Reference model (SCOR). Also led the development and execution
of the marketing research program, product strategy, direct marketing and sales support
system.


Vice President and Principal Consultant                             1996-1997
Business Process Services Group - BPSG
(SBU of JLS Software Services – Acquired by Claremont Technology Group in 1997)
Atlanta, GA (HQ)

Led the IT consulting division of a national IT services firm. P&L responsibility for sales,
marketing, product development, recruitment and service delivery. This role involved building
and leading an independent, stand alone business unit as well as developing and directing the
marketing strategy for the entire company. Developed and sold specific services offerings for
Supply Chain Optimization (MIMI), Data Warehousing and BPE in preparation for an SAP
implementation.


Sr. Partner                                                              1995-1996
ProMeta Consulting (A Division of ACS – Sold in 1996)
West Chester, PA     (HQ)

Provided leadership in the development and delivery of the services, products, methodology
and marketing plans of an Information Technology and Business Process Engineering services
group focusing on the supply chain in the process industries. This role involved business
development, product development, direct sales, direct consulting and leading the services
group.


Sr. Reengineering Consultant                                             1993-1995
Texas Instruments (Division sold in 1995)
Dallas, TX

Provided a client consulting service for Food, Beverage and OTC customers. This service
utilized the TI methodology to implement major changes in business processes and business
performance. Working with the senior leadership of major companies, this group provided
services that organized customer reengineering efforts, taught the use of Texas Instruments’
Business Process Reengineering methodology and implemented organizational and
technological solutions. This position involved business development, direct sales, direct
consulting and the delivery of IT services.
General Manager- DiGiorno Foods                                                   1992-1993
Kraft General Foods
Birmingham, AL

Managed the fresh pasta operation for Kraft General Foods (USA) during the national
expansion and “turn-around” situation. Implemented a Total Quality and process based
organization. Developed and implemented reengineering strategies and plans to substantially
reduce product cost and increase outputs by 25%. Reduced fixed cost by 30%. Improved
safety record by 750% and quality by 200%.



Director of Engineering –Operation Systems                                1990- 1992
Kraft General Foods
Northbrook, IL.

Led the corporate operation systems group serving forty plants in the U.S., Europe and
Australia. Developed a “Total Quality Management” organization structure and a skills
development program. Initiated several automation strategies and plans leading to improved
quality and reduced costs. Served as a key member of the KGF Plant Systems Standards
Committee that set hardware, software and implementation standards for KGF plants. Served
on the “Hay” job evaluation committee for KUSA. Led the reengineering of the engineering
process for all engineering functions. Executed a 100 million-dollar per year capital program for
Kraft USA.

Plant Manager                                                             1988-1990
General Foods - HAG AG
Bremen, Germany

Managed the world’s largest coffee decaffeination plant during a major expansion as well as the
powdered drink and coffee roasting facility. Gained valuable experience managing a German
speaking organization in a European market and mastered significant German language skills.
Participated in several European capacity and sourcing studies for coffee and powdered drink
products as well as negotiated a “pay for skill” testing program with the German Works Council.


Decaffeination Business Unit Manager                                      1985-1988
General Foods Corp.
Houston, TX

Managed the largest decaffeination operation in the U.S. Led the operation and start up team
in the installation and successful start up of a “new technology” decaffeination plant. This
involved directing the organizational development, training and computerization strategies that
successfully utilized the most advanced socio-technical methods available. Developed a
Computer Integrated Manufacturing strategy for the entire facility (five plants) and led the
organization in the implementation of this multi- year plan.
Engineering Manager                                                     1980-1985
General Foods Corp.
Houston, TX

Managed a large plant engineering group with a yearly project budget of 10-20 million dollars.
Developed a training and skill development program as well as developed and instituted a
“Total Quality Engineering” methodology that increased quality and professionalism. Led the
multi-year plant automation effort that significantly improved cost and quality.



Group Engineering Manager
Mobil Chemical Company                                                  1977-1980
Kankakee, IL

Managed the engineering and maintenance departments for (5) specialty polymer and coatings
plants.


Process / Project / Maintenance Engineer                                1973-1977
Stauffer Chemical Company
Chicago Heights, IL

Held several positions of increasing responsibility in the engineering and maintenance
departments of a major chemical complex. Obtained considerable experience in process and
project engineering, plant operations, maintenance, safety and OSHA / EPA regulations. Led
the team for the start up of a ten million-dollar plant expansion.

Millwright                                                              1969-1973
U. S. Steel
Gary, IN

Maintenance and repair of equipment.


U. S. Army                                                              1971-1977
Infantry (Active and Reserves)

Light weapons infantry and combat engineers. Gained significant leadership, demolition and
construction experience.
Professional Memberships

Institute for Supply Management (ISM) - current
Supply Chain Council (SCC) - current
Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (Informs) - past
Academy of Management - past
Association for Information Management (AIS) - past
American Society for Quality (ASQC) -past
American Marketing Association (AMA) - past
American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) - past
Institute for Business Forecasting (IBF)- past
Council of Logistics Management (CLM) - past

Other

Reviewer: International Journal of Operations and Production Management
Reviewer: Business Process Management Journal
Reviewer: Supply Chain Management: an international journal
Reviewer: International Journal of Production Research
Reviewer: Production Planning and Control
Master Instructor for Risk Management – Supply Chain Council – 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Co-Team Leader- Risk Research Team- Supply Chain Council -2007, 2008, 2011
Judge - Alabama Technology Network and Business Council's Manufacturer of the Year
Competition – 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Editor – Opinion Column- BPMresiurces.com. 2003.
Vice Chairman – Supply Chain Council – Plan Technical Committee - 2001 / 2002.
Advisory Board – Collaboration Catalyst (Software Start-up) – 2002
Advisory Board – Inmentia (Software Start-up) – 1999 - 2005
Editorial Advisory Board of Food Quality Magazine -1994-1996.
References


On request.

				
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