Bob is a Stanford trained innovator and change agent, passionate about leading strategic initiatives that drive firms to excel in achieving their goals through the deployment and successful application of leading edge practices across consumer products, retail, telecom, medical devices, financial services and non-profits on an international basis with an impact of over $2 billion.
Bob has held Director and Senior Consultant positions at Motorola, Johnson & Johnson, Verizon, BlackBerry, and Ocwen Financial. Over his career, he has taught thousands of employees in Lean, Six Sigma, DFSS, Design Thinking, Lean Startup, Agile and Shainin Methods.
He has also led new product and service development efforts, including leading a team of design engineers in becoming an official supplier to Nippon Telephone & Telegraph, going on to beat all 5 Japanese competitors in cost, quality, performance and on-time delivery to become the largest seller of radios in Japan.
Outside of work, Bob has served as Chairman of the Board of the South Florida Science Museum & Aquarium, as well as creating and directing a program for Palm Beach County Schools to excite students in pursuing STEM educations and careers. In recognition, Bob received Motorola's Volunteer of the Year award.
He is a licensed US Patent Agent with 13 issued patents. His contribution to pop culture is the score info display seen in the corner of all televised sporting events since 1995.
Bob holds an MBA and McHRM (Organizational Development), just recently received a Professional Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and attended executive education in Corporate Strategy at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.
He is also an ASQ Certified Manager of Quality & Organizational Excellence, ASQ Certified Black Belt, Villanova Certified Lean Sensei, Motorola MBB, Certified SAFe 4 Agilist, Certified Scrum Master and Certified Workout Facilitator.