Mechanical Engineer with an International MBA in Business Management with vast experience in Business Intelligence and continuous improvement.
Ivan has worked on many processes throughout various organizations allowing him to understand them and add value to the processes themselves, the people and their culture.
Ronel is a Toyota Production System consultant and expert with 30 years’ experience working for Toyota in Peru and Argentina.
Santiago is an expert in implementing operational excellence programs and digital transformation projects within retail and financial services companies, with excellent results achieving resource efficiency and impact on customer experience.
Miguel is a commercial engineer from Diego Portales University, with a degree in continuous improvement, and 15 years’ experience both in Chile and abroad in FMCG and supply chain.
Silvio has walked the talk of lean management through his management experience in Toyota and Renault. He has also guided management within many other companies through his supplier development activities and consulting experience.
The experience of 18 years in Toyota Argentina has geared Daniel with the know-how to support clients in their journeys towards excellence as a lean manufacturing consultant. Daniel’s depth of Toyota Production System (TPS) experience has certainly put him in demand amongst automotive suppliers to provide consulting services.
Supporting European and MENA manufacturers, Juan is a lean consultant based in Italy, with over a decade of experience in DENSO, a first-tier supplier to Toyota.
Gustavo has a versatile understanding of the practical application of lean management across varying departments and industries. His ability to see all aspects of a value stream enables him to thrive in environments of non-traditional applications of lean, including service sector settings.
Ben is a lean management consultant with Japanese proficiency and thirteen years experience in the transfer of Japanese lean management know-how to a broad range of industry sectors.