Janet Hammill is an employee of The Dow Chemical Company, a global diversified chemicals company. She is a graduate of the Carnegie-Mellon University Chemical Engineering Masters program with an undergraduate degree in Chemistry. In her position as Organizational Effectiveness Leader and Master Black Belt (MBB) she has applied Six Sigma methodology to build roadmaps of process excellence and mentor performance improvement teams. She is currently providing Organizational Effectiveness support as an MBB for the the Ras Tanura Integrated Project, a proposed joint venture between Dow and Saudi Aramco to build the world’s largest petrochemical facilities. She has led improvement teams in HR, IT, Procurement, Finance, Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing, Customer Service, Logistics and Order to Cash. During the past 25+ years she has managed and led teams for GE Plastics, Alcoa and ARCO with line management responsibilities in R&D, application technology, e-procurement and ERP benefits realization.
Personal highlights include what it is like to lead teams in Asia, Europe and North America. Each of these teams has delivered between $10 – 30 MM in improved cash flow and improved pricing management during the past 5 years with performance goals and process capability increasing each year..
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