Mohamed Saleh’s success is anchored in decades of hands-on Lean experience in healthcare, manufacturing, government, and service sector most esteemed corporations. He’s an international speaker, writer, mentor, executive coach, and experienced trainer with the ability to relate to all levels within an organization. Mohamed’s roles in these companies were centered around Lean Transformation with the majority of his career serving in Senior Level Management roles. At Franklin Products, a supplier of Boeing, and during his master’s program in Lean Management, Mohamed was introduced to the Toyota Production System and shadowed and mentored by some of the very first Shingijustu disciples in the early 2000s. Further enhanced by his 12-year tenure as Senior Sensei and Lean Executive architect at Hartford Healthcare, 18 years of consulting experience on setting Lean visions, advising on Lean system designs, and leading full enterprise-wide Lean Transformations in an array of industries as well as a decade teaching as part-time Professor in the School of Technology Management at Central Connecticut State University, he offers a unique perspective to developing win-win strategic partnerships, builds long-lasting relationships on organizational heritage, depth in true principle-based Lean architects and ability to drive cultural enterprise-wide Lean transformations that have astounding benefits and sustained long-term results.
BSME – Manufacturing Engineering – Central Connecticut State University
MSTM – Masters of Science in Technology Management – Central Connecticut State University
Phd. – Business Administration – Northcentral University
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