Meet the Team
Founder, Industry Reimagined 2030
Doug is the founder of Industry Reimagined 2030. A leading expert on enterprise transformation and disruptive growth strategies.
Previously he founded several business advisory firms tackling wicked problems that could not be addressed with conventional approaches. He lead breakthrough initiatives in manufacturing and supply chains for chemicals, technology, natural resources and consumer products. He has educated and coached thousands of people in learning a breakthrough skill set, an approach to realizing bold outcomes that are beyond current capabilities.
Doug developed the a2i2 Smart Manufacturing benchmark assessment.
Doug is a trailblazer of transforming bold possibilities into results. He is a national speaker and author, The Breakthrough Mindset.
Michele is on the board of the San Diego Inventors Forum and is Chair of the California chapter of the Coalition for a Prosperous America.
She is the author of 'Rebuild Manufacturing – the key to American Prosperity' which is a sequel to 'Can American Manufacturing Be Saved? Why We Should and How We Can' available at www.amazon.com.
Michele served as the Managing Member of two start-up business incubators for start-up companies. The National Business Incubation Association published Michele’s first book, For Profit Business Incubators in 1998.
Lyman provides business consulting and leadership support for industrial companies of all sizes in the areas of supply chain and manufacturing strategy, operational improvements, and general management. Provides practical working knowledge in developing and implementing smart manufacturing and Industry 4.0 strategies.
Most recently he was Vice President of Operations for Rockwell Automation, where he managed 18 global manufacturing facilities to produce a complex mix of automation products in a smart manufacturing environment. While with Rockwell Automation he also provided advice to Fortune 500 leaders regarding Industry 4.0 smart manufacturing.
Lyman is a national speaker with focus on Industry 4.0. He is a leader in the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce association, advisor to the Connected Systems Institute at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, engaged with the Wisconsin Center for Manufacturing and Productivity and a Regent for the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He is a member of the National Association of Manufacturers.
Lyman has a BSME and MBA from the University of Wisconsin.
Newport News Shipping (retired)
Glenn Marshall is on the Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME) management team leading a Renaissance for Manufacturing As A Desirable Career. This initiative is designed to reduce the critical shortage of skilled workers for advanced technology and manufacturing for the New Collar Workforce..
He was the benchmarking / process excellence champion for Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS). This position required him to indentify performance gaps and then finding industry best practices to address those issues, and then deploying them. He was engaged with all levels of the corporation, supply chain, and the Navy. He led the proposal team for the Navy’s Lean Initiative Task Force.
He continues to work with NNS in its outreach to the public schools and colleges on Career Pathways initiatives.