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Cesar Cartagena, Senior Consultant – Lean and Six Sigma

Cesar Cartagena is a Senior Business Leader Experienced in Business Transformation, Process improvement, Lean, Six Sigma, Operational Excellence and Change Management with over 25 years in in Manufacturing, Precision Machining, OEM, Robotics, Transactional Processes, Financial Services, Call Centre, Healthcare, Supply Chain, Design Engineering, Nuclear R&D Laboratories, Crown Corporation, Software development, and ERP integration at multisite operations in North America, South America, Asia and Europe. Cesar actively engages with people to develop and implement their Business transformation strategy. He works with business leaders to understand the challenges on realizing accelerated growth. Through strategy planning, policy deployment and coaching Cesar has helped organizations develop leadership and professional effectiveness for sustained business growth. He has exceptional leadership skills with experience in applied learning, educating, facilitating and culture change aiming to developing internal Lean experts. Cesar’s experience and expertise inspires senior leaders with confidence on their business transformation journey. Cesar’s goal is to transform organizations inspiring innovation and creativity by harnessing people's talent and capabilities with direct impact on profitability. Cesar is experienced applying Lean, Six Sigma, Scrum, Hoshin Kanri, Strategic Planning, Project Management, Change Management, ISO, the Merlin Factor- Solution Focus method with Story Telling Graphic Reporting, and Customer Journey mapping with Moments of Truth. Cesar is knowledgeable of Business Automation, Process Automation, CRM, ERP, SAP, Oracle, CAD, CAM, CNC, CIM. Clients include Atomic Energy Canada Ltd, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Toronto West General Hospital, SYMCOR, Dell Inc, Husky IMS, Mold Masters, S&C Electric Canada.
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