About

An assertive, influential and dynamic Management Consultant, responsible for developing businesses and ensuring delivery of consulting services to clients in Middle East region. Effecting business transformations using proven methods to focus on profit, developing strategies, transforming the business systems, improving corporate culture and implementing procedures.

Darron has twenty two years of experience in management consulting and operations management in the metals; engineering; automotive; service; F.M.C.G; printing, packaging and food sectors.  Darron is an expert in Business Transformations, implementing part or all of Strategy Development & Deployment; Operations Optimisation using Lean Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints; Business Process Re engineering and Process / Procedure development in his projects.  His experience is enhanced by his education with an MBA from Nottingham Business School, specialising in modern manufacturing methods and human resource management with the core strategy and consulting modules; his dissertation was written on the forces affecting implementation of lean manufacturing and he has a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certified by Quality America.  Also a member of the Chartered Management Institute he advocates that “People” are the drivers of change.

Previously Director of LOGIC Operations Consulting, Darron has worked with Middle Eastern companies transforming them from local suppliers to multinational “regional” suppliers by developing their strategic business planning processes; resource development; lean six sigma deployment; organisational development and continuous improvement.  Previously he has been in senior operations management  positions in multinational companies in the UK and undertaken project work in many others. Namely AvestaPolarit; Standard Motors Europe; Toyoda Gosei UK; Toyota Manufacturing UK; Toyota Manufacturing France; Toyota Manufacturing Turkey; Caterpillar UK;  Perkins Engines; New Holland; Norton Motorbikes; Bentley Motors and Aston Martin Motors.

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