Michael M.

Army 00Z E-9, National Guard

Salt Lake City, UT

Years of Service: 30 years, September 1987 - August 2017


Experience

Business Unit Director, U. S. Army,
September 2012 - August 2017

Director Business Operations Division, U. S. Army,
November 2009 - September 2012

Manager of Business Unit Operations, U. S. Army,
July 2006 - November 2009

Education

Work Experience

Business Unit Director September 2012 - August 2017

Army | 00Z | E-9 | National Guard Draper, UT, USA

  • Orchestrated the organization's 'Decision and Execution Cycle', the crucial management process designed to synchronize the organization's current and future operations.
  • Employed a leadership operations process to visualize, describe, direct, and assess the work and most importantly to get results.
  • Established a leadership and management system to meet the unique demands placed on the organization, balancing the abilities and personalities of organizational members and the capabilities of organizational equipment.

Director Business Operations Division November 2009 - September 2012

Army | 00Z | E-9 | National Guard Camp Williams Road, Riverton, UT, USA

  • Analyzed, integrated, and synchronized the management processes to coordinate the division's current and future operations.
  • Employed a leadership operations process to visualize, describe, direct, and assess the work while achieving the end result.
  • Synchronized business operations by effectively communicating with all the relevant people, business units, and coordinating all relevant inputs to ensure production output and on time delivery goals were achieved.

Manager of Business Unit Operations July 2006 - November 2009

Army | 00Z | E-8 | National Guard Camp Williams Road, Riverton, UT, USA

  • Provided direct oversight of all operation functions of the organization and was fully responsible for staff development, operations and plans, and organizational development and modernization.
  • Synchronized business operations by effectively communicating with all the relevant people, business units, and coordinating all relevant inputs to ensure production output and on time delivery goals were achieved.
  • Planned, scheduled, reviewed, and approved the workload to ensure production output, quality, and on time delivery goals were achieved in a cost-effective manner.

Top Skills

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AWARDS

Bronze Star Medal

May 2006

Training and Certifications

EDUCATION