About Me

- Increase your sales to capacity (Demand to Delivering Ability)
- Reduce your idling inventory (Time that could be used to bill)
- Increase billing consistency across the year (Non-Seasonal)

Coaching clients using Lean Six Sigma, on how to create a customer base, sustain growth by:

a - Gaining New Customers
b - Regaining Lost Customers
c - Maintaining Current Customers

Areas we have delivered successfully over a decade are:

1. Building a Personal Brand
2. Documents & Credentials
3: LinkedIn Profile Optimization
4: Social Media Optimization
5: Career/Business Transition Excellence

Business Description

- Executive Coaching to Operational Level Counseling.
- Defining projects for clients
- Creating an environment for them to solve problems using data
- Lead them to close projects that impact their business EBIT
- Train them with the skills of process excellence
- One time training for a lifetime application
- Coach them in their career transitioning process
- Different levels of problem solving based on complexity
- All industries and fields of expertise would benefit from this
- Provide immunity against the economy for a long time
- Assist shift industries without a need for another degree

My Skills


Profile Questions

What do you like most about your profession?

Making a significant difference in the academic and/or professional (business included) lives of others in this forum or others outside. Ensuring that the clients have some skin in the game as much as I do to make this cooperation work well mutually. Being able to visualize the success with clients and also impart skills in them to take care of future needs by themselves. Kind of like giving them a fishing pole to feed themselves for the rest of their lives as opposed to some fish for a short time basis.

What questions do clients most commonly ask you? How do you respond?

a - How does your process work? b - How will your CTEx (Career Transitioning Excellence) methodology help me progress in my career/business? c - How do I seek a return on investment with your CTEx program?

Describe a recent client engagement or project.

Recently in early 2014 (January) I was approached by a US veteran and while discussing mutual goals and objectives, it was eminent to me that he wanted to transition from his academic role at school to a FTE in the corporate world. I coached him to success within 30 days of enrollment into the program. Here is his testimonial... "...I have known Dr. Shree for the last 7 years. The first time I got to work with Dr. Shree, was at Vestas Wind Technologies, India, where he consulted for us to implement a Lean Six Sigma deployment. It was really wonderful to work with him, as his insights into the fundamentals, keen observations and simplistic approach made things really easy, effective and enjoyable. He approaches a problem from its business angle and not just from the operational excellence view point. Our next interaction happened a few years ago, when I needed direction for my career transition. His systematic and in-depth approach helped me tremendously. The most amazing part is that he did not provide me with any solution, but enabled me to think in a right manner and use the right tools and techniques. I also had the opportunity to work on brief assignments with Dr. Shree, and I could realise how much customer centric and solution oriented he is. Further, Dr. Shree's philosophy about a professional organisation, recruiting people and advancements in education are worth understanding and emulating..."

What are 3 attributes you need to be successful in your industry?

a - Problem Solving Skills b - Interpersonal Skills c - Team Work Skills

What are the most important things to consider when hiring a service provider in your field?

a - Track Record b - Recommendations c - Return on Investment Model

How are you different than others in your profession?

The value I have been creating for my customers is by having them link the service I offer directly to an increased revenue for their business and/or their career. Secondly, it is vital that my customers and I enjoy the journey we travel together rather than celebrating the achieved destination. The tend to remember this and keep looking for similar such journeys together on the road to a sustainable success.


OPEx Master Black Belt at Palm Solutions Group

February 2002 - March 2003
• Developed and deployed planning and strategy for Palm Solutions Group:
• Chartered Lean Six Sigma Executive proposal for successful CEO approval
• Assessed Palm’s key Areas of Focus with Palm Senior Executives to narrow project (s) scope
• Coordinated multimillion $ bidding process to evaluate and select final external LSS vendor
• Identified champions, and defined US $ 25 MM worth Palm black belt projects in expected savings

• Managed Overall OPEx Deployment Rollout:
• Reduced “Palm Internal Investment” by 50 % for a one-time immediate savings of US $ 125K
• Eliminated recurring Supplier LSS Palm annual investment of > US $ 500 K
• Simplified internal training structure to reduce trainee class time by 40 % (150 to 90 days)
• Produced Significant Accomplishments Prior to OPEx Deployment Approval:
• Identified Mechanical Tolerance Risks using DFSS tools prior to product Launch and reduced it
• Led team to save US $ 600 K on supplier quality issues for NPI (PDA) mechanicals prior to PVT (ROI = 1000 %)
• Generated an IRS savings of US $ 150 K in outsourced real estate and site services expense
• Analyzed SAP database to identify a US $ 2.5 MM worth annual savings within product marketing

AEC International, Santa Clara, CA Jan 2001 – Oct 2001
Vice President, Operations
• Delivered 200 % ROI via OPEx Deployment to direct benefits of US $ 1.0 MM for Asian client Semiconductor Contract Manufacturer
• Led team in using measurement systems analysis toward eliminating non value added investment on a PGBA chip alignment system

Vice President, Operations and OPEx MBB at AEC International Inc.

January 2001 - October 2001
• Delivered 200 % ROI via OPEx Deployment to direct benefits of US $ 1.0 MM for Asian client Semiconductor Contract Manufacturer
• Led team in using measurement systems analysis toward eliminating non value added investment on a PGBA chip alignment system

Partner Consultant, Master Black Belt (MBB) at Six Sigma Qualtec

April 2000 - December 2000
• Accomplished SPOT award for longest uninterrupted client billable delivery streak of 41 days across 3 continents
• Deployed 6σ training and project support for Black Belts in consumer electronics, automotive, building and construction, semiconductors, and high speed printing industries, resulting in a savings of US $ 7.0 MM
• Instructed 6σ Black Belt training in transactional related deployment for a direct savings of US $ 5.0 MM
• Deployed at companies such as Acadia Polymers, RRD & Sons, Panasonic, Japan and Yellow Pages in UK

President and CEO, OPEx Senior Master Black Belt at Millennium Global Business Solutions Inc.

January 2000 - Present
SanDisk – Consulting for OPEx Open Source Six Sigma – Development of LSS Materials and Customer Support CISCO – Management Consulting for OPEx Maturity Development Kraft Cadbury Asia Pacific (India, Malaysia, China, Philippines, and Thailand) Benefits in the order of US $ 10 M expected Gamesa - Wind Turbine, India, Coached R & D Managers on identifying OPEx projects Hydro SS - India, Implemented production solutions to reduce rework and setup cycle times HP - Singapore, R & D staff to reduce HW, SW, and FW (DVT, EVT, and PVT) testing costs Vestas China - Business Process Excellence and Supply Chain OPEx Deployment, Training, and Site Support:- Lonmin Platinum, Precious Metals BHP Billiton, Copper Mining – LSS Green Belt, Black Belt in Chile, and Peru Overall Annualized Benefits in Direct Value - Approximately US $ 160 Million

North American Regional Quality Manager at Cabot Corporation

October 1999 - March 2000
• Led quality systems management for North American operations supporting 5 sites
• Increased Quality of product using a continuous productivity program yielding a savings of US $ 100 K
• Resolved customer issues through the management and maintenance of a customer issue resolution system
• Developed quality testing methods for product development and commercialization

Six Sigma Black Belt (Advanced Polymer Rheologist) at General Electric Company (Plastics) (Now SABIC)

October 1993 - September 1999
• Delivered Six Sigma training, project support, review, and closure, in different functions as shown below:
• Reduced telecommunication, administrative and energy expenses by US $ 285 K
• Improved automotive part surface quality and UL Testing costs yielding US $ 120 K
• Improved quality of product from 3 to 9 Sigma (DMAIC and DFSS) and qualified for:
→ Award in GE’s NORYL AMERICAS Six Sigma
→ Omni Award for Preferred Suppliers from Gillette in 1998
→ Incremental annual sales of 2.0 MM lbs.
• Filed 2 joint and 1 individual US Process Patents during this period

Product Development Laboratory Manager at Georgia Gulf Corporation

July 1991 - August 1993
• Designed and developed techniques in thermal analysis to support product development and technical services
• Developed resin characterizing techniques for compound melt flow and quality control needs
• Led a cross functional project in UL testing and reduced annual manpower costs by US $ 40 K


University of Southern Mississippi

Degree: PhD.
Field of Study: Polymer Science

Indian Institue of Technology

Degree: Master of Science by Research (MS)
Field of Study: Chemical Engineering (High Polymer Engineering)

National Institute of Technology, Trichy (REC Trichy)

Degree: Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech)
Field of Study: Chemical Engineering


Process for separating acid-sugar mixtures using ion exclusion chromatography

Issuer: US Patent Office
Date: Dec 13, 2017
Roger D. Hester, George E. Farina, Srikanth Nanguneri US Patent # 5407580 A process for effectively and economically separating an ionic component such as acid from a nonionic component such as sugar in polar solutions using ion exclusion technology whereby the viability of using hydrolysis to convert wood and agricultural waste products such as corn stover into fuel alcohol is substantially effective. Underlying the gist of this invention are newly discovered methods by which dispersion, caused by shrinkage of resin within ion exclusion columns, is controlled resulting in operation of such columns, over a wide range of process conditions to produce separate and distinct elution profiles for the acid and sugar. Successful operation of these new ion exclusion methods, techniques, and systems can replace lime precipitation which currently is being used in acid hydrolysis processing.

Interactive device for process excellence training

Issuer: US Patent Office
Date: Dec 22, 2005
Patent Owner - Dr. Srikanth Nanguneri Abstract: An interactive catapult training device is provided for teaching and demonstrating the principles of problem solving using tools and techniques of applied statistics, Six Sigma, lean manufacturing and other process excellence techniques. The device includes a base and a hub fixed to a position with respect to the base and removable from the base. A swing arm is coupled to and rotatable about the hub from a first angle to a second angle, the swing arm being removable from the hub. A cup is fixed to a position with respect to the swing arm and adapted to receive a projectile, the cup being removable from the swing arm. A spring is coupled between a first coupling point fixed with respect to the base and a second coupling point on the swing arm. The spring provides tension for setting the swing arm in motion from the first angle to the second angle. The spring can be removable from the first and second coupling points. Type: Application

SPOT (Service, Professionalism, Outstanding, Trust)

Issuer: Six Sigma Qualtec
Date: Nov 01, 2000
Delivered consecutively in three continents with uninterrupted billing record of 41 days in a row for customer.

Method for designing a profile extrusion die plate for shaping a polymer resin into a profile

Issuer: US Patent Office
Date: Jul 20, 1999
Inventors: Hsin-Pang Wang, Erich Otto Teutsch, Martin Kin-Fei Lee, Erin Marie Perry, Rick Francis Fiumara, Srikanth Nanguneri The present invention discloses a method for designing a profile extrusion die for shaping a polymer resin material into a profile having a plurality of sections. In the present invention, a plurality of operating conditions for shaping the resin material into the profile are determined. The dimensions of each of the plurality of sections of the profile are then specified. The profile dimensions include width and thickness. Extrusion information for the polymer resin including die swell/drawdown and flow balance is obtained. Die dimensions for shaping the profile in accordance with the operating conditions, the profile dimensions, and the extrusion information are then determined.

Removal of metals and color bodies from chemically recycled bisphenol-A

Issuer: US Patent Office
Date: Jan 06, 1998
Inventor: Srikanth Nanguneri An improved process for the purification of solid dihydric phenol, preferably bisphenol-A recovered from a polymer containing the reaction residue of dihydric phenol units in the polymer structure by essentially dry distilling dihydric phenol in the presence of about 0.005 to about 0.05 weight percent of hypophosphorous acid based on the weight of dihydric phenol.

Process for recovery of bisphenol-A from thermoplastic polymer containing dihydric phenol units

Issuer: US Patent Office
Date: Oct 07, 1997
Inventors: Paul Eijsbouts, Jos De Heer, Gabrie Hoogland, Srikanth Nanguneri, Gert De Wit US PAT # 5675044 A method of recovering dihydric phenol, particularly bisphenol-A, from compositions containing the reaction residue of bisphenol-A units which method comprises:a. granulating a bisphenol-A containing polymer;b. treating the particles with an alcohol, or any other organic swelling solvent miscible with water and easily distilled off from an aqueous solution, preferably a C.sub.1 -C.sub.10 alcohol for a time sufficient to swell the particles;c. contacting the swelled particles with a ammoniacal solution at a temperature of at least about C. depending on the swelling solvent employed in order to selectively sever the ester bonds of the bisphenol-A residue units;d. separating the liquid phase from the solid phase;e. distilling ammonia and swelling solvent from the liquid phase of d. above, thus obtaining an essentially aqueous solution with dissolved urea and partially precipitated bisphenol-A;f. adding sufficient water to the residue of e.

Lean Six Sigma North Americas Noryl Customer Satisfaction Award

Issuer: GE Plastics USA
Date: Aug 08, 1996
Selected for best Six Sigma Project on Customer Satisfaction among North Americas for Noryl product.

OMNI Award

Issuer: Gillettee
Date: Aug 01, 1996
Gillette selected GE as one of its best supplier based on the project delivered to seek customer delight.



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Acid/Sugar Separation Using Ion Exclusion Resins: A Process Analysis and Design

Date: Dec 03, 1990
The economic feasibility of using acid hydrolysis to convert agricultural waste products, such as corn stovers, to alcohol is very dependent upon developing a cost effective sulfuric acid- glucose sugar separation process. Presently, an acid-sugar stream from sulfuric acid hydrolysis of cellulose is treated with lime to precipitate the acid as gypsum. This technique not only consumes acid and lime, but also generates waste gypsum that is sent to a landfill. An ion exclusion process to perform acid-sugar separation has been designed using standard resins. Economic analysis based on a process computer model indicates that ion exclusion is 40 % less costly than a lime precipitation process.

Rheological characteristics of glass-fibre-filled polypropylene melts

Date: Apr 02, 1987
The rheological properties of glass fibre-filled polypropylene melts have been investigated. A high pressure capillary rheometer has been used for the experimental study. The effect of shear rate, temperature, and fibre concentration on the melt viscosity and viscoelastic properties have been studied. An equation has been proposed to correlate the melt viscosity with shear rate, temperature and fibre content. A master curve relation on this basis has been brought out using the shift factor a(T)


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Livermore, CA
Phone: 4084212520

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