“The Wisdom of Flying Geese states that geese who fly in “V” formation
realize far greater distance than if each bird flew alone.”
Our philosophy at Optimize, Inc. is similar. We believe that by working together with you to form a strategic business partnership, we can help your company realize far greater economic impact and continuous improvement gains at a much faster pace. Because we are working together to (identify the roadblocks, recognize the resource constraints, etc….), with a common direction in mind, we can accelerate your company along the path to continuous improvement.
John has more than thirty years of design and manufacturing experience across several manufacturing sectors
John is a change agent able to work well with all levels of employees. His combination of facilitation and product development skills provide a structured approach to collaboration, innovation and process improvement to his clients utilizing an extensive network of skilled consultants.
Mikel Myers has over 31 years of experience in the Naval overhaul industry specializing in Submarines. His accomplishments have ranged from working in industrial shops to implementing specialized projects. He has spent the last 10 years training and implementing Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma concepts on the shop floor as well as in front office workspaces.
He is an ASQ certified Six Sigma Black Belt with qualifications to train green belts. He facilitated Lean Six Sigma overview instruction certifying hundreds of Yellow Belts.
Rich has over 35 years of manufacturing engineering and manufacturing leadership experience across several business sectors including machine tool and tooling design, office products, ship building/ship repair, automotive, aerospace, communications and fiber optics. As a national leader within the NIST MEP organization, Rich has trained hundreds of engineers and operations personnel in the principles of Lean and Six Sigma.
Rich is a dynamic change agent who effectively works with all levels within an organization, including across the supply chain.
John DuBois, President