Andrew Lux Ph.D. is an Operations and Technical leader with over 40 years of extensive experience in overseeing and directing global operations within Class II and Class III medical device, pharmaceuticals manufacturing firms and overseeing manufacturing vendors. His expertise ranges in leading business transformations (turnarounds), coordinating and leading strategic acquisition, business development transactions, and revenue growth.
His background is in directing companies ranging from start-ups to multimillion-dollar global business, including divisions for Johnson & Johnson, GE, Medtronic, Baxter, and others. He is skilled at building new operational infrastructures or turning around underperforming facilities to drive exceptional growth for expansions or position for acquisition. He has successfully implemented world-class manufacturing programs using Lean Six Sigma processes at J&J, Medtronic, GE, and Baxter. Because of his technical background, he has been repeatedly sought out to help maximize operational performance within engineering, quality, and operations functions.
He has taught courses in Operations Management, Statistics, Material Science, Lean Six Sigma, and Business Development & Entrepreneurship.
Andrew has a BS from Cleveland State University, MS and Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a MBA from Case Western Reserve University. He holds certifications as Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and Quality Systems Management.