Robert Thikoll – Focus on Lean Productivity December 8, 2017

Robert Thikoll is currently serving as the Vice President of Operations of Ingersoll Rand, a company that works to advance the quality of life by creating environments with efficient sources. Throughout his career, he has been involved in many successful business endeavors. However, Thikoll believes solely in the interaction of human relationships and the details that make an individual successful. With all of the technology and advancements in society today, he believes it’s important to focus on relationships and people.

Thikoll is responsible for the development and commitments affiliated with Ingersoll Rand. He works to promote excellence through a transformation of lean productions and processes. He works proactively with a team of senior executives and coaches to help provide influential benefits, hands-on exercises, and thoughtful leadership. One of their many goals is to provide the implementation of lean programs with strategic objectives.

Thikoll is a firm believer in making the day as productive as possible. A typical day in the life of Mr. Thikoll is busy yet challenging. He believes that people should build their day around their own preference, meaning that if they’re more efficient in the mornings, they should do their best work in the morning. If they’re more productive in the afternoon, they should work more effective then.

Technology is always expanding and advancements are being made daily. Thikoll is excited about the changes in the future and looks forward to being able to implement those processes into his business structure. A habit that he has formed as a successful entrepreneur is the ability to have positive human interactions. He concentrates on helping and mentoring people to help implement leaner processes.

Thikoll has many years of experience working in the industry as he worked for Danaher’s from 2000-2015. He graduated from the Arizona State University of Tempe, Arizona with two degrees in Political Science and Japanese.

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