One on One with Wilson Perumal & Company's Chris Seifert

Spend eight years running logistics for the U.S. Navy on a nuclear submarine and you're likely to develop an eye for efficiency. That's exactly how…

Chris Seifert Spend eight years running logistics for the U.S. Navy on a nuclear submarine and you’re likely to develop an eye for efficiency. That’s exactly how WP&C’s Chris Seifert got his start, and he’s been helping companies improve operational processes ever since. After the Navy he worked at Georgia-Pacific and Owens Corning, during which he earned a reputation as someone who could spot inefficiencies and help turn plants around. Seifert saw WP&C as aligned with his entrepreneurial bent and an opportunity to put his industry experience to good use. He joined the firm in 2012 as a consultant and now just three years later has been promoted to Partner. Talk about efficient. Consulting sat down with Seifert to talk about his new role and the importance of operational efficiency.

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