“Bernie joined TRW Automotive Electronics Group at a particularly challenging time. Among other things, he was responsible for the turnaround of an old unionized TRW business. His vast understanding of manufacturing operations in general and “Lean” in particular was welcomed and refreshing. Bernie has great insights into problems and their solutions. He has the ability to quickly “cut through the underbrush” and get to the real issue in a quick and direct manner.
He is fact based and non-political in his style which at times catches folks by surprise. With this style, he holds people accountable for committed results and expects countermeasures as needed. His ability to interact with all levels of employees in the organization serves him well. I HIGHLY recommend Bernie particularly if you need an effective changes agent who understands efficient running operations.” April 15, 2010
Bob Condit, Regional HR Manager
TRW Automotive Electronics Group
This letter is my personal recommendation for Bernie Scibienski. Until just recently, I have worked under Bernie’s leadership for quite some time. I found him to be a great mentor, tackling all assignments with dedication and a smile; along with teaching me the great skills he has acquired. Besides being awesome to work with, Bernie is a take-charge person who is able to present creative ideas and communicate the benefits. He has successfully developed several marketing plans for our company that resulted in increased revenue.
During his tenure, we saw an increase in profits that exceeded expectations. The new revenue was a direct result of the plans implemented by Bernie. Though he was an asset to our marketing efforts, Bernie was also extraordinarily helpful in other areas of the company. In addition to building a global sourcing database, Bernie assumed a leadership role in operational meetings, inspiring and motivating other employees. I highly recommend doing business with Bernie for consulting. He is a team player and would bring revenue increase to any organization. June 4, 2008