Rina Patel

Rina Patel

About Rina Patel

Rina Patel is the Chairwoman at the CBIA. Rina Patel can be contacted via phone at +1 312-372-9500 or via email at rina.patel@r-scc.com. A Trailblazer Business Executive and a Transformational Leader with a record of elevating organizations to excellence through an operational business growth strategy. Recognized for growing business by turning around underperforming organizations. Adept at defining a vision, creating strategic alignment, and ensuring deployment of talent to deliver consistently improved profitability. Noted for embedding business transformation practices through agile driven culture change. Proficient in analyzing business needs, protecting market share, and partnering with customers to secure world-class outcomes. Signature accomplishments include: • Drove top-line and bottom-line growth for several organizations. • Developed a site-level Industry 4.0 platform and roadmap, earning recognition as a disruptor and one of the first leaders in Stanley Black & Decker to leverage the Industry 4.0 initiative to integrate into manufacturing. Earned public accolades via Danbury Post newspaper article. • Inspired a team that developed and instituted a sustainable framework for cost reduction at Dyno Nobel. Focused on “learning to see” concepts, brought self-awareness to workforces and inspired a commitment to meeting customer needs by every employee. • Accelerated the pace of transformation focused on providing world-class operations at Dyno Nobel by creating a process driven environment and a customer-driven culture. Developed and implemented a 3-5-year Strategic Plan. Skills: Strategic Business Planning |Change Management |Revolution 4.0 |Team Building |Employee Engagement |Business Partnering and Consensus Building | Business Culture Development and Transformation |Business Analysis | Root Cause Analysis |P&L Management |Process Improvement |Product Development, Commercialization and Launch |Lean and Green Manufacturing | Cost Containment and Reduction | Regulatory, Legal and Quality Compliance

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