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Julie Madigan

Chief Executive Officer

The Manufacturing Institute

HQ Phone:  +44 161 872 0393

Email: j***@***.uk

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The Manufacturing Institute

Trafford Wharf Road

Manchester, Manchester,M17 1HH

United Kingdom

Company Description

We are practice leaders in lean and operational excellence, delivering significant bottom line benefits in manufacturing, healthcare and service sectors. We are dedicated to helping businesses both large and small achieve their strategic objectives and build c...more

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Julie Madigan, Chief Executive of The Manufacturing Institute, which is delivering The Lancashire Profit Programme, said: "Lancashire's manufacturing ...


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Julie Madigan, Manufacturing Institute CEO, added: "Now entering its 20th year, The Diploma in Manufacturing continues to provide a high level development programme for experienced and talented team leaders and managers who might not, otherwise, have the opportunity to participate in higher education.
Julie Madigan, Chief Executive of The Manufacturing Institute said: "Fab Labs give everyone - from young children - to entrepreneurs and businesses, the capability to bring their ideas and inventions to life.


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Julie Madigan joined The Manufacturing Institute in June 1995 and was appointed Chief Executive in March 1996.
Julie oversaw the development of the Manufacturing Institute from this time, building the customer base, developing all of the product and service offerings, building a strong brand and reputation and establishing the Institute as the first of the Regional Centres for Manufacturing Excellence in the UK. In 2001 the Institute began to deliver the Manufacturing Advisory Service for the North West region. In 2003 the Agenda for Change in North West Manufacturing was launched, targeted to drive over £400 million of quality, cost and delivery improvements in the manufacturing base. Since 1995 the Institute has worked in over 4,000 manufacturing companies and over 30,000 manufacturers have attended educational programmes focused on driving productivity. She was previously MRPII Project Leader for Ciba Pharmaceuticals in Europe, based in Switzerland, with responsibility for supply chain integration covering three new focused factories and ten European demand streams. Prior to this, Julie was Project Manager for the UK Pharmaceutical Divisions Class A MRPII implementation. She began her career at Ciba in sales, after which she moved into marketing on an accelerated development programme. Julie has a BSc and PhD in Biochemistry and a Masters degree in Business Administration.


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Julie Madigan joined The Manufacturing Institute in June 1995 and was appointed Chief Executive in March 1996.
Julie oversaw the development of the Manufacturing Institute from this time, building the customer base, developing all of the product and service offerings, building a strong brand and reputation and establishing the Institute as the first of the Regional Centres for Manufacturing Excellence in the UK. In 2001 the Institute began to deliver the Manufacturing Advisory Service for the North West region. In 2003 the Agenda for Change in North West Manufacturing was launched, targeted to drive over £400 million of quality, cost and delivery improvements in the manufacturing base. Since 1995 the Institute has worked in over 4,000 manufacturing companies and over 30,000 manufacturers have attended educational programmes focused on driving productivity. She was previously MRPII Project Leader for Ciba Pharmaceuticals in Europe, based in Switzerland, with responsibility for supply chain integration covering three new focused factories and ten European demand streams. Prior to this, Julie was Project Manager for the UK Pharmaceutical Division's Class A MRPII implementation. She began her career at Ciba in sales, after which she moved into marketing on an accelerated development programme. Julie has a BSc and PhD in Biochemistry and a Master's degree in Business Administration.


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