is uniquely qualified to help leaders accelerate the design and implementation of winning strategies.
During his 19-year career at McDonald's, the largest QSR company in the world, he was a Director in Global IT, Supply Chain Management and Operations.
was a well-known "go to person" for driving critical initiatives chartered by senior management.
In this role, he
drove change and cost reduction, developed new products and built new system-wide organizational capabilities.
was the McDonald's
internal champion for teaching and implementing "Winning in Fast Time" processes and tools, which were used to develop a new business strategy to increase sales in the Western Division of McDonald's
, a $4 billion market.
The result of the "Winning in Fast Time" initiative was that the Western Division's
comp sales quickly increased by 1.5% or $60 million when other divisions at McDonald's
saw zero or negative sales growth.
The initiative also led to the total revamping of the McDonald's
Supply Chain, a five billion dollar system.
Prior to joining McDonald's, Ted was an officer for Continental Bank in Chicago, a Fortune 100 company with assets of over $10 billion and international branches in over 20 countries.
ten-year career at Continental Bank
introduced new technologies, opened and managed international branches and introduced new IT innovations.