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John Miller

John MillerJohn Miller (economics 1972, MBA 1975) retired from his consulting career in 2008.  Prior to retirement he held a number of management positions including: founder of Newbridge-Consulting, vice president professional service for Sterling Commerce’s S.E region, and managing Partner for Accenture’s S.E. supply chain strategy practice.  John has worked with over 30 market leading organizations in the US South America, Central America, and Europe on restructuring supply chain networks, merging company operations, developing supply chains for new sales channels, and improving company logistics operations.

John currently provides advice to startup consulting and software organizations and resides with his wife, also an MSU graduate, in Atlanta Georgia.         

 

 


 
Michigan State University Department of Economics