Robert Thikoll is one of the influential entrepreneurs in the corporate world. In October 2014 he was appointed as the Vice President of Operational Excellence at Ingersoll Rand. Ingersoll (NYSE: IR), which has a global business of $13 billion and they are able to progress the value of life through making relaxed, maintainable and well-organized surroundings. Some of the organization trades mark where they work together in order to improve the excellence and ease of air in-house and structures, transport and also safeguard perishable food and improve industrial output and competence they include Club Car®, Ingersoll Rand®, Thermo King® and Trane®.
Furthermore, as the Vice President of Operational Excellence, he is in charge of increasing and advancing Ingersoll Rand’s assurance to working brilliance by the slender change. Together with his staff members, they are able to offer believed management, inspiration and give out assignation to lead the complete application of lean enterprises all over the organization. Also, his accomplishment is due to partnering with presidents and prominent leaders of the organization’s technique business units to assist in recognizing, lead and implement leans goals to determine development and margin enlargement along with raising the organization accomplishment philosophy.
Between the year 2000-2005 at Danaher, Robert was able to hold different position at the organization as the vice president, worldwide operations for Danaher’s Beckman Coulter Life Science in Indianapolis, Indiana. He as well achieved the different award at Danaher for the best performance in his worldwide amenities.
Robert also worked in other organization and he attained experience for eight years which is known as Aisin Takaoka whereby they deliver Toyota tier-one. While working at the organization he was situated in Japan which enabled him to meet with other prominent people whereby he learned a lot.
Robert Thikoll is a graduate who attained bachelor’s degree in Political Science also from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona with a Japanese minor in Asian training.