In October 2014, that’s when Robert Thikoll joined the Ingersoll Rand to serve as the vice president of operational excellence. The company has one aim, and that is they will be able to create a comfortable, efficient and sustainable environment. Robert role as the vice president of the operational excellence has one responsibility, and that is the growing the commitment that Ingersoll Rands have in operation. He will be able to deal with the development of what Ingersoll believe in. He ensures that the team that he has will be able to provide the leadership that is needed in the initiatives that the company has to give.
So that to keep the company growing Robert Thikoll has put in measures to make sure that he is in close relationship with the president and senior leaders of the company. Because only with proper leadership will they be able to identify some of the opportunities that the company has and execute them so that to get the expansion and growth of the business. The company has been able to maintain one thing, and that is the growing and winning culture.
Robert attended the University of Arizona that is located in Tempe, Arizona. In the university, he attained a bachelor degree in political science and Japanese. Robert learned the role of responsibility as he worked at the Danaher from 2000- to 2015. While he worked at the Danaher his work didn’t go unnoticed because he won the premier performance. Just before Robert joined the Danaher Company, Robert worked at the Aisin Takaoka Company for eight years. He has worked in so many other companies like the tier-one Toyota, Intat precision and the supplier living. All those companies taught him one thing that it’s not that easy transforming the business to lean thinking and every situation and company will be different.