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BP CIO Dana Deasy Joins The Manufacturing Leadership Board

Posted By Paul Tate, May 06, 2013 at 3:14 AM, in Category: Manufacturing Leadership Community

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – May 6, 2013 – The Manufacturing Leadership Council, a global business network for senior industrial executives, today announced the election of Dana S. Deasy, group chief information officer and group vice president, information technology and services at BP, to the Manufacturing Leadership Board of Governors.

In a unanimous vote, the Board of Governors, which steers the Manufacturing Leadership Council and its global community of more than 5,300 industry executives, approved Deasy’s nomination earlier this month. With his appointment, the Board of Governor’s ranks expand to 17 members, who hail from organizations such as Ford Motor Company, Lockheed Martin, Dell, Cisco Systems, UCLA, MIT, L’Oreal, the University of Cambridge, and GlaxoSmithKline.

“The world around us is moving rapidly in terms of new technology and trends,” said Deasy. “It is critical for executives to work together and create a way forward that embraces the changing world. I believe the Leadership Board is key in enabling this for the manufacturing industry and I am honored to become a member of the Manufacturing Leadership Board.”

Deasy is responsible for all global IT, indirect procurement and group real estate strategies and key capabilities that support BP’s multiple business operations – including refining, marketing, exploration, production and commodity trading. He led a major transformation project across BP’s entire IT organization to help maximize the company’s competitive edge in the energy industry and increase the value IT provides to its businesses. Prior to BP, Deasy held senior roles delivering large scale IT strategies and projects in General Motors, Tyco International, Siemens, and Rockwell Space Systems Division in support of its Space Shuttle program. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern California and a Master’s degree from National University.

“We are delighted to welcome Dana Deasy to the Board of Governors,” said Global Vice President and Editorial Director David R. Brousell of the Manufacturing Leadership Community. “Dana’s long and distinguished career at the forefront of IT leadership for major manufacturing enterprises, combined with his extensive global energy sector insights, is a great asset to the Board in its continued research and exploration of the critical issues facing the industry.”

About The Manufacturing Leadership Council

The Manufacturing Leadership Council, part of Frost and Sullivan,  is the world’s first, member-driven, global business leadership network dedicated to senior exectuives in the manufacturing industry.  The Manufacturing Leadership Council’s mission is to help senior executives define and shape a better future for themselves, their organizations, and the industry at large. The Council produces an extensive portfolio of leadership networking, information and professional development products, programs, and services  - including the Manufacturing Leadership Website, an online global business network with over 5,300 members around the world; the Manufacturing Leadership Council, an invitation-only executive organization of over 100 members; the annual Manufacturing Leadership SummitBold ideas for a Better Future (May 14 &15 2013 The Breakers, Plam Beach, Fl. - www.mlsummit.com); the Manufacturing Leadership 100 Awards celebrating industry achievement and the thought-leading Manufacturing Leadership Journal. More information on www.Manufacturing-Executive.com and www.MLCouncil.com.

The Manufacturing Leadership Board of Governors

The Manufacturing Leadership Board of Governors comprises senior executives and industry experts at leading manufacturing, academic and research organizations around the world - including Ford Motor Company, Lockheed Martin, Dell, Cisco, L’Oréal, GlaxoSmithKline in the U.K., Tata Motors in India, Doosan in Korea, Virtex Assembly, S&S Hinge, MIT, UCLA, University of Cincinatti, University of Cambridge Insitute for Manufacturing, and Frost & Sullivan.

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Written by Paul Tate

Paul Tate is Research Director and Executive Editor with Frost & Sullivan's Manufacturing Leadership Council. He also directs the Manufacturing Leadership Council's Board of Governors, the Council's annual Critical Issues Agenda, and the Manufacturing Leadership Research Panel. Follow us on Twitter: @MfgExecutive

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