His primary areas of concentration are supply chain evaluation and optimization; including business process redesign, supply chain strategy and technology implementation.
With more than 20 years of management experience, he has led various initiatives in several different industries, including energy, oilfield services, chemicals, textiles, industrial and automotive products.
Most recently, Mr. Morrison led a merger integration project for a large global oilfield services company. This included the onboarding of over 700 employees, developing the Project Management Office structure, tools, and templates to provide oversight and governance over this and any future acquisition integration work activities. Additionally, he defined functional integration team leads and outline roles and responsibilities to manage their functional areas and capture synergies for the project.
Mr. Morrison has also served as an interim Director of Procurement and Supply Chain for a global oilfield services company. His accomplishments included the completion of an upgrade to the P-card system resulting in reduced P-card administration, as well as improved compliance and coding controls, and supporting the design of the client’s ERP, including procurement, asset and project management.
Prior to that assignment, Mr. Morrison was responsible for leading a SCM process and systems redesign project to improve the management and maintenance of over 800 land-based mobile rigs for an oilfield services client. The project included the upgrade and enhancement of its current maintenance and fleet management processes and systems, the redesign of its procure-to-pay processes, as well as the implementation of a supplier enablement initiative with more than 500 suppliers transacting over 100,000 invoices per year, reducing annual costs by over $3 million annually.
Mr. Morrison also led the supply chain portion of the carve out of an independent Tier 1 automotive parts manufacturer from its Japanese-American joint venture. The scope of activities includes: Implementing an Oracle ERP instance, establishing a raw materials warehouse, creating the supply chain planning and replenishment processes, defining organizational requirements and standard operating procedures to support business activities, as well as developing migration paths for current information systems.
He led procurement enhancement project for a financial services firm. This project included the performance of a spend analysis and implementation of a strategic sourcing program, updating of procurement policies & procedures, and rollout of web-delivered content for the procurement organization.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Morrison spent ten years with Cooper Industries, where he served as business process manager, implementing global leading practices for the company in the Procure to Pay and Plan to Produce areas.
Mr. Morrison earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University and a master's degree in business administration from Syracuse University. He is an APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP).