Mr. Uffhausen provides counsel to executives on operations-related initiatives including sourcing, supply chain management, program management and SG&A restructuring.
With 20 years of management consulting experience, he has helped clients extract value from their operations and capital programs through large-scale performance improvement initiatives and capability-driven transformations. He has worked for clients in various asset-intensive industries including utilities and oil and gas. Recently, Mr. Uffhausen has focused on the upstream and oilfield services segments of the oil and gas value chain.
Mr. Uffhausen has worked with various energy clients to consolidate various unique supply chain operations across multiple geographies as part of merger integration processes and enhance unconventional well delivery program effectiveness by developing a program management capability.
He has redesigned supply chain operating models to better balance needs of the field with the need to build core enterprise-wide capabilities and has restructured supply chain functions and built point specific capabilities (category management, supplier management, demand planning etc.) to enhance value capture across the supply base. Mr. Uffhausen has also optimized global materials management capabilities across multiple business lines and geographies.
Mr. Uffhausen is well-regarded for his thought leadership and has developed significant intellectual capital in the areas of supply chain operating model design, materials management and capital project/program optimization.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Uffhausen worked with Booz & Company and PwC Strategy& where he was a Partner and leader of the U.S. Upstream Energy Operations practice.
Mr. Uffhausen earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Western Ontario, a master’s degree from the University of Saskatchewan and an MBA from Tulane University.