He brings more than 25 years of experience in all phases of operations, management and leadership.He has a track record of improving production efficiency and building employeeengagement at all levels of an organization.
Taylor has beencalled upon by universities, international conferences, global publications andthe U.S. Army to demonstrate practical examples of how to drive and sustaineffective results through embracing your culture and enabling employeeownership. He is a disciple of continuous improvement processes and a certifiedSix Sigma Black Belt business leader.
Since joiningGoodyear in 1989, Taylor has progressed through a series of leadershippositions. He has served as plant director for both union and non-unionfacilities, leading lean transformations in Goodyear’s largest and most complextire-producing sites.
A servant leader,Taylor is a member of the executive advisory board for the Shingo Institute,Utah State University Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. He is currentlychairman of the board for the Goodyear Good Government Fund and serves on theexecutive board of Saint Vincent-Saint Mary High School. He earned his MBA fromBaker University and a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineeringfrom Prairie View A&M University.