Cynthia Kalina-Kaminsky

President and Founder

Your challenges are serious and you don’t have time or money to waste

You need someone who has hands-on experience solving performance and strategy problems successfully

Someone who can convert the complex into easy-to-understand, practical suggestions and solution sets so that a line can be drawn from the mentoring, consulting, learning and development your business receives to the results enabled

Originally hired as a manufacturing engineer to “make the factory globally competitive”, Dr. Cynthia Kalina-Kaminsky provides the transformation experience you need, insights you want, and helps you innovate and integrate what you are doing now into where you soon need to be

Always on the forefront of the intersection of performance innovation and practical application, she helps you solve cross-functional (and now extended supply chain partner) integration, strategic alignment of revenue streams to customer requirements, transformation of business models, rapid response to changing demand, and how to create scalable, growth-oriented solutions to your toughest operational and supply chain strategy and performance problems


Cynthia began her career as a manufacturing engineer responsible for designing assembly lines and equipment, as well as modernizing flow and integration of the entire internal supply chain. She mixes and matches combinations of methodologies and techniques to customize solutions to the company and its customers. These include: Lean, Six Sigma, SCOR (Supply Chain Operation Reference Model); innovative and disruptive technologies (now including AR, AI, IoT, blockchain, machine learning and others) when it makes revenue-, competitive-, and practical sense; and the powerful combination of people, practices, processes, and performance in hierarchies tied to organizational strategy.

She spent time inside the Department of Defense – Defense Acquisition University as a Professor of Supply Chain, held a strategic alliance with OPIC to increase economic activity between the U.S. and emerging economies, was the Head of Entrepreneurship at UT-Arlington, and Commercialization Manager for rolling out new technology into the economy.

As the CEO of Process & Strategy, which is an ASCM Partner, she updated the entire SCOR framework with 7 other experts from around the world.

She combines all this into powerful help for organizations interested in growing and increasing competitive value

Commercial, defense contractor, academic, government professionals and executives in:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Manufacturing
  • Procurement
  • Information Technology
  • Information Systems
  • Procurement
  • Logistics
  • Transportation
  • Warehousing
  • Distribution
  • Project Management
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Metrics and Dashboarding
  • Governance
  • ESG