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Laurie Harbour-Felax, Managing Director Operational Strategy and Performance Improvement, Stout Risius Ross, Inc., USA
John Kay, President SupplyOn (North America)
Stephen W. Dyer, Manager - American Shanghai Office, A.T. Kearney (China) Management Consulting
Mike Lee, Consulting Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, Asia Pacific
Terry Onica, Director, Automotive Marketing, QAD Inc.
Steve Miller, Application Engineer, The MathWorks GmbH, Germany
Masaki Imai, Chairman and Founder, Kaizen Institute, Japan
Gavin Heron, Managing Director, TBWA, China
Jeremy Sy, Planning Director, TBWA, China
Ronald Haddock, Vice President and Director, Booz Allen Hamilton, Greater China
Christian Koehler, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton, Greater China