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John S.

Jalovec
Clinton Township, Michigan 48036  Telephone: 586.879.3667
Email: jjalovec@comcast.net

CIO of Strategic Global Initiatives/Chief Enterprise Architect


Specialty Areas Include
IT Strategy and Business Alignment IT Roadmaps with Six Sigma Metrics High Performance IT Organizations
SOX & Governmental Compliance  E-commerce Initiatives  Cost Conservation  P&L Improvements
CIO of Strategic Global Initiatives/Chief Enterprise Architect with more than 20 years of Fortune 200 technology leadership
experience in converting corporate intent into action with organizations such as General Motors, Honeywell, and Pirelli.
Experience encompasses serving as CIO/Global IT Director of Enterprise Programs for Delphi Automotive charged with
managing a program budget of $748 million and more than 1,200 FTEs that focused on establishing and managing
outsourcing contracts valued at $355 million leading one of the most successful ERP and business spin-off initiatives.

Career Highlights
 Recruited by the GVP&CIO of General Motors to quickly pull together a comprehensive plan to restructure the key
enterprise initiatives. Consequently, reducing program costs by $30 million and attaining on critical business and
compliance results within 1 year while supporting extremely high transaction and complex operations.
 Worked with the CEO of the Honeywell ACS Group ($13 billion) and his leadership team to identify $152 million in
annual savings and $315 million in one-time working capital cost reductions by adopting leading edge business
processes/standardization on a new ERP platform within 3 years while eliminating 24 ERP systems.
 Chosen by the CEO and CIO of Delphi Automotive ($30 billion) to lead the 3-year business transformation and spin-off
of Delphi from General Motors by implementing common business processes for Supply Chain, Operations, Finance, and
Human Resources that achieved $350 million in IT savings and $585 million annual operating costs reductions.
 Recruited by the CEO of Pirelli NA ($1.7 billion) to implement common business processes and a state-of-the-art IT
operation and organization which provided the ongoing support for the growth of Pirelli’s $500 million global telecom
business, while reducing overall IT costs by $15 million in 3 years across 4 diverse businesses.

Key Areas of Expertise


Creating a Shared Technology Vision  Multi-Year Technology Strategy System Integration  Customer-driven Philosophy 
Innovative Solutions  Executive Presentation Skills  Optimized Service-Level Agreements  Resource
Allocations & Optimizations  Technology Selection & Deployment  Business Process Re-engineering 
Vendor Management.

Professional Experience & Accomplishments


CIO/Executive IT Leader, Detroit, Michigan 2007 to Present
(Independent CIO leader working with Fortune 500 corporations to establish and ensure strategic information plans are
closely aligned with business goals to significantly improve key business performance metrics)
CIO/Executive IT Leader – Scope of duties consist of establishing leading strategies and execution plans for multiple
application systems development, maintenance and enhancement projects that reduced IT operating costs, reduce complexity,
and support globalization with common business processes with innovative customer driven solutions.
 Established the global IT strategy for a packaging Corporation ($18 billion), which proved instrumental in streamlining
business processes and reducing operating costs 5% in 6 months time by optimizing application/system requirements.
 Developed a comprehensive business case for a global automotive manufacturer ($15 billion) that focused on upgrading
to a common SAP solution in order to streamline supply chain, manufacturing, and distribution operations.
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General Motors, Inc., Detroit, Michigan (Company declared bankruptcy) 2006 to 2007
(World’s largest automotive manufacturer with approximately $207 billion in revenues)
Chief Enterprise Architect (CIO level position) – Responsibilities included directing the enterprise IT
strategy, architecture, governance model, PMO, and operations to support global common business processes using SAP as
the primary software platform for end-to-end business critical solutions.
 Established competitive strategy and programs for implementing a SAP solution that streamlined financial, operations,
and customer server processes that improved by 25% globally enabling world-wide key performance metrics.
 Led the program for consolidating more than 40 existing SAP instances into one global solution that reduced IT costs by
more than 20% and simplified the enterprise IT architecture providing the platform for all future technologies.
Honeywell International, Inc. (Recruited to a major Corporate role from a Group level) 2003 to 2006
Minneapolis, Minnesota
(A $36 billion global technology company offering aerospace and defense products and services, controls, sensing and
security technologies, automotive products, and specialty chemicals)
CIO & Vice President (Global Applications) - ACS Group – Primary duties focused on developing and
implementing an IT strategy, application architecture, and infrastructure for supporting global business processes with leading
software and hardware technologies while transforming IT into a high performance world-class team.
 Selected by the Group CEO and Corporate CIO to lead a team of business executives to implement world class best
practices resulting in a reduction of more than $150 million in operational costs in the first 24 months.
 Achieved 15% customer performance metrics improvement and reduced operational costs by 10% by re-engineering
Supply Chain, Customer Service, and Production processes using Six Sigma / Lean methods.
 Supported more than 25% business growth by integrating more than $2 billion in global acquisitions.

 Reduced IT costs more than $50 million by re-structuring the IT organization that supported global applications and
operations in a shared service IT arrangement and established major outsourcing contracts.
Into Great Company, Columbus, Ohio (Recruited to a much larger role at Honeywell) 2001 to 2003
(Venture capital firm which acquires privately held companies in the medical, high tech, and manufacturing area)
CIO & Senior Vice President – Charged with Identifying companies in the high tech and manufacturing area which
had significant growth potential or merged with other firms that had high synergistic value.
 Identified and integrated 3 high tech medical manufacturing and distribution firms in 13 months while simultaneously
establishing strategies, business plans, and performed interim executive responsibilities.
Delphi, Inc., Detroit, Michigan (Company strategically outsourced the IT function) 1998 to 2001
(Formerly General Motors Delphi, a $30 billion world leader in automotive technology including chassis dynamics and
propulsion, safety, thermal and electrical architecture, and electronics and mobile communications)
CIO/Global IT Director of Enterprise Programs – Served as group CIO and executive leader of the business
transformation and spin-off of Delphi from General Motors implementing common business processes for Supply Chain,
Operations, Finance, and HR.
 Managed upon request of CEO all aspects of a major business transformation effort. As a result, the spin-off was achieved
ahead of schedule, while revenues concurrently increased by more than $1.5 billion and operational costs reduced by
$500 million in the first 3 years.
 Developed Business Intelligence that provided visibility over critical financial and operating metrics and improved on-
time delivery 35 % by eliminating unprofitable products and plants.

 Reduced IT costs by more than 30% by eliminating multiple data centers and overlapping technologies, and established
$100+ million in outsourcing agreements with major systems and technology suppliers.

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Prior 1998 Professional Experience
Compuware, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio MD-Enterprise Solutions 1997 to 1998
Pirelli, Inc., NA, Columbia, South Carolina VP & CIO 1995 to 1997
Deloitte Consulting, LLC, Cleveland, Ohio Senior Manager 1994 to 1995
Avery Dennison, Cleveland, Ohio Director, Business Automation, CIO 1987 to 1994
B.F. Goodrich, Cleveland, Ohio Manager, New Systems Development 1979 to 1987

Education/Professional Development & Certifications


Executive Program; Stanford Graduate School of Business, Palo Alto, California
MBA; Accounting & Computer Science, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, Magna cum Laude
Bachelor of Science; Business Economics, John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio, Magna cum Laude

Executive Leadership Programs at Delphi and Honeywell


Member of the Information Systems Conference Board and the Society of Information Managers (SIM)

Certified Systems Professional (CSP)


Six Sigma Black Belt and Design for Six Sigma Certified
Quality Manufacturing (QMS) and Lean Manufacturing Certified
Stanford Advanced Project Management Program (SAPM) Certification
Endorsements
Not only did John successfully lead the spin-off and global business transformation of Delphi from General Motors, he
established strong support and communications with my leadership team as well as my Board. In fact, some of my Board
members asked John to review and provide advice on their companies IT strategies and programs.
J .T. Battenberg III, Chairman and CEO, Delphi Automotive, Inc.
John stepped into a very difficult business turnaround and restructuring initiative with Pirelli and was able to not only
deliver on all goals but introduced significant capabilities like E-commerce into each of our businesses. In addition, he built
an extremely strong IT organization focused on customer and business needs.
Eugenio Razelli, CEO, Pirelli, NA
I gave John the most challenging assignment to establish agreement on a global common business process strategy and plan
in an extremely complex business group consisting of over 200 acquisitions with strong entrepreneurial leaders. He
succeeded where others have failed. John is an intelligent hands-on leader who understands the needs of business.
Larry E. Kittelberger, SVP, Technology and Operations, Honeywell, Inc.
I recruited John back to GM to provide his leadership in our enterprise program initiatives. His leadership and direction was
instrumental in turning around and dramatically improving these programs to provide a truly world-class IT operation. He is
one of the top IT leaders in the industry.
Ralph Szygenda, GVP&CIO, General Motors, Inc.
I have known John for over 12 years and highly recommend him as a CIO and IT leader who drives significant improvements
in business operations and service levels. His ability to quickly understand complex businesses and their critical issues, and
then creatively up with innovative solutions for moving forward is outstanding. I really enjoyed working with John, his
openness, and ability to drive results.
Edwin Lange, EVP, SAP America, Inc.
Although John did not report into me, my leadership team and I viewed him very highly. I thought he had innovative ideas
and was very effective in presenting them to the organization, as well as, delivering on his objectives.
Fritz Henderson, CEO, General Motors, Inc.