Gregory North

Gregory D. North is vice president, Xerox Corporate Lean Six Sigma. Gregory joined Xerox in January 2011 and is responsible for leading the company’s Lean Six Sigma program as it continues on an ongoing business transformation journey.

Since 2003, Gregory was with Fidelity Investments, most recently as senior vice president, Process Excellence Workplace Investing. During his tenure at Fidelity, he led numerous quality and transformation programs and was responsible for developing and deploying its global quality systems standard, Lean Six Sigma program and Management by Fact process management system. Prior to this, Gregory held a range of business excellence and quality positions at M/A – COM Wireless Communications and Electronics, part of Tyco International.

Gregory is a certified Master Black Belt and holds a B.A. degree from the College of William and Mary. He and his family reside in the Rochester, NY area.

The process excellence community may view digital transformation as a threat – shifting the improvement focus onto technology – but it represents a tremendous opportunity...Full Article »
As organizations turn to new digital tools to achieve better standards of work and increased efficiency across the enterprise, the challenges of transforming your organization's culture and mindset is clear. But what are the critical competencies for driving process excellence? Gregory North, President, Globe North LLC and Process...Full Article »
Process is fundamental to the way we work and yet for too long it’s been confined to specialist quality or process improvement departments. Isn’t it time that process played a more prominent role in the boardroom? Interview with Greogry North, Chief Process Officer, Xerox Services, Xerox Corporation....Full Article »
When you know where you are going and that it is a place you want to be, change is exciting, says Gregory North, Vice President of Corporate Lean Six Sigma at Xerox. Here's how Xerox is evolving the who, the how and the what of Lean Six Sigma....Full Article »