Byron Green

VP, Global Operations at L3Harris


Byron Green is the Vice President of Global Operations for L3Harris Technologies, Inc. In this role, Green has responsibility for leading global manufacturing, quality, environmental health and safety, supply chain management and e3 – L3Harris’ lean operating system. Green possesses more than 20 years of extensive operations and enterprise continuous improvement experience in large, global manufacturing organizations.

Green joined L3Harris in July 2019 from Whirlpool Corporation where he most recently served as the vice president of manufacturing for the North American region. In this role, Green was accountable for production, manufacturing engineering and advanced program planning for fourteen manufacturing facilities and 28,000 employees.

Prior to joining Whirlpool in 2017, Green spent almost 20 years at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, ultimately leading North American vehicle assembly, producing 2.3 million vehicles annually. In this role, Green had responsibility for advanced program planning & investments, process design activities and program management & launch. Green joined Chrysler in 1998 and over the course of his tenure held a wide variety of operations and manufacturing roles including plant manager of several facilities, vice president, Powertrain – Engine/Foundry Manufacturing, vice president, manufacturing for the Jeep and truck division, and vice president, manufacturing engineering – where he was responsible for leading the advanced manufacturing engineering function for the company globally, including process development & standardization, lean manufacturing, and execution of new model launches.

Green began his career as a manufacturing co-op student at General Motors. Upon graduation, he spent nine years in escalating production and manufacturing engineering roles at both General Motors and Ford Motor Company.

Green received his master’s degree in engineering management/control systems from University of Detroit Mercy, and his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the former General Motor Institute, now Kettering University.


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