Professional biography and info page for John R. Janiczek
A sales professional and manager experienced in sales performance management through the smart application of information technology, performance measurement, and process improvement methods.
Analytical, creative problem solver with a passion for improving sales processes and systems
Effective communicator with the ability to promote, market, and sell concepts, products, and services
Strengths-based approach to identifying and building on associate/staff abilities and innate talents
Strong orientation toward increasing efficiency and productivity, enhancing revenue, and reducing costs
Systems and process improvement skills in sales/marketing, finance, administration, and operations
Ability to effectively address strategic, big picture issues as well as tactical details
Systematic, holistic approach to optimally blending people, process, and technology
Adept at evaluating, implementing, and using leading information management technology
Articles/Lectures (Partial List):
“Accounting Software Implementation” (guest lecturer), Accounting Information Systems (ACCTG 432), Penn State University, 2008
“Learn the ’10-Minute Rule’ for Gauging Productivity” (author), Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal, December 2007
“Data From A Digital Free-For-All: Uniting Your Structured and Unstructured Data” (author), Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal, November 2007
“How To Streamline your Workflows” (author), Book of Business Ideas, A Supplement to the Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal, October 2007
“Making the Pieces Fit for Profit” (contributor), Practical Accountant, June 2007
“Reengineer Client Business Processes to Add Value” (author), Accounting Today, September 1995
According to Others:
"John has the unique talent of seeing the entire picture, which serves him well in developing solutions that solve multiple problems."
"He is a committed professional who willingly goes the extra mile."
"John's work is always of the highest quality. He takes pride in producing at the highest level in all of his projects."
"John makes a complete effort to think through problems, assess alternatives, and make sound recommendations."
"John is particularly solid presenting on his feet. He is equally good whether working from a prepared presentation or dynamically adjusting his content to his audience."
"John likes to do business the same way I do, if it is not a Win-Win then it is not worth doing. I have much respect for John."