Season Group Appoints Global Culture Officer

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Season Group, the global, vertically integrated EMS company, has announced a major change in its organisation in support of its continual transformation. Randy Ziegenhagel, previously VP business development, is moving to the position of global culture officer.

 “As the company continues to grow internationally, we need to ensure that we have a healthy organisation with a team that is fully aligned with the goals of the business. We see organisational health as the responsibility of every leader within the company and Randy will help each of those leaders to understand their role in making Season Group an envied place to work, whilst ensuring that the alignment of our team delivers excellent business performance that delights our customers,” said Carl Hung, CEO of Season Group.

“The fact that we’ve asked Randy to give up his previous role as VP of Business Development, where he was extremely effective for us, to take on this culture role, shows its significance to our company. This is not to be confused with an HR role. This role is specifically targeted to help Season Group unleash the only remaining untapped competitive advantage in the world right now, which is organizational health. For those who’ve met Randy, you will know that he eats, sleeps and breathes our Core Values,” Carl further added.

“It is a joy for me to be part of a company that is so focused on organizational health. I have witnessed the positive impact a strong culture has on its people, customers and suppliers.  It definitely is a differentiator—especially for an EMS manufacturer. I have also seen how quickly a company’s organizational health becomes ill and dies when it no longer is a focus. Season Group has a great history of caring for its people, and showing gratitude to their contributions, and Carl’s vision to take that to the next level is going to be rewarding, and a lot of fun to be a part of,” said Randy.

About Season Group

Season Group is a vertically-integrated electronic manufacturing services (EMS) provider founded in 1975. With manufacturing and after-market services facilities in USA, Mexico, UK, China, Hong Kong and Malaysia (as well as a design team in Hong Kong), Season Group is dedicated to providing its customers around the world with a complete, customised manufacturing and engineering service. Season Group has 950,000 sq.ft. of manufacturing space and a total of over 2,000 employees worldwide. Season Group is committed to deliver world class quality products to its customers. All manufacturing facilities are certified to ISO9001 as well as at least one additional approval for IATF16949, AS9100D or ISO13485.


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