Honeywell Names Que Thanh Dallara As Vice President, Commercial Excellence And Strategy
MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J., Jan. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) announced today that Que Thanh Dallara will serve as Vice President, Commercial Excellence and Strategy, reporting to President and Chief Operating Officer Darius Adamczyk, effective January 13.
Dallara will serve as a Company Officer and will continue to report to Adamczyk after he succeeds current Chief Executive Officer Dave Cote beginning on March 31, 2017. Cote will continue as Executive Chairman of Honeywell until the Company's Annual Shareowners Meeting in April 2018. Dallara succeeds Rhonda Germany in an expanded role. Germany, who has served at Honeywell since 2002, has announced her retirement, effective March 31, 2017.
"Que brings a strong background in strategy, software, business development, and general management to Honeywell, and she is well-qualified to help lead our ongoing transition toward becoming a premier software-industrial company," Adamczyk said. "Throughout her career, Que has demonstrated her proficiency in driving breakthrough growth, especially in connected enterprises and software offerings. She will provide strategic and operational leadership to all our marketing efforts, and she will lead our efforts to expand across regions and to drive growth through new products and new customer/channel opportunities. She will also drive HOS Gold to enable even greater acceleration of profitable growth across our business enterprises."
"Honeywell has a strong track record of delivering immense value to customers through its domain expertise across a wide array of industries, supported with an advanced software development capability that is only getting stronger as the company continues to invest in that area," Dallara said. "This is a great time to join Honeywell, and I look forward to helping the management team serve customers, expand our portfolio of great products and software, and continue to grow in all regions of the world."
Since 2007, Dallara has served in increasingly responsible roles at TE Connectivity, a $12.2 billion global leader in connectivity and sensor solutions. Most recently, she served as Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Analytics, where she led the strategic growth process, performance management of business units, and big data analytics. Prior to that, Dallara served as Vice President & General Manager of TE Connectivity's Managed Connectivity business and Vice President & General Manager of the Energy Americas business. Prior to TE Connectivity, Dallara served Microsoft Corporation as Senior Director, Strategy, M&A, Integration and Governance, for the Consumer Software & Services divisions. Que started her career as a consultant at McKinsey & Company in Sydney, Australia. She earned a B.S. in Applied Mathematics and a Bachelor of Commerce, Finance, at the University of New South Wales, Australia, and an M.B.A. at INSEAD in France.
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