Michael Sandman is Senior Vice President of Fuld & Company.
He has over twenty years of experience as a senior operations manager
in companies manufacturing high-strength materials for the composites
industry, specialized industrial textiles, and industrial process
control systems. Mr. Sandman also has an extensive background in
international business and operations management, including the
transfer of industrial coating technology to licensees and joint
venture partners in the Pacific Rim, Switzerland, England, Mexico
Mr. Sandman was CEO of a privatelyheld composites manufacturer,
and he subsequently became chief operating officer of a division
of the Dexter Corporation, a multinational producer of specialty
materials. At Dexter, he had responsibility for operations in North
America, Europe and the Pacific Rim. Since 1984, he has consulted
extensively in the U.S. and abroad for a variety of manufacturing
operations. He joined Fuld & Company in 1991, where he is the
managing partner. He also continues to do consulting for our clients.
He has been a guest lecturer at Columbia University Business School's
advanced management program for senior executives, the University
of Wisconsin's Management Institute and at the Boston University
School of Management. Mr. Sandman developed CI 101 and
CI 202, the courses sponsored by the Society of Competitive
Intelligence Professionals (SCIP), and he teaches those courses
for SCIP. He has served on the peer review board of the Competitor
Intelligence Review, and he wrote the chapter on computers and
software for competitor intelligence applications published in Perfectly
Legal Competitor Intelligence (Bernhardt, Pitman Publishing/Financial
Times, London 1993). He is the author of the chapter on business
intelligence analysis for Millennium Intelligence, edited
by Professor Jerry Miller and published in 2000. He was elected to be a Fellow of the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals.
Mr. Sandman received his B.S. (Economics) from Clark University
in Worcester, MA and a M.B.A. from the Johnson School of Cornell
University in Ithaca, NY.