Modernizing the Company Edison Built: GE Appliances Champions Innovation and Digitization

  • Regionalizing a global manufacturing footprint to meet demands for local sourcing and production
  • New business model and revitalized House of Brands allows us to grow closer to customers
  • Digital supply chain enables business transformation in more complex and disruptive world

Bill Good
VP, Supply Chain Network
GE Appliances

As Vice President, Supply Chain Network at GE Appliances, a Haier company, Bill Good is responsible for managing all GEA factories and leading the entire Supply Chain network through its Lean transformation. Under Bill’s leadership, his team has developed GEA factories into world class industry leaders in operational excellence, differentiated quality, advanced manufacturing and expertise, and technical and operational talent development.

Bill joined GE Appliances from Whirlpool where, over the course of eight years, he held positions of increasing scope and responsibility, including: Director of Assembly Operations at both the Findlay and Clyde Divisions; Director of Lean Operations across North America Manufacturing; Director of Support Operations at the Findlay Division; and Plant Manager at the Greenville Division. Bill’s career began with Diversified Products in 1988 before moving to Tri-Glas in 1994 as the Division Manager responsible for the manufacture of automotive components for Ford, Chrysler, GM, Kenworth, and Peterbilt. After moving to Char-Broil, he served multiple roles over the next 10 years to include serving as the Vice President of Operations.

Prior to his promotion to VP, Bill led the Decatur Plant through a revitalization of our product lines, including a $120 million investment to our equipment and machinery, including a redesign of our products.

Bill holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Management from Auburn University, and an MBA and a master’s in Human Resources from Troy State University.

Bill and his wife have two children and reside in Louisville, Kentucky.