Carlson Consulting Enterprise Leadership

Siddharth Chandramouli, Managing Director

SIddharth Chandramouli

Siddharth Chandramouli has worked extensively on strategy and operations initiatives across a wide range of industries, including financial services, healthcare, logistics, and travel. His previous experience includes working as a management consultant with IBM and McKinsey, where he led business development activities and project teams. In these roles, he worked closely with clients by bringing a structured, collaborative, and actionable approach to solving critical business problems. He has also served in leadership positions with Zurich Insurance Group, UnitedHealth Group, and Carlson Wagonlit Travel in various roles, including corporate strategy, sales and distribution, and operations. He received his PhD in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan. He has a passion for coaching and mentoring and building strong trust-based relationships.
 

Dave MacCallum, Associate Director

Dave MacCallum

Dave MacCallum, Ph.D., has worked extensively as a consultant on local, national and international projects in the private, public and nonprofit sectors. His previous experience includes work as a consultant with McKinsey, in the corporate strategy group at Ameriprise and as an administrator and professor at Carleton College. His educational background is in logic and computer science. Along with his work at MacCallum Ross, Dave also currently directs Civic Consulting Minnesota (CCM), a nonprofit organization that builds pro-bono teams of private sector experts, government leaders, and CCM staff to determine workable and enduring ways to help Twin Cities local government be more effective.

 

Marja Engel, Associate Director

Marja Engel

Marja Engel is a senior executive with expertise in strategy, business development, marketing and commercial operations. Her prior experience includes 10 years with management consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, where she served clients across many industries, including food & agriculture, consumer packaged goods and financial services. She was also a Vice President of both Strategy & Business Development and Marketing with Ecolab and is currently CEO of SuraMedical, a startup medical device manufacturer. Marja has a PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a BS in Chemistry from Harvey Mudd College and is an alum of the University of Minnesota's own UMTYMP program.

 

Art Hill, Academic Director

Art Hill

Professor Hill founded the Carlson Consulting Enterprise in 2002 with help from several collaborators both inside and outside the Carlson School. He is the associate dean for MBA programs and John and Nancy Lindahl Professor in the Supply Chain and Operations Department.

Hill has extensive international experience at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences, State University of Management (Moscow), University of Witwatersrand (South Africa), IMD International (Lausanne, Switzerland), the National University of Singapore, and Renmin University (Beijing). He has consulted more than 100 organizations including 3M, Best Buy, Cargill, Carlson, Ceridian, CH Robinson, Cummins, Dow, General Mills, Goodrich, Home Depot, Honeywell, Land O'Lakes, Medtronic, Nestlé, Target, Thomson Reuters, Toro, U.S. Bank, and Wells Fargo. He was the editor of the Journal of Operations Management, the premier academic journal in operations management.

His current research is focused on supply chain management and process improvement.

Hill holds a BA in mathematics from Indiana University, an MS in industrial administration and a PhD from Purdue's Krannert School. He has been recognized as an outstanding instructor in the Carlson School of Management in several national publications including BusinessWeek.

Contact Information

Carlson Consulting Enterprise
Carlson School of Management
321 19th Ave. S., Suite L-153
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0438

Phone: 612-626-7751
 

Managing Director

Siddharth Chandramouli
Carlson Consulting Enterprise
612 626-7751
chandras@umn.edu