About NCCIE

The National Centers for Commercial and Industrial Excellence serve member companies by providing them with an open and free forum to exchange ideas on research, development and business excellence. It is our goal to compliment the commercial gifts of members by providing them with the shared understanding of best practices, a crucible in which to test those ideas and an open platform on which they can optimize organizational praxis within a safe-harbor environment.

Excerpted from §2(a)(1) of the NCCIE mission statement, rev. 7.23b

Board of Directors

Tobias G. Fujiyama Director General, Chairman

By Joi Ito (originally posted to Flickr as Muneaki Masuda) [CC-BY-2.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Dr. Fujiyama, a native of Flanders, recevied his doctorate in engineering (Eng. D.) from the University of Zeitz and Theissen in Germany. He holds several patents among them achievements in organizational kinetics, wide-zone thermographics and foundational theoronics. Before becoming chairman of NCCIE, Dr. Fujiyama worked in executive positions at the World Theoronics Fund where he helped lead industry wide reform. Dr. Fujiyama lives in Baltimore with his wife, Naiara, and their three children. His hobbies include restoring vintage Toyota automobiles.
Contact: tobias@nccie.org

 

Rudiger Jones Director of Operations, Vice Chairman

By Adam Carr at en.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons Mr. Jones brings his extensive field experience to NCCIE after distinguished service in Brazil's National Recovery and Reclamation Directorate. There, he led a team of several hundred governmental and nongovernmental professionals to ensure the conservation and reclamation of tertiary (third-tier) resources. The effort returned previously discounted monies (US$750 million over five years) thought misrouted to offshore entities. Mr. Jones received the 2008 Telperion Award for his work on Brazil's high-altitude tertiary (third-tier) recovery project. "Digger," as he likes to be called, spends his few off-hours creating steel and concrete sculpture for the grounds of his Lancaster, Penn., family farm.
Contact: rjones@nccie.org