James is a Trusted Advisor for many organizations in various industries. He has a solid reputation of making positive contributions that have been instrumental in the transformation of organizations struggling where human capital, processes and technology intersect. James has worked with high-tech manufacturing, retail, Major film Studios, Major Video Game Publishers, and the Music Industry. He has been an industry consultant with 15 years of executive experience in complex various Supply Chains, Global Strategic Road-maps, Data Governance, and Operational Business Intelligence. An expert at re-engineering business processes and aligning practices to reflect corporate vision and mission by introducing innovative solutions.
A thought leader that has been published on Forbes; “The Three Ingredients for a Successful Company”. James has driven change within the Home Entertainment Industry: 2008 Lead Analyst in a cross industry Supply Chain Study, “The Last 100 Feet”; a qualitative study researching opportunities in the home entertainment supply chain, included retailers and film studios. 2010 Architect behind the “Out of Stock Study” a quantitative research study related to entertainment packaged media and when/why stock outs occur and their financial impacts. This study included Best Buy, 7 major film studios, and Stanford University.
Mr. Maysonet sits on various advisory programs and has lectured on the Supply Chains of the Media & Entertainment Industry at various graduate schools across the U.S.: Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA), Hollywood IT Society (HITS), Stanford University Global Supply Chain Management Forum, Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business Media & Entertainment Supply Chain Management Program.
James held executive positions within Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Sony Pictures, Netflix, Teradata & Capgemini Consulting. Additionally, James has experience with food distribution, managing the complex supply chains of both fast food and casual dining franchisers across the US