Greg Miller, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Teaching Professor, Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame and President and Chief Executive Officer, CrossCom LLC
Greg Miller is currently the president and CEO of CrossCom, a leading life cycle management provider of point of sale, network, and voice systems for North American retailers, restaurants, and grocers. For the past two decades, Miller has led CrossCom by creating an ongoing competitive advantage in the highly price-sensitive field of IT end user services. After recruiting and grooming a high-performance management team, he grew the company by securing capital for multiple acquisitions, developing key supplier relationships and forging long-lasting customer partnerships. Miller's creative thought leadership has caused significant disruption in the industry and driven exceptional results. Miller earned a PhD in business administration from Oklahoma State University and is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School's Advanced Management Program (160). He is a member of the Harvard Business School Club of Chicago, Academy of Management, Southern Management Association, CFA Institute, and the Strategic Management Society. Miller recently co-authored the book The Circle Blueprint: Decoding the Conscious and Unconscious Factors that Determine Success published by Wiley. The book seeks to empower individuals by operationalizing and sharing the teachings of top Fortune 100 executive coaches. The Circle Blueprint accomplishes this objective through an original and proprietary online psychometric assessment that enables readers to identify and bring into consciousness latent tendencies that limit them reaching their full potential. Miller is a third generation member of the United States Armed Forces and the American Legion. He served honorably in the United States Air Force, 552nd Airborne Warning and Control Systems Division. He is also a member of the American Legion Post 158.

Education

  • PhD Oklahoma State University

Contact

gmiller@amp160.hbs.edu

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