Greg R. Papp is the founder and president of Cube Culture Corporation, an enterprise dedicated to assisting organizations in developing better methods for creating high performance in administrative and office environments. With over thirty years of professional and executive experience in finance and engineering at Fortune 500 organizations, including General Motors, Ford, and Allied-Signal, Greg brings a wealth of knowledge and new ideas to his clients. Over the course of his career, Greg has led change initiatives across a wide spectrum of business functions within plant, division, sector, and corporate areas of responsibility. He has been an instructor, leader, and team member on hundreds of improvement initiatives using various leading-edge tools, including Lean initiatives, Six Sigma techniques, Ford Quality Circles, Ford QOS, and GE Workout. In addition, he is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Toledo’s Executive Center for Global Competitiveness.

Prior to founding Cube Culture, Greg was the corporate controller of Aeroquip-Vickers Corporation, a $2 billion firm providing engineered materials and services to the automotive, industrial, and aerospace industries. Greg is also the founder of the Process Improvement Networking Group (PING), which brings executives of major corporations together to leverage ideas for improving business processes. PING is dedicated to creating a platform for executives to share process improvement practices in administrative, financial, and human resource management functions.

Greg is a sought-after speaker, trainer, seminar leader, and executive coach who helps leaders look for ways not only to improve performance but to do it quicker than their competitors. Greg’s clients include Cooper Tire, La-Z-Boy, Owens Corning, Pilkington, and Owens Illinois. He has also served as a judge for several quality and business excellence awards, including the Ohio Excellence Award.

Greg received an M.B.A. from the University of Arizona and a B.S. in industrial engineering from General Motors Institute (Kettering University). He has also participated in advanced management education programs at Harvard Business School, the University of Michigan, and the Kellogg School of Business Management. Greg can be reached at 419-867-0852 or, or visit his website at