Senior Vice President, Corporate Planning Group
Stuart Pann is the Chief Business Transformation Officer and Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Corporate Planning Group (CPG). Stu is responsible for leading the cross-company IDM2.0 Acceleration Office (IAO) effort to build the tools and capabilities to enable Intel’s IDM 2.0 vision and turn our supply chain into a competitive advantage. These activities include strategic capacity planning across the Long-Range Planning (LRP) cycle, capital and capacity strategies, sales and operation planning across supply and demand, pricing and monetization, and external manufacturing. CPG serves as an independent and non-biased organization that uses data to influence the planning processes across the company.
Stu returned to Intel in June 2021 where he had started his career in 1981 and served the company for 33 years. Prior to his return to Intel, Stu was Chief Supply Chain Officer and CIO at HP for 6 years. Stu was responsible for HP’s supply chain, which delivers nearly 100 million products to customers each year through a sophisticated network of HP factories, ODM factories, and logistics providers. Stu also managed HP’s strategic alliances with key partners.
Prior to joining HP in July 2014, Stu served as Intel’s Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Business Management Group where he was responsible for pricing, revenue, and forecasting functions for Intel’s microprocessor and chipset operations. In addition, Stu also co-managed the geographic operations teams for the Intel sales force and was responsible for order management and external facing supply chain programs. Stu joined Intel in 1981 and held several management positions within the company’s sales organization before moving into an operations role in 1999 as the director of Microprocessor Marketing and Business Planning.
Stu earned an MBA from the University of Michigan in 1993, He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Michigan Technological University in 1981.