World-Class Industrial Network, LLC (WIN) is a project development and management-consulting firm staffed by socially conscious entrepreneurs and experienced professionals that share a commitment to look beyond traditional solutions to improving the impact and performance of the organizations it serves.

Since 1993 WIN has worked on hundreds of projects…providing strategy, program design, market development, revenue growth, and information technology consulting services. WIN’s list of clients includes universities, economic development organizations, social service agencies, workforce investment boards, workforce training intermediaries, industry associations, government agencies, and private businesses.

WIN has helped clients generate over $77m in earned revenue and grants and has directly managed over $63m in economic, workforce, industrial and environmental projects.

Our consulting approach is to match a unique WIN Team to each project and have that team fully engage with a client to analyze and identify strategies, build organizational infrastructure, and implement creative solutions that evolve and improve based on models of performance outcomes and analysis.

Our client engagement model is built around three guiding principles:

  • Systematically involve people and organizations in the process of identifying and developing common purpose and direction.
  • Build solutions using contemporary tools and innovative methods of continuous performance improvement and customer satisfaction.
  • Networking to increase the magnitude and velocity of change by linking stakeholders to create positive benefit for all.

Areas of Practice include:

  • Workforce Innovation: Developing and implementing collaboration driven workforce development models that bring together industry, education, community and public sector stakeholders.
  • Information [over] technology: Information technology strategic planning, solution design, systems integration and implementation services targeting economic development agencies, non-profits and manufacturers.
  • Energy and Environment Initiatives: Development, planning and management of initiatives to support businesses, non-profits, and collaborative groups in achieving improved energy performance and earning a financial return on their investments.
  • Operational Excellence: Providing consulting, training and facilitation services employing best practices in lean, systems thinking, quality assurance, process improvement and leadership development to help your team develop self-sustaining continuous improvement programs.

For more information about WIN, contact Barry Maciak, our Managing Partner.

Partners

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Barry Maciak
Managing Partner
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barry@winnets.com

Silvio Baretta
Senior Partner
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silvio@winnets.com

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Tim Marcovecchio
Partner
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tim@winnets.com

 

John Werling
Partner
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john@winnets.com

Emily Adair
Partner
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emily@winnets.com

 

 

Associates & Staff

Richard Askren
Business Analyst
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richard@winnets.com

Emily Morse

Emily Morse
Senior Consultant
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morse@winnets.com

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Tyigeie Brown
Technology Analyst Assistant
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ty@winnets.com

 
 

Paul Rosenblatt
Architect/Planner

Paul Rosenblatt, Founding Principal

Paul Rosenblatt, Founding Principal

 
 

Paul Rosenblatt AIA (Yale University B.A. / M.Arch.), is the Founding Principal of Springboard Design, full-service architectural planners whose work has evolved from a focus on museums and cultural facilities to a broader more proactive approach to public interest design. Design Corps recently recognized Springboard Design as a SEED Certified Consulting Firm, one of the first three firms to be recognized nationally for its public interest design practice. Mr. Rosenblatt’s current notable projects are Creator Square, a Living Artisan Studio + Museum in Johnstown, PA, and the Dyke Residence, an off-grid house in Confluence, PA.

In addition to leading the practice, Mr. Rosenblatt AIA teaches in Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture and Center for the Arts in Society and works as an exhibiting artist. Mr. Rosenblatt’s work includes The Maridon Museum, National Aviary, Tartans Pavilion at Carnegie Mellon University, and the Loft/House, featured on HGTV. The firm has also completed many projects for the Carnegie Museum of Art and The Warhol including consulting on the recent reinstallation of both of their permanent collections. Their Smoke Restaurant in Lawrenceville is part of the Pittsburgh’s culinary rebirth and one of Pittsburgh Magazine’s top 30 restaurants. He is currently working on a book about the firm’s approach to makerspace design. Earlier research has been included in publications for ACSA Annual Meeting, CAAD Futures, the Yale School of Architecture journal, Perspecta, which Mr. Rosenblatt edited, and the London Futures Conference, among others.

 

Ryan Mitchell
Consultant/Creative

Ryan Mitchell, Founding Principal

Ryan Mitchell, Founding Principal

 
 

Ryan Mitchell is a full service IT and Front-End Web Design Consultant dedicated to helping individuals, Small Businesses, Educational Institutions and Not-for-Profit Organizations build capacity and become more technologically savvy. Mr. Mitchell specializes in Apple/Android devices, Mac OS/Chrome OS, Google Suite, Squarespace and a handful of other quality sustainable products and solutions. Education, training and administrative support are also at the forefront of Mr. Mitchell's private practice, having assisted in multiple pilot programs to educate community members and bridge the ever growing digital divide.