Dan Bursik

Dan Bursik

Vice President – Best Practices

Dan Bursik

Dan Bursik leads the Industrial Engineering capabilities and customer deployment resources at Logile.

With a career spanning over 30 years of retail store operations and labor management expertise, Dan has assisted numerous organizations in defining best practices, establishing labor standards, initiating continuous improvement programs, and implementing enterprise technology tools to improve service, manage labor expenses, and insure operational excellence. Dan has led Productivity and Workforce Management teams and initiatives at Cub Foods and Supervalu Corporate Retail; crossing a host of retail markets, formats and banners including Cub Foods, Albertson’s, Acme, Shaw’s, Jewel-Osco, Hornbacher’s, Scott’s, bigg’s, Shop ‘n Save, Shopper’s Food Warehouse, Farm Fresh and Supervalu Pharmacy.

Dan is an industry thought leader in workforce management and enterprise labor solutions. In his tenure at Supervalu Corporate Retail he introduced many initiatives which helped Supervalu transition from wage percent and sale per hour labor management to fixed and variable factor management and to dynamic, standard-based work scheduling. Another significant initiative was to introduce organizational reporting tools for Store Operations including plan vs. forecast vs. scheduled vs. earned vs. actual reporting to facilitate pro-active improvements in staffing and enhanced customer service.

Dan is a champion for continuous improvement initiatives including 5-S workplace organization and best method development. He is passionate about forecast accuracy and schedule optimization including his pioneer design of task and event based scheduling for non-front-end departments. He supports employee engagement in the process of continuous improvement and transparency in the application of standards and store-specific data in determining work content. In a wide variety of grocery retail formats in his long and accomplished career, Dan has achieved significant improvements in workforce management, customer satisfaction and system-aided operational excellence.

For Logile, Dan has key roles in developing future system requirements and in assisting our customers in driving optimal benefits from the power of Logile’s system functionality. The ability for Logile to provide a complete service from engineered labor standard development to the ultimate implementation of those standards to support enterprise operations is a critical difference in what makes Dan proud to be associated with Logile.

Dan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN.

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