Supply Chain

  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Supplier Quality Systems
  • Supplier Assessments
  • Logistics
  • Problem Solving
  • Interim Leadership

Operations Management

  • Lean Techniques
  • Cost Reduction
  • Quality Management Systems
  • Warehouse Management
  • Problem Solving
  • Interim Leadership

Market Entry

  • End-to-End Site Acquisition
  • Start-up Support
  • Site Studies
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Site Visit & Travel Support

Coaching, Training & Certification

  • Supply Chain
  • ISCEA Certifications
  • Supply Chain Ethics
  • Lean Operations
  • General Management
  • Business Model Development

Welcome To Peregrine

Peregrine Management International is dedicated to providing client-forward management advice. Lean Manufacturing is at the core of our thinking and processes, so you can expect us to offer data-driven, flexible, sustainable, and simple solutions to your business problems.

John Dwyer, Managing Director

General manager with executive leadership skills and manufacturing startup experience in Vietnam. With 19 years at Fortune 500 companies, John has deep experience in international business, new product introductions, strategic sourcing, Lean Manufacturing, and 6 Sigma. Successfully managed an international M&A project to create a JV entity in Vietnam in the specialty vehicles industry.


Latest Insights

2020 Edition of Vietnam Provincial Competitiveness Index Published
2020 Edition of Vietnam Provincial Competitiveness Index Published

The 2020 Edition of the Provincial Competitiveness Index has been published. It is a very useful and informative report that has been prepared annually since 2005 as a collaboration between VCCI (Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry) and USAID (United Stated Agency for International Development).  It gathers survey data on all 63 provinces and cities in Vietnam, calculates 10 sub indicies (entry costs & informal payments being examples), and then ranks each province by a weighted average of those sub indicies.  Quang Ninh province maintained its top rank for the fourth year running and Vietnam’s major cities all ranked in the top 14: Danang (5), Hanoi (9), Can Tho (12), and HCMC (14).  Vietnam executes law and regulation in a decentralized systems, so a company’s relationship with their host province can have a major impact on operations and success.  The report is also full of other interesting items including an Infrastructure Index, a foreign investment survey, a chapter on the impact of COVID, and a chapter on environmentalism in Vietnam.  It’s a great read for anyone interested in learning more about Vietnam. The full version is available here.