JOHNSON CONTROLS INC. - Jerry Beaubien to vice president and senior executive in charge of the Johnson Controls Leadership Institute. He was vice president and general manager for Johnson Controls in South America.
Mike Lamach to group vice president and general manager for the General Motors worldwide, Toyota worldwide and Nissan North America customer business units. He was vice president and general manager of North American commercial business for the company's Integrated Facility Management business.
Johnson Controls is in Milwaukee. The Plymouth, Mich., automotive group supplies seating and interior systems, and batteries.
GENTEX CORP. - Garth Deur, 44, to vice president of business development and planning. He was vice president of Chrysler business operations for Johnson Controls Inc. and a principal of private investment company Landmark Group of Holland, Mich.
Gentex of Zeeland, Mich., supplies automotive electro-optic products, including automatic dimming mirrors.
MICROSTRATEGY INC. - Shay Dembicki, 44, to director of the Automotive Solutions Group. She will oversee the automotive original-equipment and supplier marketplace in the company's Troy, Mich., office. Dembicki was General Motors' client executive for IBM Corp.
David Wysocki, 32, to district manager for the Automotive Solutions Group. He will be responsible for the automotive supplier marketplace. He was a sales executive with IBM.
MicroStrategy of Vienna, Va., provides business intelligence software, CRM applications and related services.
U. S. STEEL GROUP - John Peters to general manager of automotive business. He will oversee automotive sales and marketing and the company's steel automotive applications facility in Troy, Mich. He was the manager of sales and service for the General Motors account.
Peters succeeds J. James Kutka Jr., who was named vice president of sheet products sales for U. S. Steel.
U. S. Steel Group is a unit of USX Corp. in Pittsburgh.
STANADYNE AUTOMOTIVE CORP. - Michael O'Day to vice president and general manager of subsidiary Precision Engine Products Corp. He was vice president of business development for the International Fuel Cells unit of United Technologies Corp.
O'Day succeeds Art Caruso, who retired after 35 years with Stanadyne.
Precision Engine Products Corp. supplies valve train components. Stanadyne Automotive of Windsor, Conn., designs and manufactures precision engine components and assemblies, including fuel injection equipment and hydraulic valve lifters.