Professional Development Meetings (PDM)

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Notice

The Mid-Hudson APICS has been splitting its Professional Development Meeting (PDM) locations between the Youngest Brother Restaurant in Newburgh, NY, and the River Station Restaurant in Poughkeepsie, NY. Effective 6 September 2018, we will be having all our PDMs at the River Station Restaurant until further notice. The Youngest Brother Restaurant is now under new ownership, with a business model that doesn't work for future PDMs. If anyone has any recommendations for restaurants in the Newburgh area that they feel the Board of Directors should check out, please feel free to contact us at: xxeett.

Map to River Station Restaurant

 
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River Station Restaurant
1 N. Water St.
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

For Tappan Zee attendees, the River Station Restaurant is right next to the Poughkeepsie Metro-North Station (southside).

Parking options for the River Station Restaurant

  1. Handicapped spots: River Station has two off of North Water Street at the north end of the restaurant.
  2. River Station Restaurant main parking: On the west (river) side of the restaurant off of Main Street.
  3. River Station Restaurant overflow parking: On North Water Street, north of the restaurant past a private home. However, it is often chained off.
  4. Main Street: As signs permit.
  5. Train Station parking garage: You may have to pay.
  6. Train Station parking lot: You won't have to pay, but check the signs. Some spots are reserved for monthly commuters on weekdays. Other spots are reserved for patrons of the shops facing the parking lot.
  7. Rinaldi Blvd: The west (river) side has four-hour free parking until 800p. The east side and median spots are reserved for monthly commuters on weekdays.

Dining Choices

Pasta Special is Also Available This Month

Dinner Special Menu
 

September 2018 Meeting

Wednesday, 19 September 2018
Location: River Station Restaurant, 1 North Water St., Poughkeepsie, NY (see directions map)
Social: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Menu Ordering:
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM
Presentation:
6:45 PM - 7:45 PM
Dinner:
7:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Cost:
N/A; dinner will be ordered from the menu & each attendee will be responsible for their order
Reservation:
RSVP via the registration form (see below)

Our Presentation

"Lean Maintenance: Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Implementation"

TPM Model

Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is a structured and systematic approach based on best practices for performing maintenance activities in order to achieve higher levels of facility and equipment reliability.

The Benefits of TPM are:

• Increased equipment productivity
• Reduced equipment downtime
• Increased plant capacity
• Lower maintenance and production costs
• Approaching zero equipment-caused defects
• Enhanced job satisfaction
• Increased Return On Investment

Robert Carney will take us through the details of the model of TPM … enriching the content with with real life 'war stories'.

Our Speaker

Robert A. Carney, Master Black Belt
United States Postal Service
Northeast Area Office

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Robert Carney was awarded the position of Master Black Belt for the Postal Service in the Northeast Area in July 2017. The position encompasses responsibility for Continuous Improvement activities for all postal operations including processing and distribution, customer service, maintenance and administrative support functions.

In this role, Mr. Carney reports to the Area Vice President and the Area Manager of Operations Support.

There are 653 Green Belts, 43 Black Belts and 3 Master Black Belts in ten Districts of the Northeast Area. The Postal Service’s Northeast Area includes approximately 90,000 employees over a geographic area that includes Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, parts of New York and New Jersey and all locations in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

Mr. Carney has a wealth of practical field knowledge and experience with postal operations. Prior to his current position, he served as the Area Manager Maintenance Operations during which he was responsible for all aspects of maintenance, including performance measures to improve productivity, favorably portraying the USPS brand through build and ground maintenance, determining staffing levels for the Northeast Area’s 45 processing plants and 4000 delivery and retail units, and developing maintenance strategies to ensure equipment reliability and availability.

Following 6 years in the US Navy, Mr. Carney began his postal career in 1986 and became involved with LSS when the postal embraced the concept in 2007. He attended training initially through Michigan State and eventually through Accenture and Rath and Strong and Ohio State.

He earned his Green Belt Certification in 2008 and Black Belt certification in 2010, Lean Leader in 2017 and attended the Ohio State Master Black Belt certification program in 2017/18. In 2012 he began to develop a concept for a lean maintenance organization to include huddles, production boards and pull systems for satellite stock. Other LSS efforts include projects that drove the Postal Service to change electronic condition based maintenance, reduce excess inventory, revaluated tool issues for employees, and realigning work cells for equipment specific repairs/rebuild.

Mr. Carney began his postal career in 1986 as a Letter Carrier in Albany NY, where he transitioned to the maintenance function and has held numerous positions including Supervisor and Maintenance Manager in Albany and Shrewsbury MA, Maintenance Engineering Analyst, Maintenance Management Specialist, Area Manager Maintenance Operations and currently Master Black Belt.

Mr. Carney currently lives in Upstate NY in the Saratoga area with his family. Travel has been the most frequent activity as of late to visit 5 children and extended family in different parts of the country.

 
 

If you are going to attend this Professional Development Meeting, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 17 September 2018.

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October 2018 Meeting

Wednesday, 10 October 2018
Location: River Station Restaurant, 1 North Water St., Poughkeepsie, NY (see directions map)
Social: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Menu Ordering:
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM
Presentation:
6:45 PM - 7:45 PM
Dinner:
7:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Cost:
N/A; dinner will be ordered from the menu & each attendee will be responsible for their order
Reservation:
RSVP via the registration form (see below)

Our Presentation

"Blockchain - Today's Red Hot Topic"

Block Chain

By allowing digital information to be distributed but not copied, blockchain technology created the backbone of a new type of internet. Originally devised for digital currency, the tech community is now finding other potential uses for the technology.

Blockchain technology can radically transform the supply chain. Many companies are already investing in Blockchain solutions for their businesses. Natalia's presentation will cover an introduction to Blockchain and key concepts, benefits of Blockchain for supply chain, specific supply chain use cases, and more details about food safety and traceability use case. The world of global trade is fast-paced, ever-changing, and always evolving. In order to keep pace, your supply chain processes and technology need to evolve also.

Our Speaker

Natalia Nelyubina
Business Development Executive
IBM Food Trust™ 

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Natalia Nelyubina is a Business Development Executive for IBM Food Trust™, a Blockchain-based solution providing transparency and efficiency in food supply chains. In this role, Natalia is focusing on customer value, go-to-market strategy and enablement. Prior to IBM Blockchain, Natalia worked as a strategy consultant in the IBM Watson Health and IBM Chief Analytics Office. Natalia holds Masters Degrees in Economics and Applied Mathematics.

 

If you are going to attend this Professional Development Meeting, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 8 October 2018.

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November 2018 Meeting

Wednesday, 14 November 2018
Location: River Station Restaurant, 1 North Water St., Poughkeepsie, NY (see directions map)
Social: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Menu Ordering:
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM
Presentation:
6:45 PM - 7:45 PM
Dinner:
7:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Cost:
N/A; dinner will be ordered from the menu & each attendee will be responsible for their order
Reservation:
RSVP via the registration form (see below)

Our Presentation

"W. Edwards Deming's Red Beads"

Dr. Deming used the Red Bead Experiment to clearly and dramatically illustrate several points about poor management practices.

Join us as we re-enact this historic experiment.

Our Speakers

Dave Northcutt
ASQ CQE
INFORMS CAP 

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Steve Mazzuca
Board Certified Principal Data Scientist
IBM Corp. 

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Dave Northcutt is a retired Industrial Statistician with over 35 years of experience driving improvements in the IT industry.  Dave was most recently an IBM Distinguished Engineer specializing in data analysis, predictive modelling, and continual improvement in IBM’s services business.  Dave has worked with teams around the world to help them improve their businesses by helping them to understand their data.  Throughout his career, Dave has always sought to make the teams he worked with self-sufficient, not simply give them the answers.  Dave holds Master’s degrees in Economics (Northwestern), Computer Science (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago), and Statistics (Rutgers).

Steve Mazzuca is a Principal Data Scientist with IBM. He has a technical background that combines hands-on experience and knowledge of data analysis, quality management, process improvement and Lean Six Sigma tools and techniques which he uses to drive continual improvement into IBM account management. He is recognized as a leader who is able to work with diverse, global teams to drive improved quality of delivery in a measurable and sustainable fashion. He currently is leading  a team providing support to one of IBM’s largest outsourcing clients. He is also an inventor with 6 patents and 1 pending.He sits on the Technical Advisory Boards for SUNY College at New Paltz and SUNY Ulster Community College as well as serving on the Board of Directors for the Mid-Hudson Workshop for the Disabled.

 

If you are going to attend this Professional Development Meeting, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 12 November 2018.

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December 2018 Holiday Party

Wednesday, 12 December 2018
Dining Location:
Gunk Haus (see directions map below) 387 South St., Clintondale (Highland), NY
Social (at Bar; cash bar):
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Dinner: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Dining: Will be a la carte, with each attendee responsible for their own dining charge, tax & tip (We have reserved seating)

Map to Gunk Haus Restaurant & Biergarten

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Gunk House Restaurant and Biergarten
387 South St.
Highland, NY 12528

Holiday Party

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If you are going to attend this Webinar, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 10 December 2018.

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January 2019 Webinar

Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Connection Details to Follow

Our Webinar Topic

"Impossible Projects"

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Photo created by Mubariz Mehdizadeh

"An [Impossible Project] is one for which an unbiased, objective risk assessment (which includes an assessment of technical risks, personal risks, legal risks, political risks, etc.) determines that the likelihood of failure is >50%."

With average project success rates of 39%, Impossible Projects are probably more the norm than the exception. This presentation will discuss:


  • the profile of a Impossible Project
  • how to know you are getting into an Impossible Project
  • reasons for an Impossible Project
  • why do people get involved with an Impossible Project
  • project politics
  • who the important players are
  • the losing battle for the project manager
  • project estimates
  • picking the project team
  • project survival methods & tools
  • some words of wisdom for project managers

This presentation is for:

  • project managers
  • anyone impacted by a project, whether a project team member, or the future recipient of a project
  • anyone currently funding a project

Takeaway: understanding what an Impossible Project looks like, and what you can do to survive it, or to avoid it all together.

Our Speaker

John H. Capron CPIM
Speaker/Writer on ERP, Process Analysis, Requirements Engineering, Production & Inventory Management

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John Capron is a retired operations professional, having built a 43 year career in manufacturing, planning, IT development, and consulting.

He has been a Technical Team Leader, Development Manager and ERP Senior Consultant for the IBM Corporation, an ERP Senior Consultant for Keane, NYNEX, Origin, and Philips. He has also held the following positions at Philips: Materials Manager, Systems Operations Planning Analyst, Production Control Supervisor, Manufacturing Supervisor, and Production Data Analyst. His real introduction to the world of manufacturing began with Georgia-Pacific and Kraft Foods. Along the way, he became quite proficient in production & inventory management, but also recognized that he needed to become highly capable in enabling methodologies & technologies as they became mainstream. He has a solid understanding of ERP, Project Management, Requirements Engineering, Business Process Design, Software Development, Mind Mapping, SEO, Web Design, S&OP, and Structured Analysis. 

So, in his retirement, he speaks and writes on ERP, Process Analysis, Requirements Engineering, and Production & Inventory Management. Additionally, he’s currently the President of the Mid-Hudson Chapter of APICS, Inc. He now focuses on giving back to his profession, and developing the next generation of operations professionals.

 

If you are going to attend this Webinar, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 7 January 2019.

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February 2019 Webinar

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Connection Details to Follow

Our Webinar Topic

"Autonomous Warehouse Drones"

Drone Photo

Photo by George Kroeker on Unsplash

Warehouse Photo

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Our Speaker

Roger Pujol CPIM CSCP

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If you are going to attend this Webinar, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 11 February 2019.

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March 2019 Meeting

Wednesday, 13 March 2019
Location: River Station Restaurant, 1 North Water St., Poughkeepsie, NY (see directions map)
Social: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Menu Ordering:
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM
Presentation:
6:45 PM - 7:45 PM
Dinner:
7:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Cost:
N/A; dinner will be ordered from the menu & each attendee will be responsible for their order
Reservation:
RSVP via the registration form (see below)

Our Presentation

"The Cloud: What Is It? Where Is It? Are We In It Now?"

The Cloud

Our Speaker

Thomas A. Myers CPIM

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Tom was most recently a Technical Communications Manager for Oracle Corporation. He is an Adjunct Professor in the MBA program at Mount Saint Mary College.

During 35+ years experience in the productive use of information in business, his jobs have included community college instructor, systems analyst, software engineer, corporate trainer, implementation consulting manager, and information systems director.

Tom has met and advised manufacturing and financial implementation teams and company management in a wide variety of industries, from doors and windows, steel fabrication, computers, aircraft engine overhaul, and retail furnishings to hand grenades and golf clubs. He has participated in multiple ERP system implementations.

He is APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) and is a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt. He serves as the Secretary for the Mid-Hudson Valley Chapter of APICS.

Also active in the Society for Technical Communication, Tom served the New York Metro Chapter as 2d Vice President. He serves as a Judge in the Greater New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Rochester, and Houston Regional TechComm Competition, where he has been is Online Entries Manager and Team Lead Judge. Tom was (virtual) Treasurer of the Santa Barbara Chapter and Treasurer of the Los Angeles Chapter.

He holds a B.S. with honors in Psychology and a M.S. in Information Management. Past careers include counselor for autistic children and paramedic.

 

If you are going to attend this Professional Development Meeting, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 11 March 2019.

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April 2019 Workshop

Wednesday, 10 April 2019
Location: River Station Restaurant, 1 North Water St., Poughkeepsie, NY (see directions map)

Our Workshop

TBA

 

If you are going to attend this workshop, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 5 April 2019.

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May 2019 Plant Tour

Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Our Plant Tour

TBA

 

If you are going to attend this plant tour, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 13 May 2019.

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June 2019 Meeting

Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Location: River Station Restaurant, 1 North Water St., Poughkeepsie, NY (see directions map)
Social: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Menu Ordering:
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM
Presentation:
6:45 PM - 7:45 PM
Dinner:
7:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Cost:
N/A; dinner will be ordered from the menu & each attendee will be responsible for their order
Reservation:
RSVP via the registration form (see below)

Our Presentation

"My IBM Corporate Service Corps Assignment in Australia"

Steve Mazzuca, in the summer of 2018, worked with the Royal Flying Doctor Service to help them improve their operations. This presentation will describe the challenges faced, and the recommendations made, to improve those operations.  

Our Speaker

Steve Mazzuca
Board Certified Principal Data Scientist
IBM Corp. 

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Steve Mazzuca is a Principal Data Scientist with IBM. He has a technical background that combines hands-on experience and knowledge of data analysis, quality management, process improvement and Lean Six Sigma tools and techniques which he uses to drive continual improvement into IBM account management. He is recognized as a leader who is able to work with diverse, global teams to drive improved quality of delivery in a measurable and sustainable fashion. He currently is leading  a team providing support to one of IBM’s largest outsourcing clients. He is also an inventor with 6 patents and 1 pending.He sits on the Technical Advisory Boards for SUNY College at New Paltz and SUNY Ulster Community College as well as serving on the Board of Directors for the Mid-Hudson Workshop for the Disabled.

 

If you are going to attend this Professional Development Meeting, please fill out and submit this registration request.

Registration Deadline is the End of the Business Day, Monday, 10 June 2019.

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Past PDMs

This is a Listing of Our Past PDMs, by Date, with Topics Presented

Date

Speaker Topic

Downloadable File

19 September 2018

Lean Maintenance: Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Implementation

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13 June 2018

Your LinkedIn® Profile Should Tell a Story

N/A

9 May 2018

The “Flaw of Averages” - How Our Methods Doom Our Estimates and What We Can Do About It

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11 April 2018

Plant Tour of IBM Manufacturing in Poughkeepsie, NY

N/A

14 March 2018

An Analytics-Based Quality Management System

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15 February 2018

Robotic Automation

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8 November 2017

Present For Impact

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13 September 2017

ISO 9001:2015 - Top Business Management’s Leadership Role to Review and Manage Product and Service Quality Performance in a Planned ‘Management Review’

N/A

14 June 2017

Lean Performance Indicators - A Road Map for Supply Chain and Operations Success

N/A

10 May 2017

FMEA: Failure Modes and Effects Analysis

N/A

12 April 2017

Plant Tour of LSI Industries in New Windsor, NY

N/A

9 November 2016

Agile Software Development: The Case For Replacing The User Story With A Business Story

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12 October 2016

Plant Tour of VirTis Brand of SP Scientific in Gardiner, NY

N/A

8 June 2016

18 Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn® Profile

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11 May 2016

Improve Your Business With Designed Experiments

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13 April 2016

Gold Mining With Kaizen Tools

N/A

9 March 2016

The Marriage of ISO and Lean Six-Sigma

N/A

11 November 2015

Process Behavior Analysis

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16 September 2015

The Dating Game - A Practitioner’s Guide to Supplier Selection

N/A

10 June 2015

Impossible Projects

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13 May 2015

Data-Driven Marketing: What IBM Has Learned Through Its Use Of Data

N/A

8 April 2015

Cycle Counting...What You Know...What You Don't Know

N/A

11 March 2015

Gain Valuable Insights into Your Competitive Edge

N/A

12 November 2014

Tired of Always Getting the Wrong Software for Your Business Operation?

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8 October 2014

18 Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn® Profile

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17 September 2014

Superior Demand Planning with Statistical Modeling

N/A

11 June 2014

Laboratory Accreditation for Testing Labs (Ask the Assessor?)

N/A

14 May 2014

Student Presentation: Challenges Facing U.S. Industrial Manufacturing in 2014 with a Specific Focus on the Mid-Hudson Valley - Part 2
Main Presentation: Build Success - Manage Your Company Culture

N/A

9 April 2014

Student Presentation: Challenges Facing U.S. Industrial Manufacturing in 2014 with a Specific Focus on the Mid-Hudson Valley - Part 1
Main Presentation: The Idea-Driven Organization

N/A

12 March 2014

Training the Industrial Athlete of the Future

N/A

13 November 2013

Total Cumulative Lead Time - Manufacturing’s Critical Path: What’s the probability that you will deliver on-time?

N/A

18 September 2013

The Master Production Schedule: Master of All Schedules

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12 June 2013

Do You Know the Impact Poor Quality is Having on Your Supply Chain and Its Impact to Your Business?

N/A

8 May 2013

Where is Your De-Coupling Point?

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10 April 2013

Inventory Management: Learning Our ABCs

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13 March 2013

St. Francis Hospital takes the Challenge to Continually Improve Patient Safety and Clinical Quality

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14 November 2012

Sales and Operations Planning: Beyond the Basics

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10 October 2012

Value Stream Mapping (VSM) Continuous Loop Simulation

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19 September 2012

We Can't Fix It If We Don't Know What's Broken...An MRP Exercise

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13 June 2012

Understanding the Fundamentals of MRP

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9 May 2012

Quality Service Skills

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11 April 2012

Navigating Your Career Path...in this rapidly changing world

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14 March 2012

Master Scheduling: The Paradigm

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9 November 2011

Cut Through the Hype – A Fresh Approach to ERP Selection

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12 October 2011

The Match Game

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21 September 2011

The Status of Mount Saint Mary College’s School of Business

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15 June 2011

Visual Tools for Process Improvement in Healthcare

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18 May 2011

Navigating Your Career Path...in this rapidly changing world

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13 April 2011

Resumes & Interviews: How to Organize & Present Your Expertise

N/A

9 March 2011

If You Think Requirements Engineering Is Just For The IT Folks…Think Again

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10 November 2010

Lean For The Office

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13 October 2010

21st Century Manufacturing Not Without The Basics

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15 September 2010

Lean in Healthcare

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12 May 2010

Lean Eyes

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14 April 2010

Take the Mystery Out of Six Sigma

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10 March 2010

Alcoa’s Real-World Experiences Applying Kaizen

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13 January 2010

Value Stream Mapping and Plant Layout

N/A

9 December 2009

Visual Basics

N/A

Past Workshops

This is a Listing of Our Past Workshops, by Date, with Topics Presented

Date

Workshop Topic

20 April 2016

Master Scheduling Workshop

20 April 2016

Sales & Operations Planning Workshop

5 November 2014

Demystifying Material Requirements Planning (MRP) Workshop

14 & 15 May 2014

Lean Sigma Yellow Belt Workshop

9 April 2014

Demystifying Material Requirements Planning (MRP) Workshop - Joint with Tappan Zee Chapter - Held at Tappan Zee Location

10 September 2013

Cycle Counting - The Road to Enlightenment (1/2 day)

10 September 2013

Inventory Optimization - It's Time to Better Manage Inventory (1/2 day)

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