Friday, May 21, 2010

Learn more about operations management at workshops

The MESA International North American Conference June 21-23 in Dearborn, MI is shaping up nicely. Speakers and sessions have been defined and the learning opportunities abound. Much is practical advice you can use to move your organization ahead--making it more flexible, agile, productive and profitable.

The conference itself begins with an opening keynote by the renowned leader Lou Holtz on Monday evening June 21. He'll be sharing ideas garnered from a successful career in American football that you can use to become the leader your organization needs.

If you budget time to come to town early there are extra opportunities for advanced learning. Choose from a series of pre-conference workshops and dig into your biggest challenges with direct access to some of the most experienced practitioners and thought leaders in industry.

There are five workshops scheduled for Monday, June 21st. Each promises to share breakthrough approaches and valuable know-how in the specific topical area listed. There is no added fee required with payment of a full conference registration.

Here is a quick summary of our expert presenters and the content they will share:

Justifying Manufacturing Operations Management to Business Leaders
Charlie Gifford, Chief Managing Consultant, 21st Century Manufacturing Solutions

MESA Education Program: Real-Time Enterprise, 11 Function Model & MES Product Selection
Mike James, Group Managing Director, ATS International BV, and Peter van Vliet, Director Business Development, SAP

Working Session for MESA's Quality & Regulatory Compliance Guidebook Working Group, Khris Kammer, Sr. Information Solutions Consultant, Rockwell Automation

Performance Management Benchmark, Practices & Roadmap
Mitchell Weisberg, Managing Director, Lumen Inc.

Survive to Thrive
Jon Snoeij, Principal Consultant, Logica

Advanced registration is required, so sign up today.

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