PEO York Chapter Presents: Engineered Excellence Relies on Effective Process Management
May 25, 2016
531 Atkinson Ave., Thornhill, Ontario
Wednesday, May 25th, 2016 – 7:30pm
Location: Yummy Grill Restaurant, 531 Atkinson Ave., Thornhill, Ontario
Fee: $15/pp includes refreshments
The word, “engineer”, is derived from the Latin “ingenerare”: to cause, create or produce.
In the product and service world, engineering is the means to an end… a quality outcome. An engineer’s best efforts, however, can be frustrated when an organization fails to deliver on that promise. This failure is most often the result of inadequate process management… a foundation for operational excellence.
This workshop introduces participants to six key elements that are essential for Effective Process Management and will enable engineers to better assess process risk in the organizations they support and educate process owners and managers in these important tools and methods”
Our presenter, Rod Morgan is a senior consultant for EZSigma Group, program manager and instructor for Lean Six Sigma programs at the Schulich School of Business. Having instructed and coached thousands of Black Belts, Green Belts, Yellow Belts and Champions in Canada and internationally, Rod is one of Canada’s foremost Lean Six Sigma trainers and practitioners.
He is frequently in demand as a speaker on quality at conferences where he leverages his diverse experience in enterprise information technologies, retail, consumer packaged goods, manufacturing, healthcare, finance and the public sector.
Rod has managed hundreds of successful improvement initiatives and Lean/CI cultural transformations for some of Canada’s most notable companies. Drawing on more than 25 years of change management, quality systems deployment, project leadership and organizational transformation, Rod brings clients a wealth of experience and successful results”.
Friends are welcome and networking encouraged!
Rick Vender, P.Eng.
Program Director – PEO York Chapter
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