Put the Spark Back in Manufacturing

April 30, 2014

mfg-300x199 Only those manufacturers and distributors who want to thrive in 2014 will join in, collaborate and be a bigger part of the community! In todays’ increasingly complex world, seemingly touchy-feely topics like collaboration and community are a must. Who can know “all the answers” as to how to improve operational performance, decrease customer lead times, create customer loyalty, accelerate cash flow, quicken the product development life cycle etc.? No one I know; however, the “right” team of people do. Thus to be successful, it’s becoming more and more critical to seek out opportunities to join with your colleagues (and even competitors) to learn and collaborate. The APICS Inland Empire’s executive panel and networking symposium on May 3rd is one of these rare opportunities.
The Inland Empire Chapter of A.P.I.C.S., the national association for operations management advancing productivity, innovation and competitive success, is igniting manufacturers and distributors with its 3rd Annual Executive Panel & Networking Symposium: Filling the Skills Gap: Putting the “Spark” Back in Manufacturing & Distribution on May 3rd. With manufacturing making a strong comeback, there is an even greater need to attract new talent and build more employee skills for manufacturers and distributors. Through breakfast networking and panel discussion with Noel Massie, UPS Southern California, Roy Paulson, President of Paulson Manufacturing, Alan Dunn, Founder of the Manufacturing Executive Institute and Dwane Lamb, Director of Operations with PEG Grand Terrace (Wilden Pump), attendees can look for new ideas to bring some energy back to their companies.
The Symposium brings together manufacturing and distribution-minded professionals to exchange ideas and hear from business leaders on what they are doing to recruit, engage, train and motivate their workforce.There will also be a focus on how to kindle ideas on recruiting new talent to look at manufacturing as a career choice and how to train new employees so they are work-ready right out of school.
The 3rd Annual Executive Panel & Networking Symposium: Filling the Skills Gap: Putting the “Spark” Back in Manufacturing & Distribution will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona, Calif. Fees to attend the event from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM are $15 for members, $25 for non-members and students are free. Breakfast buffet is included.
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