APICS Theory of Constraints (TOC) Professional Development Meeting (PDM)

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Date(s) & Time(s)::

November 17, 2010 at 5:30 PM until 7:00 PM

Location: Red Lion Inn, 205 Coburg Rd., Eugene (I-105 & Coburg Rd.)

Phone: 541-902-2263

Email: NancyM@Bowtecharchery.com

Link: http://www.apics-swiv.org

Event Description

There are many questions that we must ask ourselves in business. Many of us do not know where to start. Start with this, every business has constraints; be they people, resources or capital. The business world is filled with constraints. Managing these constraints will dictate how successful our business will be.
Hurry and joins us for an informative and rewarding information session. Space is limited.
TOC – Measurements that Count
Professional Development Meeting, Dinner & Speaker
5:30 – 7:30
5:30 for Meet and Greet, 6:00 PM dinner
•APICS Members: $20 Non-Members: $25
Menu: Fettuccini Alfredo, Sautéed Marsala chicken, Fresh seasonal vegetables, Fruit salad, Caesar salad with roasted garlic dressing and freshly grated parmesan, Garlic bread, Cheesecake with Berry Sauce
Contact NancyM@Bowtecharchery.com or call 541-902-2263
For more information, visit our website at www.apics-swiv.org
Join us! Registration Deadline: Friday, November 11, 2010
Location : Red Lion Inn, 205 Coburg Road Eugene OR 97401 (I-105 & Coburg Road)

About the Presenter; Hank Barr, CFPIM, CSCP, CPM
Hank Barr is an APICS certified fellow in production and inventory management (CFPIM), a certified supply chain professional (CSCP) and he is also past certified purchasing manager (CPM) through ISM/NAPM.
He has over 40 years of a broad range of worldwide inventory and logistics management experience including accounting, budgeting, material requirements and logistics support planning, data processing and executive level assignments. Retired from the Air Force as a Supply and Logistics officer and recently from Boeing, he’s managed local and worldwide inventories as diverse as aircraft and vehicle fleet maintenance parts, electronics and communications items, office supplies, fuels and even nuclear weapons and their maintenance parts.
Hank has taught Materials Management courses in the Air Force, over 16,000 student days at Boeing, for the Portland, Tacoma and Seattle chapters of APICS, at North Seattle Community College and at City University of Seattle and is an advisor and occasional lecturer for the University of Washington’s extension program in Purchasing Management. He’s taught in-house courses at Tektronix, Sun Microsystems, Starbucks, Amazon, and Port of Seattle. Hank has taught CPIM overview courses at three APICS International Conventions and was part of the pilot group for the Execution and Control of Operations course.
He has held APICS chapter positions including chapter president, vice president, director of education, programs and seminars and has served on region staff too.

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