APICS Hosts the “Match Game” in October

On October 12, 2011, Alan Leigh will present an interactive program titled the Match Game. Does your manufacturing process run smoothly from step-to-step without interruptions? Do your transactional processes (eg, invoicing) proceed from end-to-end with no waiting?   Does your supply chain operate on average?

The Match Game is an interactive fast-paced demonstration of the principles that guide all of our multi-step processes.  It has elements of quality, Theory of Constraints, Six Sigma and Lean woven into it.  Despite that, it’s a lot of fun!!   Come and join the Mid-Hudson Valley Chapter at their October 12th APICS Meeting.

Date: October 12, 2011     Time: 6:00 Networking, 6:30 Buffet Dinner, 7:30 Presentation

Where: Younget Brother Resteraunt, Rt. 9W, Newburgh, NY

Cost: $22     To Register: Contact Glenn Tanzman at 914-475-2955 or g.tanzman@tanzco.net or visit http://www.mid-hudsonapics.org/


About Our Speaker – Al Leigh is President of 3V Consulting, Inc, a business improvement company.  Al Is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, and APICS certified CPIM and CSCP.  He is the principle Lean Six Sigma Consultant and Lead for the Rutgers University School of Management – Camden, leading their certification program for Green Belts and Black Belts, and developed their new on-line Green Belt Training curriculum.   He is also an APICS Master Instructor and teaches many CSCP and CPIM classes in the Wilmington, DE area.  In his prior career, Al worked over 33 years with DuPont as an integrator of continuous improvement processes including quality management, Six Sigma and Lean. Since then, Al has consulted and taught at many manufacturing companies, hospitals, not-for-profit organizations and universities.  He has presented at the APICS International Conference and numerous other national and regional conferences.    Al is currently the Executive Vice-President of the Brandywine Valley APICS Chapter.

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