Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM EST
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Pervez Kahlid 
APICS New Haven Chapter #229 

Coping with the Speed of change (especially THIS year)  

Over the last 25 years, Dan Marino has had the opportunity to work with many different companies all over the world.

These companies have been in various stages of their Life Cycle, -- some of the companies were in a tremendous growth cycle, some very mature with steady growth intrinsically and through mergers and acquisitions, and others on the end of their life cycle, trying to figure out the next chapter for their companies.

Regardless of what life cycle companies are in, Dan typically got asked by Senior Management very similar questions:

  • What will it take to improve the alignment of strategy and execution?
  • What will it take to improve processes and systems in all areas?
  • What will it take to improve the ability of employees to embrace change?
  • How can we improve the process of coping with change in all departments?
  • How can we eliminate the amount of change and the speed of change?
  • What systems can I purchase to improve my capability to manage change?
  • Do we need more complicated and detailed processes and systems to manage change?

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Speaker Bio:

DANIEL A. MARINO is a Senior Partner of Marino Associates, LLC a manufacturing consulting firm specializing in ERP/MRP II, Lean/Agile Manufacturing, JIT, Six Sigma, and related consulting and education. Prior to establishing his own firm, Mr. Marino was a Senior Consultant with Robert Abair Associates.  

Mr. Marino has also held the positions of Vice President of Manufacturing and Operations with Gerber Technology, Inc., Tolland, Connecticut, Director of Manufacturing and Materials, for a high tech CAD manufacturer, Vice President of Manufacturing for a large capital machine manufacturer, as well as Manufacturing Engineering Manager, and MRP II Project Manager for a large capital equipment manufacturer.

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