Professional Development

Attendees enjoyed and learned from  “Blockchain’s Roles in Meeting Key Supply Chain Management Objectives" Energetically Presented by Nir Kshetri, Professor of Management, UNCG, on January 9th

The Chapter appreciates all  the participants at the February 13 "Student Appreciation Night!  Student topics presented (with those presenters earning chapter provided monetary scholarships) included "Global Supply Chain Risk", "Adjusting the Traditional Cost Accounting Method for a Lean Supply Chain", and "Is Africa Ready to Take Its Place in Supply Chain Management?"

 

March 13, 2018

Joint Meeting Event with ASQ

 

"Agility in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World"

Presented by Sarah Salmonowicz, PMP

To Register,  Please use this Link 

Using practical examples and real-world experiences, Sarah will provide an informative and engaging introduction to agility, its relationship to lean, and the role of quality in an agile world.  Join us for this special dual APICS and American Society for Quality event on March 13, 2017 at Volvo Communications Center in Greensboro.

EVENT SYNOPSIS

The pace of change in the world is accelerating.  As new technologies disrupt known industries and markets, the demands from our customers and the way they do business is also changing.  We must rapidly adapt, lead with agility and take advantage of new opportunities faster than the competition. 

Being agile means welcoming changing requirements, building projects around motivated individuals with the courage and authority to make fast decisions, and incrementally delivering value quickly to customers while still giving continuous attention to technical excellence. 

In this event, you will gain an understanding of:

  •          The agile values and principles
  •          The relationship between lean and agile
  •          Delivering value and quality in an agile environment
  •          What the most common agile methods and practices are

 

BIOGRAPHY

Sarah Salmonowicz is a resourceful, t-shaped leader with a flair for harnessing creativity, leading with vision and managing with agility.  As a lifelong learner with courageous curiosity, she rapidly adapts to and shapes change in complex environments.

In her current role as North American Business Excellence Manager at Bosch, she is responsible for portfolio management of organizational development projects, process innovation, and training as well as coaching for all levels of the organization in agile methods and practices.  She is a Bosch instructor for "Agile Management", "Agile Methods & Practices", "Scrum Master" and "Agile Product Owner".

Degrees/certifications: Associate’s Degree in Robotics, Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, PMI-PMP, Six-Sigma Green Belt, EFQM Assessor (European Foundation for Quality Management), International Business German.