Learn how to ensure your laboratory is most efficient and compliant -- join The Bioscience Network for the Lab Productivity Micro-conference, an evening of seminars and exhibits focused on how to best manage financial, health, and instrumentation risks in the laboratory.
5:30 - 6:00 Registration and Networking in Exhibit Hall
6:00 - 6:45 Welcome Remarks & Opening Keynote by, John Carrier, Senior Lecturer of System Dynamics, MIT Sloan School of Management
Carrier instructs senior managers on improving manufacturing and business processes and serves as an on-site coach in support of projects. His research focuses on strategic marketing and new business development in high technology, specialty chemicals, and service segments. Carrier has more than 15 years of experience in a variety of corporate, entrepreneurial, and consulting environments. Since 2006, he has worked with Arsenal Capital Partners as director of Six Sigma, where he is responsible for increasing portfolio company valuation by adapting and applying Six Sigma techniques to midsize companies. Carrier also handles due diligence, post-merger integrations, and financial analysis and improvement. Prior to joining Arsenal Capital Partners, he was employed by Grace Construction Products; Bain & Company, Inc.; and SuperCool LLC.
6:55 - 7:25 Concurrent Seminar Sessions:
- Choosing the Right Tools and Talent for Laboratory Workflow Optimization
- Managing Financial Risk in the Laboratory: Todays Pharma Lab - Not in Isolation
7:30 - 8:00 Concurrent Seminar Sessions:
- Building an Automated Laboratory Workflow
- Improved Lab Productivity Drives Lab Sustainability
Commissioning Agents, Inc.
Cornerstone Commissioning, Inc.
Middlesex Gasses & Technologies, Inc.
R.W. Sullivan Engineering
Safety Partners, Inc.
Surplus Solutions LLC