The 3 Imperatives for Achieving Organizational Excellence (Acworth Manufacturing Growth Meeting Series)
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Manufacturing Growth Educational Series*
Location: Chattahoochee Technical College
Lunch is included in the registration price
The 3 Imperatives for Achieving Organizational Excellence
Organizational Excellence is the power of achieving more, by achieving it together. Join us for 2-hour training to:
Understand the theory of Organizational Excellence and how you could improve your company by creating a culture that capitalizes on the combined strengths of each individual
Learn how leaders can encourage this type of thinking and change within their organization
Discuss the three key enablers that are critical for achieving this highly desired level of performance: transformational leadership, organizational alignment, and accountability.
Who should attend? CEOs, Presidents, Directors, Vice-Presidents, General Managers, Plant Managers, and other leaders within your company.
Event includes lunch, networking, presentation, case study, and Q&A.
Series Partners: Cherokee Office of Economic Development, Cobb County Chamber of Commerce, Chattahoochee Technical College, Cartersville-Bartow Joint Development Authority, and GaMEP at Georgia Tech
Speaker: Mike Stonecipher, GaMEP Project Manager
Mike specializes in strategic planning and managing projects that will enable top-line growth through product innovation and deliver bottom-line results through process innovation, team development, and lean implementation.
Prior to joining Georgia Tech, he served 15 years in the automotive industry with AlliedSignal and Honeywell International, where he held the position of Director of Operations for the Automotive Friction Materials Division. Stonecipher also worked in the energy and sustainability industry and has served on the board of directors for Power Partners, Inc. (formerly a division of ABB). He has extensive experience in leading product and process development, six sigma and lean implementation, factory start-ups, new product launches, and managing operations that serve a global OEM customer base. He was awarded AlliedSignal’s CEO Technology Achievement Award and received a patent for abrasive coating on brake pads.
Stonecipher holds a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from Tennessee Technological University and an M.B.A. from Brenau University. He has completed Lean Enterprise training through the Lean Design Institute at UT Knoxville and Finance for Executives, Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
*This quarterly lunch and learn educational series will deliver actionable tips and tools of the trade specifically designed to help Georgia Manufacturers grow their business.
When & Where
Georgia's Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) at Georgia Tech
The Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) is a program of Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute and is a member of the national MEP network supported by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The GaMEP, with offices in nine regions across the state, has been serving Georgia manufacturers since 1960. With a broad range of industrial expertise, the GaMEP helps manufacturing companies across Georgia grow and stay competitive. It offers a solution-based approach through technical assistance, coaching, education, and connections to Georgia Tech, industry and state resources designed to increase top line growth and reduce bottom line cost.