February Joint Meeting with APICS/PMI
Janet Lentz
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I'm looking forward to February's joint meeting with APICS and PMI. The program committees for these groups have been working hard to make sure the program is value-added for all attendees. We have a great venue at the Penn Oaks Country Club and some outstanding speakers!  I hope to see many of you there.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pmi-dvc-chapter-dinner-meeting-2192020-tickets-90469844741?idU=1

APICS – Michael Bracciante, CSCP, CLTD, SCOR-P, Lean Six Sigma Blackbelt – retired from DuPont after a ‘dual career’. First in DuPont Engineering where I led global project teams in defining, engineering and starting-up mechanized processes. I moved into the DuPont Supply Chain Center of Excellence as a six sigma continuous improvement consultant and project leader. I have been actively involved with APICS for the past 10 years,  am a certified APICS instructor, and also the president of the APICS Brandywine Valley Chapter.

ASQ – Paul Staudt, CQA, CQE, CPSM, CSSGB, is a Business Leader with Quality and Procurement expertise within the Medical Devices, Pharmaceuticals, Consumer Healthcare, and Elastomer industries. He currently serves as the Senior Manager for New Product Development (NPD) Procurement for Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices.  Paul also recently served as Worldwide Manager of Supplier Quality at Ethicon Inc, a Division of Johnson & Johnson.

PMI – Bill SchnaufferPMP, MBTI, CCL, ISO9001, SSGBpast VP of Programs and Chapter President for the PMI-Delaware Valley Chapter, has celebrated 44 years at computer company DXC.

PMI – J.B. Anderson, CSCP, SCOR-P, PMP, ITIL-F, 6 Sigma Blackbelt.  An experienced past Supply Chain Consultant from DuPont, certified member of APICS, Sig Sigma Blackbelt and certified Project Manager in Finance MIS at JP Morgan Chase & Company will compare and contrast the APICS, ASQ, and PMI methodologies.


 
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