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Date: 23 March 2021
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Our board consists of quality professionals who have decades of experience in managing quality departments, knowledge on quality subject matter and tools.
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PROJECT MANAGEMENT WITH OLIVIA ATKINS & JOHN SAWYER
In our ever-changing world, particularly one in which the pace of change is accelerating, we need to constantly upgrade our skill sets to satisfy the needs of the marketplace. Keeping yourself in the game means you need to assure that projects are properly managed with the foresight to assure all possible risks and structures to your plans are in place and well maintained.
It takes the form of skill sets, technical expertise, wisdom, and decision-making ability. Put another way, information is stored by a computer; knowledge is possessed by a human being.
John Sawyer retired in 2010 after spending 22 years with Sikorsky Aircraft. He has over 50 years’ experience in Manufacturing and Management Systems. John has been an Independent Consultant, and has also held positions of Director of Management Systems and Manager of Manufacturing Systems. Mr. Sawyer has held technical positions in data processing, as well as supervisory positions in Production Control, Manufacturing, and Retailing.
A member of APICS since the late 60's, John has taught Certification courses at the local chapter level, as well as both Production and Inventory Control and Data Processing at the collegiate level. John is a charter member of the New Haven Chapter of APICS and served as its fourth President. John is a graduate of Boston University, and has done graduate work at both Syracuse and Cornell Universities. He is certified by APICS at the fellow level for CPIM, CSCP, and CLTD. He is also an APICS qualified instructor. He is a frequent speaker at colleges and professional societies and has spoken several times at the APICS International Conference.
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