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2010 International Conference and Expo Nashville , Tennessee October 16-19, 2010. Southeast District Meeting Charlotte, NC February 19-20 2010. Where will you be October 17-19, 2010?.

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2010 international conference and expo nashville tennessee october 16 19 2010

2010 International Conference and ExpoNashville , TennesseeOctober 16-19, 2010

Southeast District Meeting

Charlotte, NC

February 19-20 2010

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Where will you be

October 17-19, 2010?

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Join the SOUTHEAST DISTRICT as we welcome everyone from around the world to beautiful Nashville Tennessee for the

APICS 2010 International Conference and Expo

Excellence in the New Normal

Gaylord Opryland

2010 conference committee members
2010 Conference Committee Members
  • Luc Chalmet; CFPIM, CSCP Belgium
  • Chet Frame; CFPIM, CSCP Terra Grande District
  • Bhaskar Majee, CPIM Northeast District
  • Mary Moravec; CPIM Canadian District
  • Merri Rich; CPIM Pacific Western District
  • Jason Wheeler; CPIM, CSCP Great Lakes District
  • Karl Klaesius; CPIM Southwest District
  • Lisa Ross; Southeast District
  • Pamm Schroeder; APICS Staff Liaison
  • Jennifer Proctor; APICS Staff Editor in Chief
  • Bob Collins; CFPIM. CSCP APICS Staff Dir. Education
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Call for Papers has produced over 145 submissions that will be reviewed by conference committee members .

  • Final selections will be made at the next face to face meeting at the venue March 4-5, 2010
  • Responses to each submittal both; accepted or rejected and why
  • Registration opens early April 2010
conference content
Conference Content
  • Educational Learning Paths

Follow OMBOK Framework

Aligns to the Strategic Objectives of APICS

Concentrated effort into non traditional areas

  • Advanced level and general to specific educational opportunities
  • Reaching out to Hospital, Service and Hotel industries
learning paths
Learning Paths
  • Global Supply Chain
  • Operations Planning and Controls
  • LEAN
  • Professional Advancement

Executive S&OP track strongly considered Recommendation to start plan for 2011 event. Planting the seeds on the value of APICS Education and BOK

objectives
Objectives
  • 40% of sessions should be advanced topic/content
  • 10% First time APICS speakers/practitioners
  • At least one SERVICE oriented session within each learning path
  • Raise attendance through awareness and marketing with channel partners around the world
goals
GOALS

Increase number of paid attendees

2010 target 1050.....committee target2000

Provide networking opportunities and panel discussion to engage participants

Positive financial return to APICS

Delighted customers and attendees

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Keynote Speaker:

Sunday general session

Lt General Russel L. Honoré

Retired Military, US Army

Commander of the Joint Task Force

for Hurricane Katrina

Presentation topic “The New Normal”

special events
Return of Certification Breakfast

Opening Reception

Networking Opportunities

Events under same roof, Opryland venue is expansive

TOURS

Special Events
tour outline
TOUR OUTLINE
  • APICS STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE-TOURS.
  • 8 MAJOR TOUR PROCESS STEPS.
  • HOW THE TOUR TEAM OPERATES.
  • PROFILE OF THE TEAM MEMBERS.

5. REVIEW THE CURRENT TOP 14 TOURS.

6. Q & A.

review of the top 14 tours
REVIEW OF THE TOP 14 TOURS

1.Gibson Guitar.

2.Nissian-assembly and engine plant.

3.Jack Daniels.

4.Bridgestone/Firestone.

5.Genesco Inc.

6.Krogers/Heritage Dairy Farm.

7.Batesville Casket.

top 14 list cont d
TOP 14 LIST CONT’D

8. Corvette Assembly Plant.

9. Opryland Food Services.

10.Vanderbilt Univ.-Medical.

11.Vi Jon.

12. Teledyne Technologies.

13. Dispensary of Hope.

14. A.O. Smith-water heaters.

strategic objective
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE
  • MISSION:

a. To provide seating capacity to cover 80%

of the projected paid attendees.

  • GOAL:

a. Arrange plant tours that have alignments to

the educational learning paths.

b. Secure 28/30 Educational Plant Tours.

8 major action steps
8 MAJOR ACTION STEPS
  • Establish Tour Teams.
  • Identify potential tour companies.
  • Perform company assessments.
  • Team face-to-face mtg. (3/4) vote of selection.
  • Prepare co. write-up—”what will you see”.
  • Face-to-face mtg. with host companies.
  • Execute—October conference.

8. Post evaluations—goal 4.0 rating.

how the team operates
HOW THE TEAM OPERATES
  • Operate with 2/3 team members.
  • Teams formed based on their area of expertise

and Learning Paths they selected.

  • We had two face-to-face meetings.
  • We hold conference call every 2/3 weeks.
  • First tour focus was on companies with high

profiles/recognized by APICS attendees.

6. Narrowed the first list from 66 to 14.

profile of team members
PROFILE OF TEAM MEMBERS
  • Have a team of 25 members.
  • 14/25 are reliable doer’s-get the job done.

3. All members are APICS members MITE chapter.

  • Very diversity mix of professionals.
  • Each team members select the company they

want to contact and work with.

  • We have no one with an ego that tries to dominate the process.

a. Everyone knows their role.

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Q & A
  • Any questions?
host district
Host District
  • Host Joint District Meeting prior to VLW
  • Provide volunteers to help at conference
  • Boost marketing to increase local registrations
  • Promote to all chapters within district
  • Tour Committee support
  • Provide APICS Greeters at Airport
  • Local scholar and student participation
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So where will you be in October 2010?

With all your APICS friends in Nashville!

5 r s
5 R’S

Remember to mark your calendar, Oct 17-19

Register Early

Review www.apics.org/conference for updates

Revisit business contact and make new ones

Record your progress

Reinvent yourself

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APICS channel partners promote

EDUCATION

CERTIFICATION

PROFESSIONAL ADVANCEMENT

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Questions??

Thank you for your support!

Lisa Ross

2010 International Conference and Expo Chair

lisa_j_ross@yahoo.com