IEOM Industry Solutions
Washington DC, USA
September 27-29, 2018
IEOM Industry Solutions sessions will showcase the industrial case studies and their impacts of the industrial solutions using IE / OM tools and techniques (lean, six sigma, FMEA, simulation, design of experiments, optimization, TOC, PLM, CAE, statistical analysis, safety, reliability, etc). IEOM 2018 Washington DC Conference will have a dedicated session for the Industry Solutions where distinguished practitioners provide their presentations including their experiences and journey to be successful. Thirty six featured speakers will be from various part of the world to address industrial challenges and opportunities for continuous improvement and sustainability.
Each speaker needs to submit a title of the talk, abstract and a short bio as well as power point presentation prior to the conference. All will be included in the IEOM 2018 Conference proceedings.
If you are interested to be an industry speaker, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Industry Solutions Chairs
Industrial Engineering Manager of Boeing – Retired
Dr. Rupy Sawhney
Professor and Heath Fellow in Business & Engineering
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Executive Director of CASRE (Center for Advanced System, Research and Education)
University of Knoxville
Distinguished Industry Speakers
Thursday (September 27, 2018)
Session I: Industry Solutions (Room – 2)
2:30 – 4:00 (Thursday)
2:30 – 3:00 (Thursday)
Director of Quality Assurance, Performance and Business Improvement
Amor Health Services, Inc.
Brownsville, Texas, USA
Certified Mater Black Belt
Certified Scrum Master
Certified Quality Assurance Engineer
Application of Hoshin Kanri, Long Term Planning and Strategic Deployment
Mr. Hosseinkhanli is Director of Quality Assurance, Performance and Business Improvement Amor Health Services, Inc. in Brownsville Texas USA. He was General Manager of Almana Trading in Doha Qatar Middle East and responsible for all aspects in creation and implementing of successful growth of new market development and turn- key operation for various products. Mr. Hosseinkhanli was involved with financial negotiation with national and international banking, corporation, private sources and trading organization. Volvo International Development Corporation, Gothenburg Sweden, Marketing Director For The Middle Eastern Countries, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Turkey and Iran. Negotiated and established exclusive franchise agreement and turn- key operation. Did market analysis and feasibility studies for Volvo International in the Middle Eastern countries and increase annual sales in excess of 55%. Chief Industrial Engineer, United Carr, manufacturer of plastic knobs for Automotive Industries, Knoxville Tennessee USA.
His education background is: Master of Business Administration from IMMEDE Management Institute in Lausanne Switzerland majoring in financing. Bachelor of Science in Industrial and System Engineering from University of Rhode Island in Kingston Rhode Island USA. Certified Business Analyst from International profit Association in Buffalo Grove IL USA. Certified Six Sigma Green and Black Belt from Institute of Industrial Engineers.
Extra Curriculum Activity: Senior Member of Institute of Industrial Engineers, Senior Member of ASQ and Senior Member of Swedish Method and Time Measurement Language: Fluent in English, Swedish, German, Turkish, Farsi and some Spanish.
3:00 – 3:30 (Thursday)
Sr. Project Manager
Phillips 66 Refinery (Exxon)
Linden, NJ 07036, USA
Latest Tools for Project Engineering & Management in Construction Industry including, Refinery, Pharmaceutical and IT
Prof. Bob Mathur has been teaching post-graduate, Master level courses in Project Management and Project Controls at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) as an adjunct professor for the past eight years. He teaches these classes in addition to his full-time employment as a Senior Manager at Phillips 66 Refinery in New Jersey where he is responsible for concept to execution of capital projects for the Refinery. In both the courses Prof. Mathur, therefore, integrates his vast practical experience in engineering and management experience from India, Germany, Holland, England and the USA. He also brings the students a good mix of theory of academics and practice of corporate culture. Prof. Mathur’s teaching style is extensively interactive with the students where he shares with them the practical knowledge and experience he has gained in the last 39 years from various countries. He updates his syllabus continuously to ensure that the use of the latest technologies and facilities including smart phones and the associate apps; IPad etc. becomes a part of his teachings. Prof. Mathur is a Chemical Engineer with a MS from Germany. He is currently a Senior Manager for the Phillips 66 Refinery in New Jersey where he is responsible for all engineering estimates for all Capital Projects as well as Project Management and field execution for these projects. He is an active member of the AACE International (Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering). Prof. Mathur has been the President of the NJ Chapter of this National body for three consecutive years and was the Chairman of the Education Board of the New Jersey Chapter of the AACE. He was the recipient of the Order of the Engineer Award for 1997 from Canada. Bob has been in the Strathmore Who’s Who (USA) for two consecutive years in 1997-98 and 1998-99, and was selected in the American Registry of Outstanding Professionals for year 2001-02. He has also been a member of the Board of Executives (Education) of AACE International at Morgantown, West Virginia.
3:30 – 4:00 (Thursday)
Dr. Sergey Ivanov
Department of Management
School of Business and Public Administration
University of the District of Columbia
Washington DC, USA
Dr. Sergey Ivanov is Professor of Management at the School of Business and Public Administration, University of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC, USA. His professional practice and scholarly interests are in the field of scientific organizational research in government, corporate, multinational, and military organizations. He received Ph.D. from The George Washington University’s School of Business, working under the leadership of Dr. Elliott Jaques on dynamic theories in organizational science. Professor Ivanov has taught management and organizational courses at the University of the District of Columbia, as well as The George Washington University, for over a decade, and provided consultancy services to a wide variety of organizations, including the U.S. Department of Defense, Fortune 1000 Corporations, and others clients. More information about Dr. Sergey Ivanov is available at www.SergeyIvanov.org, where he freely answers questions and shares ideas.
ID 516 Organizational Systems and Unicorns: What Systems?
Sergey Ivanov, Department of Management, School of Business & Public Administration, University of the District of Columbia, Washington DC, USA
Session II: Industry Solutions (Room – 2)
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm (Thursday)
4:30 – 5:00 (Thursday)
Professor Don Reimer
Senior Research Fellow
Genichi Taguchi Center for Quality and Sustainability
Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology
UTM Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Director of Membership and Chapter Development – IEOM Society
President, The Small Business Strategy Group, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Adjunct Faculty – A. Leon Linton Department of Mechanical Engineering
Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan, USA
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Corporate Intrapreneurship
Donald M. Reimer is an adjunct faculty at the A. Leon Linton Department of Mechanical Engineering in College of Engineering at Lawrence Tech in Southfield, Michigan. He coordinates the Certificate of Entrepreneurial Engineering Skills. Mr. Reimer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management from Lawrence Technological University and a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from University of Detroit/Mercy. He is a Certified Management Consultant with over 35 years of experience in working with closely-held businesses. He has taught courses in entrepreneurship, strategic management, corporate entrepreneurship and innovation for engineers. Mr. Reimer is a member of the Lawrence Tech Kern Campus Committee, Coordinator of the Lawrence Tech Innovation Encounter. He is faculty Advisor of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization. Mr. Reimer serves as a Kern Fellow of The Kern Family Foundation, Co-Direct of the Coleman Fellows Program, member of the National Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization Faculty Advisory Council and is a member of the American Society of Engineering Education.
He has operated his own consulting company – The Small Business Strategy Group for 23 years. He published numerous articles on small business, entrepreneurship and strategic thinking. He has received several awards and recognition by local, state and federal agencies for his work in entrepreneurship and minority business development. Mr. Reimer served as member of the Minority Economic Development Committee of New Detroit. Mr. Reimer is member of the Small Business Advisory Council of the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Reimer is a member of Advisory Board of the Milwaukee Junction Small Business Assistance Center. He is also a member of the Applied Innovation Alliance. Mr. Reimer serves as a KEEN Fellow for The Kern Family Foundation and is a member of United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Friday (September 28, 2018)
Session III: Industry Solutions (Room – 2)
Lean Six-Sigma Green Belt Workshop
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
University of the District of Columbia
4200 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
Introduction of participants
Pre-Test and Evaluation of Lean Six-Sigma Concept
Understanding Lean Six Sigma
- Describe the objectives of Lean Six Sigma
- Describe the relationship between variation and sigma
- Recognize some Six Sigma concepts
- Recognize the Six Sigma implementation model (DMAIC)
- Describe your role and responsibilities in Lean Six Sigma (LSS)
- Utilize a structured approach to select projects
- Refine and Define the problem into a Project Charter
- Make an initial estimate of your project’s benefits
Lean Six Sigma Fundamentals
- Describe what is meant by “Process Focus”
- Describe the importance of VOC, VOB, and VOE, and CTQ’s & explain COPQ
- List and explain Six-Sigma Tools
- Describe the Six Sigma metrics
- Explain the difference between DPU and DPMO
- Explain the importance of the different stakeholders including the senior executive team and the different roles they play in Six Sigma project and system implementation.
- Explain the roles of Master Black Belts, Black Belts Green Belts and or Department managers, supervisors, team members and their roles in Lean Six-Sigma Implementation
- Importance of Project Charter, GEMBA, Lean Six-Sigma Training prior to Lean Six-Sigma implementation
- Generate a Process and Value Stream Map ( From Morning Session)
- Statistical Tools required for Lean Six-Sigma
- Importance of Data Collection and Analysis
- How to determination of Defects per Unit (DPU)
- How to determine Defects per Million of Opportunities (DPMO)
- Utilization of current and future states of the system to show process or system’s improvement.
Group Exercise Lean Six Sigma mini Project – Proposed by each group
Dr. Saso Krstovski, MBB
Lean Manufacturing Coach /Six Sigma Master Black Belt
Van Dyke Transmission Plant
Ford Motor Company
Dr. Saso Krstovski is currently working for Ford Motor Company as Lean Manufacturing Coach/Six Sigma Master Black Belt at the Van Dyke Transmission Plant. He has worked as a Test Engineer, Launch Test Engineer, and Electrical/Control Engineer since 2004. Dr. Krstovski has also, worked at the Dearborn Tool and Die Plant and held various roles in Information Technology as a Systems Analyst, Manufacturing Planning Specialist and Process Engineer from 1996 to 2004. He is detail oriented and data-driven engineer with over 20 years of manufacturing experience. He is diversely skilled and proficient with problem identification and resolution to avoid time/cost expenditures. His expert level skills are in information technology, engineering, testing and manufacturing systems. His background ranges from supervision to engineering. Dr. Krstovski held several different engineering discipline roles within Ford. He has extensive six sigma knowledge inside and outside of the Ford organization. Dr. Krstovski collaborated with the education sector on manufacturing systems projects and provided ideas on several occasions. He has received the Doctor of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems (DEMS) from Lawrence Technological University. Dr. Krstovski has Masters in Electrical Computer Controlled Systems from Wayne State University. He has several paper publications and scientific articles.
Past Programs of IEOM Industry Solutions
- 2017 IEOM Rabat Industry Solutions Speakers
- 2016 IEOM Detroit Industry Solutions Speakers
- 2016 IEOM Kuala Lumpur Industry Solutions Speakers
- 2015 IEOM Orlando Industry Solutions Speakers
- 2015 IEOM Dubai Industry Solutions Speakers
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