April 2018 Print

President's Report

Well, Easter has come and gone.  I did my part for the supply chain having ordered flowers for my Mother-in-Law and two Sisters-in-Law and driving over 1,000 miles round trip to celebratre family and friends for Easter dinner, all in 3 days.  The highlight for me was (besides no snow or ice going up to Pennsylvania) was seeing all three of my granddaughters together (ages 4, 3.5 and 2).

APICS continues to improve their customer service, and we repeat an article this month with details and the new phone numbers and emails for your reference.

EKU student chapter is official and formed.  We are working with them to set an April meeting.  In other news we have an article bleow on the EKU Analytics symposium.

We also are calling on those of you who might be motivated to support your local chapter by joining the Board of Directors.  In an article below you can see he typical cmmitments - we try very hard to make the commitments limited and reqarding.  If you can support the chapter, please let me know.

Next month we will hold our elections electronically.  Members will receive ballots via email.  We will also be circulating to members a survey to better understand what is important to our members.  Please take a few minutes to vote and to respond to the survey - this is your opportunity to have a real voice in your chapter efforts.

As I write this spring is upon us, but winter will be back (at least temperature wise) in the morning.  Please be safe and careful as you drive around to work and back.

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2018 EKU Business Analytics Symposium

Hosted by Eastern Kentucky University's School of Business Friday, April 20, 2018 | EKU Business and Technology Center, Richmond, Ky.


The data era is here. Analytics experts help decision makers with faster and more informed decisions. The 2018 EKU Business Analytics Symposium provides the perfect opportunity to explore best practices, gain insights from leaders and experts, and stay up to date on latest,
cutting-edge information about business analytics.

 

(See attached PDF to register and for agenda or CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE)

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NKU's 2018 Project Management & Business Analysis Symposium - Leveraging best practices for maximum results

Learn how to get them to follow you anywhere –  Project Leadership Strategies That Will Have Them Following Your Lead.   Matthew G. Marvin, M.Ed.  President & CEO, MGM Consulting

Project Leadership is tough and having the right strategies can make all the difference in the world. In the keynote session, “Learn How To Get Them to Follow You Anywhere – Project Leadership Strategies That Will Have Them Following Your Lead,” we will discuss the key strategies that cause project team members to go from frustration to focus & follow-through in no time. Clear communication is crucial & there are processes that you can implement quickly & easily that can cause team members at all levels to follow your lead and help you to accomplish your goals & initiatives.

DATE & TIME:
Friday, May 11, 2018
7:00 AM – 6:30PM, EST

LOCATION:
Northern Kentucky University
Griffin Hall, Kenton Drive
Highland Heights, KY 41076

REGISTRATION:
Mar. 12, 2018 – May 10, 2018

**We encourage you to register early as to be eligible for Early Bird pricing.**

 

VISIT THE SYMPOSIUM WEBSITE
for more information, the program, and to register.

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