Operations Management - Business Case Presentation

March 20, 2019
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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Newlands Golf & Country Club
21025 48th Avenue
Langley, BC V3A 3M3
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BCIT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT - STUDENT PRESENTATION

Students will be presenting the outcomes and reccomendations found and presented during their Industry Project.

Acting as consultants the student are placed in a local organization and presented with real life operational issues.

After 3 months of thorough investigation and analysis the students provide a detailed report and presentation to convey their findings and operationsal improvements.

Join us to learn more about the techniques used and the proposed improvements as presented by the team.

UPDATE - VENDOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 

Improving Vendor Performance (Cost and Quality)

By: Adil Butt, Cole Forbes and Melanie Matining (BCIT Business Operations Management Students)

You’re invited to attend the following APICS Fraser Valley / BCIT event:

Wednesday March 20th (dinner meeting): Vendor Management Systems

Twice per year the BCIT Business Operations Management Program in cooperation with our Industry Partners places teams of students into those organizations to work on “real world” process improvement projects.

Join us on the evening of Wednesday March 20th for a look inside an actual process improvement project as Adil Butt, Cole Forbes and Melanie Matining, three BCIT Business Operations Management students, profile their Fall 2018 project which was conducted at Electra Meccanica (a start-up electric vehicle manufacturer) with the focus to improve Vendor Management.

Adil, Cole and Melanie will walk us though the steps that they took including:

  • Initial investigation of symptoms and agreement on scope (Terms of Reference)
  • Component Risk and Vendor Qualification Assessments
  • Development of a Vendor Performance Evaluation Scorecard and On-Site Auditing Form
  • Documentation of Standard Operating Procedures and Work Instructions for all of the new elements and procedures

 

This will be of particular interest to any organization interested in improving their Vendor Management Systems (improving quality while reducing cost) as Adil, Cole and Melanie will profile how they applied tools learned in the classroom to “the real world” and how you can use the same techniques to improve your operations, or, if you prefer, how you can engage BCIT students to do similar projects at your facility.

For additional information and to register for the Wednesday March 20th dinner meeting, click here: REGISTER NOW

 

Tickets

$35.00 PDM Member Ticket

$40.00 PDM Non-Member Ticket

$20.00 Student Ticket

Documents

VENDOR PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT - ELECTRA MECCANICA