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    Introduce yourself (Part II)!

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    Hello all! Soon after we launched IISE Connect in late 2017, we asked our members to introduce themselves on this great new platform. We since had hundreds of responses, which has been terrific for networking, building our digital community and ...

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    Hi all My name is Alvarez, I am Industrial Engineer graduated in 2007, I am from Cameroon and moved to USA since 2015 ------------------------------ Alvarez Nzoundja Duncanville TX ------------------------------

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    Hello everyone, My name is Jonathan Moreno and I'm an Industrial Engineering student at Texas Tech University. I'm looking forward to making new connections with all my fellow IISE members and learning from you all. Regards, Jonathan Moreno ------------------------------ ...

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    Hello,  My name is Juan Luis Gutierrez. I am a second year student of Industrial engineering at Private University of the North in Trujillo, Peru. I look forward to meet and share information with fellow students, professionals, teachers and all the members ...

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    Introduction

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    Hello! My name is Tina Woodard and I recently joined IISE. I am looking forward to connecting with and learning from this community of professionals. I earned a BSIE and MHRD at Clemson University and a doctorate in Adult Education at UGA. Yes, I am a ...

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    Hello fellow IISE members! My name is Paul Maurel and I recently joined IISE. Looking forward to attending the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma conference in Atlanta next week! Feel free to connect with me, as I hope I can meet some of you in person there. ...

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    Hello, my name is Luis A. Marquez-Calleros. I am currently a student of The University of Texas at El Paso. I am intesrested in systems and manufacturing engineering and looking for an intership to keep learning more about it. Nice to meet you all! ...

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  • Hurry Up. The time is NOW for ELSS and VCF.  You don’t want to miss out!   Engineering Lean and Six Sigma (ELSS) Conference: Sept. 24-26 in Atlanta ( www.iise.org/LeanSixSigma )   Student Virtual Career Fair (VCF): Sept. 26, 1-4 p.m. EDT ( http:// bit.ly/IISE-VCF )   Let’s usher in fall, which begins Sept. 22, by taking advantage of these fantastic opportunities. Take a fresh approach to your professional pursuits and ensure you’re staying on top of trends. ...

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  • A classic Peter Drucker quote is “What gets measured, get managed.” A quote attributed to W. Edwards Deming is “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” Big Data attempts to collect as much information as possible in the hope that the data can be used to make better decision. However, you will still fail if you don’t ask the right questions, give information to the wrong people, fail to give it to the right people at the right time or waste time trying to make sense of it all. Many enterprises ...

  • Software quality is not necessarily measured by the sheer number of features. The only relationship between the two is a few metrics that measure quality by the number of features or modules of code and the number of defects. In that regard, adding a few features that work (or classifying a few operations as features) improves the quality of the software because the number or percent of defects declines, assuming what you add works. Increasing the number of features does not necessarily improve ...

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  • Penn State partners with IISE to create new service engineering award

    The Service Enterprise Engineering Advisory Board within the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering has partnered with the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) to develop an international award that celebrates outstanding innovation in service systems engineering. The IISE Outstanding Service Systems Innovation Award is designed to recognize organizations for the development of innovative techniques that improve the performance of service industries. There are two award categories: industry and academia.
  • Sign up now for key September events

    Your opportunity to connect, advance and learn is coming up fast and furious. Make sure to register today. ---  1. Engineering Lean & Six Sigma (ELSS) Conference in Atlanta Sept. 24-26 www.iise.org/LeanSixSigma ---  2. Virtual Student Career Fair Sept. 26, 1-4 p.m. EDT Students: Meet recruiters in real-time to share your experience and discuss opportunities. Free registration! Employers: Discover new talent and refresh your recruitment pipeline. IISE Corporate Partner members get a free virtual booth on a limited basis. bit.ly/IISE-VCF
  • Catch ’em: Two Webinars This Week on Careers and Ergonomics

    1. Senior ISE Leaders Share Learnings from Career and Life Choicepoints Presented by Columbus, OH Chapter, CISE, Young Professionals - OPEN TO ALL Sept. 6, 12 p.m. Eastern time ***  2. The Fatigue Phenomenon® Presented by Applied Ergonomics Conference (AEC) Committee and sponsored by Applied Ergonomics Society (AES) - OPEN TO ALL Sept. 6, 2 p.m. Eastern time

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