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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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    Introduce Myself

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    Hello IISE Members, I am currently pursuing a Master's degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from San Jose State University. I have joined this fall. I am excited to join this organization. And looking forward to making new connections and network ...

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    Hello everyone, After receiving an email from Mr. Brandt to introduce myself to other members, I decided to take this step and to experience something new, and I thank Mr. Brandt for that. My name is Marwan Albeer, an industrial engineering student at ...

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    Good morning my name is Henry good to hear from all of you. Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android ------Original Message------ Good day, My name is Jeanbat Busisi, a senior student and President of IISE-Student Chapter at Arizona State University. ...

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    RE: Introduce yourself (Part II)!

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    Good Day Everyone! I'm Enkhsaikhan "EK" Boldsaikhan.  Just joined the group.  Thanks, ------------------------------ Enkhsaikhan Boldsaikhan Assistant Professor Industrial, Systems, and Manufacturing Engineering Wichita State University Wichita, Kansas ...

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    RE: Introduce yourself (Part II)!

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    Good day, My name is Jeanbat Busisi, a senior student and President of IISE-Student Chapter at Arizona State University. I have been on this platform for a while now, a little over 5 months, though I had not introduced myself. I am an international student ...

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    Hi! My name is Nandini Kuntamukkula and I am a student at The Unversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I am studying Industrial Engineering and I'm really just excited to learn everything I can about the industry and gain some experience in the field. ...

Recent Blogs

  • A couple of weeks ago, I wrote that I was headed to Atlanta for our fall meeting of the IISE Board of Trustees (BOT). Following up on my last blog , let me bring you up to speed. We held a very spirited and in-depth meeting over a day-and-a-half though our agenda was not association business as usual.   The bulk of the meeting was dedicated to kicking off strategic discussions facilitated by Paul Odomirok of Performance Excellence Associates. Along with IISE management staff and guests ...

  • I remember a story from and by Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, about the language shift of the 1990s. Many of the buzz words for management trends shifted to clearer and more pragmatic terms, as one manager said, they were uncertain who was feeding ideas to Dilbert and were afraid that what they said in the meeting would be mocked in the next comic. I’ve found a number of lessons for industrial engineers from Dilbert. We’ll start with the titles of some of his comic books. “I’m No Scientist, But ...

  • I’m headed to Atlanta this week to join my fellow members on the IISE Board of Trustees for our fall meeting at the IISE headquarters, one of several meetings during the year by phone and in person. In preparation, I’ve poured over meeting materials and highlighted sections of the book Race for Relevance, our recommended reading for this session.   Race for Relevance – 5 Radical Changes for Associations by Harrison Coerver and Mary Byers, CAE, will help set our frame of reference, ...

Announcements

  • New alignment of regional and international operations

    IISE announces the North American Operations Board (NAOB) and the International Operations Board (IOB) – approved during a recent meeting of the Board of Trustees (BOT). Learn more about these developments, strategic planning and other board agenda items discussed by IISE President Tim McGlothlin in his recent blog.
  • Exciting NEW award recognizes students, teams

    The IISE Outstanding Capstone Senior Design Project Award is now available with applications due by April 12, 2019. Sponsored by The Council on Industrial and Systems Engineering (CISE), Virginia Tech Grado Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and The Ohio State University Department of Integrated Systems Engineering (Scott and Beatrice Sink Giving Accounts), this award recognizes individual students or teams that have applied ISE knowledge and skills to significantly impact an organization. Recognition and rewards include monetary awards, first-year IISE memberships and recognition ...
  • 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.

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