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membership, geographic area and business community with
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APICS is pleased to announce the official launch of the new,
streamlined APICS Certified in Production and Inventory
Management (CPIM) program. The new CPIM program requires
that candidates pass two exams instead of five! The updated
format delivers the same knowledge and skills as the legacy
program, but has been restructured to meet the learning
needs of today’s busy supply chain professionals.
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Top Five Unintended Leadership
Pitfalls, and How To
Night Joint Meeting with
March 14th, 2018
Please join us as we welcome
Goddard, Principal with Oliver Wight, on
March 14th at Montvale Plaza in Stoneham, for our Top
Management/Leadership Night, held jointly with Boston APICS.
After 20 years working with executive
teams to achieve Class A performance, there are some classic
mistakes David has encountered, regardless of industry.
During this presentation, he'll walk through the top five leadership
challenges, recognize the part we have all played in making
similar decisions or directions, and then talk through how
successful companies manage their way through to better
It is not his intent to point
the finger at anyone in this presentation; rather let’s take
a moment to laugh at ourselves a little bit, and then talk
through the reality of the situations.
Plant Tour UMass Lowell/Electioin of Officers