Career and Life Choice Points

Tuesday, Jan. 23, 12 p.m. Eastern time | Register now

Presenters: David Poirier, The Poirier Group; Michael Mueller, John Deere; and Rudy Santacroce, CallisonRTKL, Dallas
Moderator: Scott Sink, Ph.D., The Ohio State University 

Lunch and Learn  Webinar Series

By member request, CISE offered a webinar on September 12 that focused on this topic presented by Joan Tafoya with Intel, Steve Savoie with GM and Scott Sink with OSU. CISE feels that this offering has extended value for our members and so we want to "cookie cut" the model by hosting this series for CISE members.  

David Poirier is a senior executive and accomplished leader who creates and executes operational strategies, business transformation and process improvements which positively impact the organization. A dynamic and visionary leader with the ability to create and translate strategic roadmaps into actionable goals that influence organizations, Poirier brings the required balance between improved business processes and building human alignment to effectively create change. He thrives in running global multiple divisions in complex and ever-changing business environments, effecting positive cultural shifts that impact bottom line performance.

Michael Mueller is the enterprise manager for manufacturing design located at the John Deere World Headquarters in Moline, Illinois. In this role, he manages and owns the enterprise manufacturing design process for introducing new products globally. He is responsible for supporting the manufacturing organization with tools, processes, developing training and coaching for execution of the process.   

Rudy Santacroce is a vice president at CallisonRTKL Dallas with more than 20 years of engineering, lean and Six Sigma process improvement expertise. As a recognized author and industry leader, he oversees the firm’s Operational Excellence Group, focusing on advancing CallisonRTKL’s ability to identify value-added impact for healthcare facilities. Santacroce has vast experience in increasing operating room efficiency, reducing emergency department door-to-provider time and decreasing patient length of stay.