Upcoming Webinars

Thank you for your interest in IISE's webinars. These free one-hour presentations by knowledgeable professionals and experienced volunteers provide deeper insight into topics and issues involving industrial engineers and industrial engineering-related disciplines.

Most of these webinars are only accessible by IISE members. Those that are open to the public are so noted. To view many of our recordings, you may need to download this codec if the recording does not automatically start. To watch the recordings, users must be able to view Windows Media Files.

Upon request, IISE will award continuing education units (CEUs) to participants who attend the entire webinar. Send your request to cleblanc@iise.org.

IISE members and others qualified to view designated webinars can also review the webinar archive and access past presentations.

How to App – Without Knowing Code

Presented by Industry Advisory Board and Los Angeles Chapter
Oct. 16, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Karen Craig, Karen Craig Consulting

Colleges are pushing programming courses and companies are rewarding those with experience on their resume. Maybe the need isn't for programming skills but instead for the right tool. What if you could build apps that help you solve problems without knowing how to code?

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Teaching Ergonomics to a New Generation (Z)

Presented by Applied Ergonomics Conference Committee - OPEN TO ALL
Oct. 17, 3 p.m. Eastern Time

Presenters: Richard F. Sesek and Robert E. Thomas, Auburn University

Ergonomic training professionals in academia and industry are currently faced with a common challenge. Specifically, communication with younger students and employees born after 1995 and referred to by demographers as "Generation Z."

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From Engineer to Leader

Presented by IISE Training - OPEN TO ALL
Oct. 18, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Timothy J. Greene, Ph.D., professor, Western Michigan University

"To be a leader in the 21st century, a combination of communication, multitasking and inclusion is required to drive business." (Source: Forbes) This webinar will help you identify those leadership characteristics you currently have and those you want to acquire and develop. With a better understanding of your characteristics you will be a better leader. 

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Lean in Healthcare - A Personal and Professional Journey

Presented by HPSI Conference Committee and SHS  -  OPEN TO ALL
Oct. 23, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Elizabeth Warner, M.D., founder, Warner Well Being LLC

Applying lean to the American healthcare industry has been brilliantly effective, or a colossal failure, depending on where one goes to Gemba. Dr. Warner will share her personal story about becoming a healthcare leader who embraced lean thinking. Then she will translate this personal journey to advancing an organizational lean transformation.

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Sport vs. Industry "Athletes": Physical Demands and Injury Prevention Methodologies

Presented by Applied Ergonomics Conference Committee - OPEN TO ALL
Nov. 1, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Brock Anderson, founder and principle consultant, ergo-ology

Industrial professionals turned to Olympic competition and professional sports to redefine the definition of front-line associates. The phrase “industrial athletes” is a description born out of similarities in human performance and the stress-response generated by a physically demanding task. Yet, there are still enormous differences between today’s finely tuned athletes and the broad mix of employees who occupy the workaday world.

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The ISE Role in Service Systems Engineering: Service 4.0 Overview, Digital Transformation in Healthcare and Enterprise Shared Service

Presented by Chapter #1, CISE, SHS, SEMS and IAB - OPEN TO ALL
Nov. 6, 12 p.m. Eastern time

Presenters: Vittal Prabhu, Penn State University; Michael Caesar, University Health Network; David Poirier, The Poirier Group and CISE Chair
Moderator: D. Scott Sink, Ph.D., The Ohio State University

Industry 4.0 is a concept that is becoming well socialized and understood. The ISE roles in this ongoing transformation are well established. A similar transformation is occurring in Service Systems. That transformation, which some are calling Service 4.0, is less well understood and for sure the ISE role is much less well defined. The Service Systems Engineering “Community” in IISE has joined forces with Chapter No. 1 and created a series of webinars that will launch on the Nov. 6 and continue into 2019.

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The Added Value of SHS Throughout Your Career

Presented by Society for Health Systems Young Professionals - OPEN TO ALL
Nov. 8, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Ali Hobbs, healthcare analyst, Catalyst, a Haskell Company

SHS has been instrumental in the careers of healthcare professionals. No matter the specific industry (i.e., consulting, hospital operations, supply chain, etc.), SHS helps you make valuable connections and keeps you informed on current trends and research that will propel your career.

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The ABC's of Simulation

Presented by Modeling & Simulations Division
Nov. 13, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Allen G. Greenwood, Ph.D., P.E., professor emeritus, Mississippi State University

Since simulation is becoming widely used in process improvement projects, it is imperative that all stakeholders have a fundamental understanding of simulation. 

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SHS Annual Business Meeting

Presented by Society for Health Systems
Nov. 14, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenters: Dean Athanassiades, Philips Healthcare and Isaac Mitchell, DeRoyal

Society for Health Systems (SHS) president Dean Athanassiades and president-elect Isaac Mitchell will be sharing the state of the society in our annual business meeting. Please join them as they celebrate the past successes of the year and highlight upcoming activities for SHS members.

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Deviation Modeling in Additive Manufacturing Systems

Presented by Quality Control and Reliability Engineering
Nov. 27, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Arman Sabbaghi, assistant professor, Purdue University

Geometric shape deviation models constitute an important component in quality control for cyber-physical additive manufacturing (AM) systems. However, specified models have a limited scope of application across the vast spectrum of processes in a system that are characterized by different settings of process variables, and the disparate classes of shapes that are of interest for manufacture.

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Analysis of Large Heterogeneous Repairable System: Reliability Data in Big Data Environment

Presented by Data Analytics and Information Systems
Nov. 29, 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Xiao Liu, Ph.D., assistant professor, University of Arkansas

In the age of Big Data, one pressing challenge facing engineers is to perform reliability analysis for a large fleet of heterogeneous repairable systems with covariates. 

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