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. 

Cutting Culture to its Core

Presented by GOErgo AEC Conference Committee - OPEN TO ALL
This webinar will only be available for viewing on the scheduled date.
Oct. 5 | 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Brock Anderson, ergonomics program manager, Coca-Cola Refreshments

Whether starting a participatory ergonomic program or improving existing initiatives, it is imperative to provide a clear vision, holistic framework and develop specific resources to engage employees on all levels of the business. 

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Practical Techniques to Transition from Volume to Value in Healthcare

Presented by Society for Health Systems & HSPI Conference - OPEN TO ALL
Oct. 10 | 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: David Kashmer, M.D., surgeon, The Surgical Lab

Presentation describes practical techniques that assist with transitioning to improved quality and value in healthcare. Each technique is shared with implementation stories based on the presenter’s experience as a Master Black Belt in the field.

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How to Write Conference Presentation Objectives

Presented by IISE and University of Georgia
Oct. 19 | 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Robert Maribe Branch, Ed.D, professor, University of Georgia

The purpose of a learning objective is to specify a measurable performance. Learning objectives are what the presenter wants his or her participants to learn because of the conference presentation.  A learning objective provides a way to judge when a specific desired performance has been attained.

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Supply Chain Risk Insights Powered by Watson

Presented by Logistics and Supply Chain Division
Oct. 24 | 2 p.m. Eastern time 

Presenters: Tom Ward and Rahul Nahar, IBM Cognitive Enterprise

How do supply chain leaders know when to take costly, risk-mitigating actions to recover from the impact of a natural event (i.e. a hurricane or earthquake), and when can they simply take caution without action?

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Career Benefits through Non-profit Leadership

Presented by Sustainable Development Division
Oct. 26 | 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenter: Joel Brock, senior manager, West Monroe Partners

This presentation will outline the author’s background with non-profit organizations, illustrate the type of roles and help needed within these organizations, and show the audience the types of experience and additional skills that can be gained through working in these roles.  Finally, this presentation will discuss the impact of utilizing a professional experience to serve the greater good and provide help to community.

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The Dawn of Wearable Ergonomics - Evaluating Exoskeletons in the Field

Presented by AEC GOErgo Conference Committee - OPEN TO ALL
Nov. 2, 2 p.m. Eastern time 

Presenter: Matthew Marino, ergonomist/physical therapist, Briotix

Every day, workers report to manual material handling jobs in numerous industries. The work can be awkward, heavy, repetitive and fatiguing both physically and mentally. Humans are an integral part of these systems and risk cannot always be engineered out of their jobs. This presentation will report on our effort, data, results, experience and hopes for exoskeletons.

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