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Solutions for Supply Chain ∙ Labor ∙ Warehousing ∙ Transportation     What People Think IE’s Do   And a Look at What You C...
What Does an IE Really Do?Let’s take a look at what some people               think I do…               March 3, 2012
What My Friends Think I Do           March 3, 2012
What Other Engineers Thinks I Do              March 3, 2012
What My Mom Thinks I Do         March 3, 2012
What My Boss Thinks I Do          March 3, 2012
What My Daughter Thinks I Do            March 3, 2012
What Society Thinks I Do          March 3, 2012
What I Want To Do      March 3, 2012
What I Think I Do      March 3, 2012
What I Really Do      March 3, 2012
So Does IE have a branding issue?• What does Industrial Engineering really mean?• Is there a primary role for IE’s within ...
Okay....so what’s that mean to    the future graduate?       Know any famous IE’s?              March 3, 2012
Where IE’s Are Now                         Timothy D. Cook                         CEO, Apple                         BSIE...
The Path to a CEO roleFrom Spencer Stuart, a research firm that annually looks at the background and experience of CEO’s o...
The DNA of one IE’s Career  Cooperative    • Manufacturing Engineer (turbine generators)    Education    • Engineering Con...
Who We AreOpen Sky specializes in • Founded in 2006services and support    • Over 300 projectsfor Supply Chain          co...
How We Add Value     Open Sky’s experienced consultants     help clients get the most from their     software, people and ...
Where We Add Value                  • Operations Analysis & Improvement                  • Organizational & Operational Re...
Select Open Sky Clients         March 3, 2012
The Supply Chain  Copyright @2010 Logistics ManagementLet’s look at just a portion of the Supply Chain  where an Industria...
Operations Management                                                               Staffing & Planning                   ...
Typical Supply Chain Projects• Network Design / Inventory Optimization• Facility Design & Automation• Evaluation, Selectio...
Supply Chain Engineering ServicesOur focus is on supply chain process & peopleThe goal is helping clients taking direct AI...
Engineering Service OfferingsStrategic & Operational            Workforce & Labor             Labor Management      Consul...
What Results We Bring Clients            • “Agile scrum” approach to              engineering with a proven              r...
How We Do It      Through a proven “AIMs” methodologyOur assessments will help identify the right improvements, match the ...
A Look at Labor Management                   Improve           Measure                Sustain  Assess  Current State      ...
Path to Continuous Improvement                                CMI                              Programs                   ...
Typical Labor Management Project              March 3, 2012
Career Considerations•   Think beyond salary•   Save/make your company 3 times your salary•   Make the decision for today,...
Thank you for your time!               Brian C. Lindenmeyer              Managing Director, Engineering Services          ...
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IIE Midwest Region 6 Conference Lunch Keynote Presentation

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  1. 1. Solutions for Supply Chain ∙ Labor ∙ Warehousing ∙ Transportation What People Think IE’s Do And a Look at What You Can Do March 3, 2012
  2. 2. What Does an IE Really Do?Let’s take a look at what some people think I do… March 3, 2012
  3. 3. What My Friends Think I Do March 3, 2012
  4. 4. What Other Engineers Thinks I Do March 3, 2012
  5. 5. What My Mom Thinks I Do March 3, 2012
  6. 6. What My Boss Thinks I Do March 3, 2012
  7. 7. What My Daughter Thinks I Do March 3, 2012
  8. 8. What Society Thinks I Do March 3, 2012
  9. 9. What I Want To Do March 3, 2012
  10. 10. What I Think I Do March 3, 2012
  11. 11. What I Really Do March 3, 2012
  12. 12. So Does IE have a branding issue?• What does Industrial Engineering really mean?• Is there a primary role for IE’s within industries?• Do IE’s really have more career opportunities? March 3, 2012
  13. 13. Okay....so what’s that mean to the future graduate? Know any famous IE’s? March 3, 2012
  14. 14. Where IE’s Are Now Timothy D. Cook CEO, Apple BSIE, Auburn University 1982 Michael (Mike) T. Duke CEO, WalmartBSIE, Georgia Institute of Technology 1971 March 3, 2012
  15. 15. The Path to a CEO roleFrom Spencer Stuart, a research firm that annually looks at the background and experience of CEO’s of S&P 500 companies March 3, 2012
  16. 16. The DNA of one IE’s Career Cooperative • Manufacturing Engineer (turbine generators) Education • Engineering Consultant (time study software) • Industrial Engineer (power tools)Manufacturing • Asst. Project Mgr. (food service equipment) Distribution • Project Manager (retail salons and products) Software • Senior Engineer->Senior Manager->Director Systems (supply chain software) • Senior Manager ->Account Executive- Consulting >Practice Director (3rd party integrator) • Managing Director (The Open Sky Group) March 3, 2012
  17. 17. Who We AreOpen Sky specializes in • Founded in 2006services and support • Over 300 projectsfor Supply Chain completedExecution software. • Steady growth averaging 20% / yearWe strive every day tobe the best consultingpartner on the planet. March 3, 2012
  18. 18. How We Add Value Open Sky’s experienced consultants help clients get the most from their software, people and processes through a complete cycle of services for Supply Chain Execution Systems: – Engineering – Implementation & Integration – Technical – Support March 3, 2012
  19. 19. Where We Add Value • Operations Analysis & Improvement • Organizational & Operational Readiness • Software Evaluation & Selection Engineering • Workforce & Labor Consulting • Engineered Labor Standards • Slotting & Replenishment Optimization • Warehouse, Labor & Transportation Management • Program / Project ManagementImplementation • Documentation & Integration • Testing • Integration of Material Handling Equipment • Software Enhancements & Upgrades Technical & • Training Support • Integration to ERP and other Software Systems • Production Support March 3, 2012
  20. 20. Select Open Sky Clients March 3, 2012
  21. 21. The Supply Chain Copyright @2010 Logistics ManagementLet’s look at just a portion of the Supply Chain where an Industrial Engineer might work March 3, 2012
  22. 22. Operations Management Staffing & Planning Compensation / Incentives People Change Mgt. / Training SOPs / Methods Inventory Management Order Fulfillment & Mgt.March 3, 2012 Process Freight Mgt. / Routing Facility Design MHE / Automation Distribution / Transportation Software Systems Where an IE impacts Logistics Equipment Transportation Systems
  23. 23. Typical Supply Chain Projects• Network Design / Inventory Optimization• Facility Design & Automation• Evaluation, Selection, Design & Implementation: – Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) – Labor Management Systems (LMS) – Transportation Management Systems (TMS)• Simulation & Modeling March 3, 2012
  24. 24. Supply Chain Engineering ServicesOur focus is on supply chain process & peopleThe goal is helping clients taking direct AIM at sustainable results that improve the bottom line, with a rapid return on investment March 3, 2012
  25. 25. Engineering Service OfferingsStrategic & Operational Workforce & Labor Labor Management Consulting Consulting Implementation• Assessments • Best Practices & Methods Design, Configuration, Imple • SOPs mentation, Integration &• Software/Technology • Work Instructions Support for: Evaluation & Selection • Preferred Methods • LMS / WFM• Organizational & • Engineered Labor Standards Implementations: Operational Readiness • Time Study • Staffing & Forecasting• Slotting & Replenishment • Pre-determined • Simulation & Modeling Optimization • Work-sampling / • Slotting Integration StatisticalThrough partnerships: • Reporting, Dashboards & • Activity-based Costing Analytics• Network / Inv. Strategy • Compensation & Incentives • Time & Attendance• MHE Design & Installation • Union Arbitration Support • Payroll & Incentives• Strategic & Master Planning March 3, 2012
  26. 26. What Results We Bring Clients • “Agile scrum” approach to engineering with a proven readiness program • Project that yield: – 15-25% productivity increase – 3-10+% in safety and quality • Results that yield: – Savings in as little as 3 months – ROI routinely under 12 months March 3, 2012
  27. 27. How We Do It Through a proven “AIMs” methodologyOur assessments will help identify the right improvements, match the solution and/or measure the future state, and support and sustain unleashing the hidden efficiency in your supply chain March 3, 2012
  28. 28. A Look at Labor Management Improve Measure Sustain Assess Current State Implement Metrics & Long-Term Evaluation Future State Standards Success Baseline Document best Establish Develop methods and practices and metrics for support processes preferred direct and program for Evaluate methods indirect continuous and organization Define functions measureable appropriate Increase improvement Align with future state coaching and visibility and Alignment of requirements feedback reporting people with systems Improve process and accountability technologies March 3, 2012
  29. 29. Path to Continuous Improvement CMI Programs Technology Optimization Equipment Process Labor Optimization Optimization Optimization Leadership Development / Learning Management Organizational & Operational Readiness (Change Management) Organizational & Operational Assessment March 3, 2012
  30. 30. Typical Labor Management Project March 3, 2012
  31. 31. Career Considerations• Think beyond salary• Save/make your company 3 times your salary• Make the decision for today, not “what-if”• Replace yourself One thing is for certain, the first job you take will not be your last… A CEO position just may be in your future! March 3, 2012
  32. 32. Thank you for your time! Brian C. Lindenmeyer Managing Director, Engineering Services brian.lindenmeyer@openskygroup.comSolutions for Supply Chain ∙ Labor ∙ Warehousing ∙ Transportation March 3, 2012
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