Upcoming Webinars

IISE webinars are FREE one-hour presentations by knowledgeable professionals and experienced volunteers who provide deeper insight into topics and issues involving industrial and systems engineers and ISE-related disciplines.

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IISE will award continuing education units (CEUs) if you attend the entire webinar. Send your request to IISE customer service at cs@iise.org.

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

Webinar Recordings

Career and Life Choicepoints Reflection by Highly Successful ISEs

An IISE Performance Excellence Webinar
11:30 a.m. ET Oct. 4
Presenters: Jim Tompkins, chairman and founder, Tompkins Ventures; Gabriel Burnett, director and chief industrial engineer, Boeing

This is another personal and professional development offering from IISE that focuses on interviews with highly successful ISEs.

Our presenters will share learnings, lessons and tips for our ISE students, young professionals and career professionals. We will entertain questions dynamically via the chat mode on Zoom. These sessions are fun and very insightful, and a rare opportunity to learn from highly successful ISE leaders.

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Business Process Management 4.0/5.0: Visions and Migration Strategies Perspectives and Points of View

An IISE Performance Excellence Webinar
11:30 a.m. ET Oct. 6

On the heels of our two webinars, "Insightful Leadership to Achieve Organizational Excellence" and "How to Achieve Resilience in your Efforts to Rapidly Improve Productivity in Periods of Economic Disruption," Scott Sink, Jared Frederici and Jim Dobson will share their perspectives on roadmaps to what’s called BPM 4.0 and then 5.0 (integrating in culture, people, extended networks into the equation).

Organizations have changed and are morphing rapidly. Understanding how to create migration strategies to evolve to 4.0/5.0 is important and will be the focus of this webinar.

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Lean Process Improvements and Project Delivery Initiatives at Massachusetts Port Authority

Presented by the IISE Sustainable Development Division
2:30 p.m. ET Oct. 20

Presenter: Luciana Burdi, Director for Capital Programs and Environmental Affairs for the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport).

MassPort is a state authority responsible for three airports including Logan International Airport, four maritime facilities as well as real estate in Boston. MassPort has been a leading advocate for the implementation of Lean Engineering and Construction. They have also implemented lean process improvements in their internal operations. In 2022, they received the Excellence in Sustainable Development Award from the Sustainable Development Division. This webinar will provide a overview of the lean process improvements that were implemented and the results and impact of their improvements on the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. MassPort’s efforts had a direct impact on Goal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, and Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities and indirect impacts on several other goals.

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Huddles 201: Designing, Developing and Deploying Huddles to suppor Enterprise Transformations—A Retail Case Study

11:30 a.m. ET Oct. 21
Presenter: Peter Hunter, director of training/development and organizational change for Peavey Industries LP

Lean and agile are inextricably interwoven with employee engagement and empowerment. The concept and method of scrums or huddles is spreading rapidly, evolving into all aspects of organizational and operational excellence efforts.

Peter Hunter will share Peavey’s journey with huddles from start right up to where they are now.

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Data Sciences 101: The Science Behind Data Sciences

11 a.m. ET Nov. 9
Presenter: Edd Biddle, UKI technical principle, IBM Expert Labs

This webinar focuses on how best to approach data science projects by performing a deep dive into a well established methodology called CRISP-DM (Cross Industry Standard Process for Data Mining). Attendees will learn the importance of business understanding, data understanding and data preparation. Get these tasks right and the rest of the process of modelling, evaluation and deployment are much more likely to be successful. Fast track or skip them, the follow-on tasks will lack focus and failure will be more likely.

The lecture will then look at the different data science models available and provide some guidance over how to select the most appropriate model, how to tune and how to optimize. Finally, the lecture looks at model evaluation and deployment considerations.

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