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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Corporate Social Responsibility, Valley View, OH

The traditional assets of any business include human capital, property, plant, equipment, and the customer base. Organizations continue to learn that business assets also include their global impact, their reputation, their interaction with ALL stakeholders, their ability to leverage resources in a sustainable context, and several other non-traditional assets.

Companies are increasingly adopting socially responsible business practices based on sustainable development to ensure efficiency, stimulate innovation, and create top-line growth. The “sustainable lean” approach and the Continuous Improvement Model (evolved from Francis Bacon, Walter Shewhart and W. Edwards Deming) provide an excellent framework for including corporate social responsibility in the business vision as well as the daily practice. This "new" approach to business must have total commitment in the “C-Suite” and reach into every area of the organization to ensure that corporate goals and objectives are aligned. Continue the discovery process of implementing corporate social responsibility by attending the AIChE Sept. 22 Meeting.

Speaker: Marc Kelemen

Marc Kelemen is a visionary team leader and a ccomplished engineering manager with a proven 30 year record of profitably implementing transformational technologies from ideation to commercialization on four continents. Marc combines a passion for corporate social responsibility with his skills in nanotechnology, work force development, quality management and quality auditing to improve the profitability and productivity of international operations. His diverse expertise includes lean manufacturing, global phase-gate protocol, sustainability, ISO assessments and systematic problem solving.

Marc graduated from Case Western Reserve University with BS in Chemical Engineering and earned an MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College. He completed graduate work at Purdue University, North Carolina State University and Case Western Reserve University.

Marc is a Kepner-Tregoe Facilitator and holds ASQ Certifications as a Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence as well as a Quality Auditor. He is a named inventor on six international patents and has developed and delivered training for quality professionals, attorneys and the skilled trades.

Marc currently is a Director for the American Society for Quality (ASQ) 2006-2012 and has been particularly involved in the nanotechnology body of knowledge (BoK), The Learning Institute, and Corporate Social Responsibility (ISO 26000). He also serves on the Board of Directors of several Non-Profit organizations. As President of NanoSynopsis, LLC, Marc orchestrates strategy development and deployment, problem solving, decision making, auditing, cGMP and lean process development in nanoscale, MEMS, medical and traditional businesses. Marc’s most recent adventures include lean sustainability in Brazil, investigative forensics in Singapore and autonomous care / lean deployment in the People’s Republic of China.

Location

Hoggy’s Valley View
5975 Canal Rd.
Valley View, OH 44125
216.328.9871

www.hoggys.com

Time

5:30 – 6:00 Cash Bar
6:00 – 7:00 Dinner
7:00 – 8:00 Presentatio