Rutgers Mini-MBA™: Supply Chain In A Digitized Network

Rutgers Mini-MBA™: Supply Chain In A Digitized Network
Event on 2017-05-22 08:30:00
The Mini-MBA™: Supply Chain in a Digitized Network is designed for experienced Supply Chain Leaders and Emerging Supply Chain Leaders proactively seeking to understand the massive shift and impact digital innovations and technology will have on the Supply Chain industry. Every industry is ripe for digital disruption and Supply Chain is no exception. Innovation and technology is at the core of every business revolution and so it must be with your Supply Chain. This program is designed for those who aspire to embrace new technology and lead innovation in the organizational structure (e.g., talent, globalization, mergers & acquisitions, financial drivers, Centers of Excellence), technology (e.g., Internet of Things, Machine to Machine technology, Robotics, Omni-Channel Enhanced Customer Experiences, digital manufacturing) and processes (e.g., predictive analysis, advanced analytics, cloud computing, risk mitigation, procurement, fulfillment, lean and green principles). Progressive companies and leaders need to reexamine their current business models to maximize supply chain effectiveness, capture the essential technological capabilities required to enable high performing teams to proactively stay ahead of the competition. SEE FULL PROGRAM INFORMATION HERE Pricing: Full Retail: 95 Our full retail price including full five days training, break and lunch meals, and access to course materials Group Price: 95 Group price is available for 3 or more registrations at the same time, includes full five days training, all meals & access to course materials Alumni pricing: 5 Includes everything offered at full retail price at a special price for Rutgers EMBA Students & Rutgers Business School Alumni. This is part of Rutgers' commitment to Lifelong Learning! Program Benefits The Mini-MBA™: Supply Chain in a Digitized Network certificate program, will be led by a team of top industry experts and faculty and will present a new business model for Supply Chain in a Digitized Network. Through case studies, interactive sessions, and class exercises, participants will learn about the latest research, future trends and best practices in the industry.  Key Topics Include: Developing New Perspectives in Supply Chain Understanding the impact of Global Economics Big Data: Enhancing compliance and decision-making in the digitised supply chain Creating an Omni-Channel Customer Experience Global Agility Rethinking Supply Chains Through Technology Building Resilient Organizations Leading Teams through digitisation initiatives Managing Change in a Global Digitized Supply Chain Mini-MBA™: Supply Chain Capstone Click on the link below to see faculty and additional benefits. SEE FULL PROGRAM INFORMATION HERE

at Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific
1 Keong Saik Rd
Singapore, Singapore

FutureLeague Spring Tournament

FutureLeague Spring Tournament
Event on 2017-04-22 13:00:00
Overview FutureLeague LEGO Robotics introduces kids, ages 9 to 14 (grades 4–8), to the fun and excitement of science and technology through year-round programs and competitions. This gives kids more more opportunities to continue developing their skills, in addition to other events they may be taking part in, such as FLL, WRO, or Robofest. FutureLeague is a San Francisco-based startup that teaches kids about coding and engineering through progressive, project-based courses. There will be three parts to the Spring Tournament: Robot Missions – based on FLL Fall 2016 challenge field kit Project Expo – projects based on FLL Fall 2016 challenge Critical Thinking Team Challenge Competition Robot Missions Kids will build, test, and program an autonomous robot using LEGO Mindstorms technology to solve a set of missions. Each mission has a different point value, so participants will have to make critical decisions about which ones to go after, taking into account the likelihood of success, time involved, and point values. Project Expo Teams will participate in an open exhibition to share their robot design strategy, as well as the innovative solution they developed for the Fall FLL competition. Each team will be given a set time to exhibit while a panel of judges goes around to each team to ask questions about their process. The purpose of this open event is to allow each team to show off their hard work, practice their presentation skills, and share their solutions with the rest of the community. This way, kids can get learn and get inspired by how other teams approached similar challenges in completely different ways. Critical Thinking Team Challenge The team challenge is a one hour engineering and design-thinking activity that will take place on-site during the day of the competition. It will not involve programming or any specific technical skills. Instead, the challenge will be a surprise so that participants can display their teamwork and critical thinking skills with little advanced preparation. Award Ceremony At the end of the event there will be a brief trophy presentation, followed by category-specific presentations to highlight teams that stood out in each of the three competition areas. Winners in each area will be given the opportunity to share their work in a non-judged, interview-style format, so that everyone can continue to learn from each other.

at GitHub HQ
548 4th St
San Francisco, United States

SCC College for All Kids spring break camps now enrolling

SCC College for All Kids spring break camps now enrolling
Event on 2017-03-18 08:00:00
WHAT: College for All Kids Spring Break Camps
WHEN: March 13-16 and March 20-24, 2017
WHERE: St. Charles Community College, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in Cottleville
COST: -5
CONTACT INFO: 636-922-8233


SCC College for All Kids spring break camps now enrolling

St. Charles Community College will host College for All Kids spring break camps for children, ages 7-14 during the weeks of March 13-16 and March 20-24.

College for All Kids Spring Break Camps provide hands-on exploration in a positive and fun learning environment.

This year SCC is partnering with Cupcake Amore in O’Fallon to offer Cupcake War camps based on the popular Food Network television show. Students will be able to work in a professional bakery and design a new cupcake theme each day. In this camp, delicious cupcakes will go home each day with students, as well as a Wilton Cupcake Decorating kit that can be used to continue new skills at home. The Cupcake War camp is for ages 7-14 and is being held March 13-16 and March 20-24. This camp costs 5.

SCC is also partnering with Art Glass Array in St. Charles to offer a Glass Around the World camp where students will learn about glass techniques made famous in Italy, Spain, the United States and Ireland to make their own versions of beautiful, stained glass mosaics and fused glass. The Glass Around the World camp is for ages 7-11 and is being held March 13-16. This camp costs 9.

Other camps offered include: Digital Photography (ages 9-13), Cougar Cheer Camp (ages 5-7) and LEGO Robotics Engineering (ages 8-11).

The cost for camps ranges from -5. To register or learn more about the spring break camp schedule and pricing, visit For more information, call 636-922-8233.

at Saint Charles Community College
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr
Saint Peters, United States

Audible presents Fresh Voices of Stand-Up with Vince Caldera, Jeremiah Coughlan, Phil Griffiths, Natasha Muse

Audible presents Fresh Voices of Stand-Up with Vince Caldera, Jeremiah Coughlan, Phil Griffiths, Natasha Muse
Event on 2017-01-28 19:30:00

Phil Griffiths

Phil is a comedian in the Bay Area with dry, slightly off observations on fatherhood in the 21st Century. As far as mid-life crisis go, my wife stacks my career in stand up comedy as "better than a drug addiction but worse than him having a mistress." I was a finalist in the 2013 & 2014 Rooster T. Feathers New Talent Competition and recently performed in the 2014 Santa Cruz Comedy Festival.

Follow me @philofcomedy
Natasha Muse

Natasha Muse is the C3P0 of San Francisco comedy: she's been mistaken for a golden god but in reality she's a bumbling gay robot. SF Weekly declared her the "Funniest Tranny in SF." She's a member of the stand-up collective the Business; has been in such comedy festivals as the SF Sketchfest and Bridgetown; and is a regular at the SF Punchline, Cobb's Comedy Club and Doc's Lab.
Natasha's comedy is so good it's not even funny.
Jules Posner

Jules Posner is like if the cool older kid who used to buy you beer ended up becoming a comedian instead of a meth dealer. The most relaxed man in California, Jules mixes laid-back observations, laid-back riffing and laid-back flannel shirts into an act that has won him constant bookings at every major comedy club in the Bay Area. He is one of those comics whose writing and delivery make standup seem like it's just a funny person talking off the top of their head. Reality isn't far behind the illusion; his riffing paces his written material in quality.

Jules has been featured on's No Drink Minimum and's Road Trip on Hulu. He also performs regularly at SF Sketchfest, is a member of The Business, and was named "not a poser" by Skateboard Magazine's "are you a poser" quiz. When he's not doing comedy, Jules enjoys keeping it real.
JoAnn Schinderle

JoAnn Schinderle hails from the upper Midwest and despite being a Portlander now, will probably never lose her "hot dish" accent. (Hot Dish ingredients include but are not limited to: Beef, noodles, cream of mushroom soup, tater tots, and an iron clad stomach).

JoAnn was recently a finalist in Portland's Funniest Person Contest 2015 and has performed across the country in such festivals as Bumbershoot, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Chicago Comedy Exposition, SF Sketchfest ('16,'15,'14), Hell Yes Fest, All Jane No Dick Comedy Festival ('13,'14), Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, as well as having won multiple rounds of Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction. Schinderle has been known to win crowds over with her pervy charm. JoAnn also had the honor of opening for Lena Dunham on her 'Not That Kind of Girl' book tour in a sold out show at Portland's Newmark Theatre.

As a working stand-up at Helium Comedy Club- Portland, her humor is relatable, snarky, and has a storytelling style that will make you feel like she's your best friend letting you in on a secret. Also trained as an improvisor through courses at Second City Training Center and Curious Comedy Theater, JoAnn creates big characters and will "yes and" the shit out of you. JoAnn has appeared on Rooftop Comedy, Fight Stigma Web Series, and is a contributing writer for Laugh Staff. She also hosts, curates, and produces a weekly showcase called Control Yourself: A Showcase of Funny, which has been featured as 'Top 5 Portland Comedy Showcases to Watch' 2years running by the Willamette Week. Control Yourself (which was also featured in Paste Magazine) runs every Sunday at Alberta Street Pub in NE Portland.

If you enjoy friendly banter you can follow JoAnn on twitter @joannlizabeth
Kaseem Bentley

Named SF Weekly Best of Award Winner for "Racial Humor You Don't Feel Guilty Laughing At" and one of the Bay Area's "Top 5 Comedians to Watch" by the San Jose Mercury News and Kaseem Bentley is an African American insult comic from San Francisco. Growing up with his 'hardcore class clown' father and mom that was like a tough Claire Huxtable Kaseem developed his no-holds-barred comedic style that made friends and co-workers always laugh. After years of procrastinating he finally tried stand up in 2006 and has been steadily making a name for himself in the Bay Area. Known as the "The funniest comic at the worst show" he works at the SF Punchline, Cobb's, Doc's Lab, countless bars and b rooms. He has also had the pleasure and honor of performing at The San Francisco Comedy & Burrito Festival as well as SF Sketchfest.

at Doc’s Lab
124 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, United States