Moving the Needle: Transformational Change that Makes an Impact

Moving the Needle – Organizational Change that Makes an Impact

Real-life stories of change … a Free Expert Insights Seminar

Metro State and North Hennepin invite you to hear how organizations
 in the Twin Cities are moving the needle with impactful change
 at the enterprise level. 
Learn from a panel of business professionals who have orchestrated transformational change, featuring:

Linda Mofle
VP of Sales and Service
US Foods, Plymouth, MN

Learn how Linda used the experience she gained rolling out Harry Potter for Amazon to help transform a US Foods call center staff from pure order-takers and distribution into customer-focused problem-solvers, poised to spot emerging sales channels.

— Linda is a member of the North Hennepin Business Advisory Board and a focus group member for professional development courses at Metro State.

Lance Olson
Plant Manager, ConAgra Foods, Maple Grove, MN

Hear how Lance applied his experience as press operator, supervisor, and production manager to help his leadership team transform a culture of “punch-the-clock-and-do-my-time” to one of “I have the resources I need to make a difference” at the ConAgra Foods Maple Grove, Minnesota plant.

— Lance is an alumni of North Hennepin and Metro State, and supports ConAgra employees in serving on focus groups for professional development programs at Metro State.

Shari Vigliaturo
Process Engineering Director, Olympus Surgical Technologies America
Brooklyn Park, MN

Shari will share lessons learned when her team implemented SAP software to successfully foster the ability to take a sales order from custom design and engineering to the production floor in just one day. She’ll recount the problems that she and her implementation team encountered, and the solutions they used.

— Shari is an advisor for the professional development certificates at Metro State University, including SAP/ERP Implementation, Change Management, and Business Analysis.

FREE Expert Insights Seminar
3:30 – 5 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016
Grand Hall, Center for Business and Technology, North Hennepin Community College, 7411 85th Avenue North
Brooklyn Park, MN