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1 Leadership Program Presented by Jacksonville State University Spring 2011: Class Ten

2 Mission Statement Developing leadership excellence today for superior Warfighter support tomorrow 2 ANAD Leadership and Management Program Class 10: Spring 2011

3 ANAD Participants JSU Faculty Subject Matter Review Individual Internships Group Recommendations Questions 3Class 10: Spring 2011 ANAD Leadership and Management Program Agenda

4 ANAD Leadership and Management Program Class Participants Wendy Johnson Gregory Leach Rogers Moore John Purser Keats Reynolds Wendy Walker Class 10: Spring Lacresha Brewster Tawania Brulles Jody Daniel Joe Dolinsky Ryan Freeman Vincent Grasser

5 Ten Sigma Class 10: Spring 20115

6 ANAD Leadership and Management Program JSU’s Team Ed Bellman Pat Borstorff Richard Cobb Jessie Godbey Mark Hearn Dana Ingalsbe Robert Landry Terry Marbut Hill Mayfield David Palmer Bill Scroggins 6Class 10: Spring 2011

7 ANAD Leadership and Management Program Curriculum Overview 7 Class 10: Spring 2011

8 ANAD Leadership and Management Program Business Courses Business Communication Business Strategy Financial Management Government/Industry Partnerships Human Resource Management Supply Chain Management Team Building 8 Class 10: Spring 2011

9 ANAD Leadership and Management Program Technology Courses Leadership Lean/Six Sigma Materials Management (SWOT) Organizational Behavior Production Planning Project Management Safety Management 9 Class 10: Spring 2011

10 ANAD Leadership and Management Program Internships Center for Domestic Preparedness – Rogers Moore – Wendy Walker Honda – Keats Reynolds Northrop Grumman – Ryan Freeman – Vincent Grasser – John Purser RTI International – Lacresha Brewster Standard Aero – Jody Daniel – Joe Dolinsky – Gregory Leach Tec-Masters – Tawania Brulles – Wendy Johnson 10Class 10: Spring 2011

11 Established June 1998 All-hazards training center High-quality, comprehensive preparedness Preparedness, deterrence, and response Funded by the Homeland 11Class 10: Spring 2011 Center for Domestic Preparedness Rogers Moore Wendy Walker

12 Cobra Facility – GB-(VX) Chemical Ordnance, Biological Radiological 58 Courses which are 3 to 5 days Courses are free to State, Local and Tribal All students are recruited by word of mouth or seminars 12Class 10: Spring 2011 Center for Domestic Preparedness Rogers Moore

13 Noble Training Center only civilian medical emergency response training facility All training and processes outsourced Mobile training teams all over US LEAN initiatives Quality Controls/Safety Culture 13Class 10: Spring 2011 Center for Domestic Preparedness Wendy Walker

14 Production Nov. 14, 2001 Produce Honda Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline and V-6 engines Over 4,000 current associates 3.5 million square feet plant on 1,350 acres Annual Prod Capacity: 300,000 vehicles Zero Landfill Facility 14Class 10: Spring 2011 Honda Keats Reynolds

15 Corporate Affairs and Com. Department – Dealing with Japan Tsunami and Earthquake Environmental Engineering Department – Recycle Culture Emergency Operations Group – Safety Awareness 15Class 10: Spring 2011 Honda Keats Reynolds

16 Global security company Technical services sector 120,000 employees worldwide 1,200 employees located at Fort Irwin Premier provider for aerospace technology Support supply and garrison/rotational units 16Class 10: Spring 2011 Northrop Grumman Ryan Freeman Vincent Grasser John Purser

17 Employee recognition – Certificates, time off and monetary awards – Employee comments/suggestion box Safety – Sections rewarded every 90 days – Monthly charts/injury reports posted 17Class 10: Spring 2011 Northrop Grumman Ryan Freeman

18 ISO 9001:2000 Original certification March 2004 Performance Adjective Rating Vs. Award Fee Conversion Newest program Civilians on Battlefield (COB) 18Class 10: Spring 2011 Northrop Grumman Vincent Grasser

19 Conduct logistical support for national training center Provide all maintenance of prepositioned fleet Operate Ft Irwin’s Ammo supply point 19Class 10: Spring 2011 Northrop Grumman John Purser

20 World’s leading independent, non-profit R&D Provides research/technical services to govts, businesses, and 40 other countries Health and education to environmental science, and international development Goal: improve human conditions by turning knowledge into practice 20Class 10: Spring 2011 RTI International Lacresha Brewster

21 Recognize valuable employees Emphasized importance of support from higher management Continuously find ways to measure success Client/customer focused Continuously growing and improving processes 21Class 10: Spring 2011 RTI International Lacresha Brewster

22 Largest independent small gas turbine engine & overhaul facility serving over 80 countries Engineering support to gov & military customers for over 50 yrs employees at 500 plants Zero Hazardous waste discharge facility 22Class 10: Spring 2011 Standard Aero Jody Daniel Joe Dolinsky Gregory Leach

23 Leading provider of engine maintenance for business, general aviation, air transport and military aircraft Complete nose to tail services that include airframe, interior refurbishments and paint Immune program 23Class 10: Spring 2011 Standard Aero Jody Daniel

24 Tracking Boards Cell Design Change Management Detailed Training 24Class 10: Spring 2011 Standard Aero Joe Dolinsky

25 MRO (maintenance, repair & overhaul) Continuous Improvement Six Sigma Excellent Internship 25Class 10: Spring 2011 Standard Aero Gregory Leach

26 Corporate HQ in Huntsville, AL Highly diversified high-tech enterprise Minority small business 250 employees establish in 1988 Key partnerships: NASA, military, commercial & community Eleven nationwide locations 26Class 10: Spring 2011 Tec-Masters Tawania Brulles Wendy Johnson

27 Extremely professional and highly educated committed staff Flexibility/quick response is key to success Community involvement and giving back Mission first and people always Over the last 5 years revenue average $70M 27Class 10: Spring 2011 Tec-Masters Tawania Brulles

28 Voted top 10 places to work in 2009/10 Very diverse customer base to include techniques with hardware and software People and relationships count Documenting the process holds value Several phases to businesses development 28Class 10: Spring 2011 Tec-Masters Wendy Johnson

29 JSU Observations & Recommendations Professors were very knowledgeable Excellent hospitality Professors customized material and lectures to Depot process Tour Mercedes Benz to make comparative analysis to Honda Devote entire day to rope course/team building 29Class 10: Spring 2011

30 ANAD Observations & Recommendations Concurrent briefing by Legal, CPAC, and EEO were very beneficial Depot Tour was beneficial Depot Tour should include Small Arms Facility All Directors address Leadership Style Depot week held at Depot Class 10: Spring

31 Solicit students input prior to internship assignment Internship companies initiate contact with interns Clear itinerary ANAD Supervisor objectives for internship Provide Host company objectives Internships Observations & Recommendations Class 10: Spring

32 Human Resources Policy and Procedures Financial Analysis Lean and Six Sigma process improvements Principles of Supply Chain Management Implementing a safety culture Government Industry Partnership Effective Leadership & Team Building skills Opportunities for Transfer Class 10: Spring


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