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https://devry.webex.com/meet/bward

DeVry Mu Phi Chapter Guest Speaker and Business Meeting

Speaker: Dr. Russ Roberson Dr. Russell Roberson will be speaking on The SWEATT Concept: An Alternative to SWOT Analysis. This is a strategic planning technique that Dr. Roberson has used successfully in industry.

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DeVry Mu Phi Chapter Guest Speaker and Business Meeting
DeVry Mu Phi Chapter Guest Speaker and Business Meeting

Time & Location

Jun 15, 2023, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM CDT

https://devry.webex.com/meet/bward

About the event

Topic

Dr. Russell Roberson will be speaking on The SWEATT Concept: An Alternative to SWOT Analysis.  This is a strategic planning technique that Dr. Roberson has used successfully in industry.

Knowledge of this approach to strategic planning will provide participants with a valuable tool for analyzing a firm and making future plans to enhance strategic and competitive performance.

How to Join the Event Via WebEx

To join this event on Tuesday, June 15th, 6:30 pm CST, go to the WebEx room found at this link: https://devry.webex.com/meet/bward 

 

Speaker Biography:

Dr. Russell Roberson recently retired from his role as the Chief Quality, Regulatory, Data Governance, and Patient Safety Officer for Elsevier, a medical device company.  Before Elsevier, Dr. Roberson served as the Vice-President, Quality & Regulatory, for GE Healthcare.  Dr. Roberson has taught for DeVry since 1996, teaching courses in the areas of quality and operations management, supply chain, decision making, and statistics.  Dr. Roberson is also a licensed Professional Engineer and holds a doctorate in business management, a master of business administration degree, a master of science degree in mechanical engineering, and a bachelor of science degree in agricultural engineering.

After the guest speaker there will be a short business meeting where the DMD student leadership showcases their plan for the year, accomplishments, and future endeavors.

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