March 2013

Presenter:  Frank Snook

Location: Temecula City Library

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Start Date: March 21st., 2013
Start Time: 6:00 pm
Price: $ 20.00 – 25.00

Title:  Machine Shop Six-Sigma: Leadership and Quality


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Machine Shop Six-Sigma: Leadership and Quality


Lean Six Sigma and the Theory of Constraint can be applied to any production-type support shops.  Examples include insurance offices, engineering firms, product development teams, any kind of support in any business. In this presentation, the speaker will make use of a maintenance shop for a large production facility. Additionally, Servant Leadership will be discussed.  Leadership actually yields more progress than continuous process improvement efforts!  Come for a visual demonstration that should make it abundantly clear just how leadership effects an organization.

Expect to become involved in the discussion, because the speaker prefers a method of teaching that involves as many of the senses as possible; visual, audio and kinetic.

Speaker Bio:

Mr. Frank E. Snook is the Maintenance Branch Team Leader for the Fleet Readiness Center Southwest where he coordinates the work of, and motivates, 87 maintenance artisans and 3 supervisors. His branch is responsible for the maintenance of Industrial Production Machinery, Facilities Maintenance and miscellaneous projects ranging from 20 to 2500 hours. Frank’s area of responsibility covers 88 buildings with over 3.2 million square feet of production space. He is charged with keeping 6 distinct Program Managers satisfied through the effective deployment of a multi-million dollar budget.

Frank has a Master of Science Degree in Executive Leadership from the University of San Diego and a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering from San Diego State University. He is an American Society of Quality (“ASQ”) Senior Member and an ASQ Certified Six-Sigma Black Belt. Frank speaks both Spanish and English fluently and is a member of a bi-cultural family.