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Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast

Author: Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers

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Conversations with industrial and systems engineers about their work, ideas and solutions. This podcast will feature both IISE members and non-members who come from diverse backgrounds in both academia and industry to discuss a wide range of topics as it relates to their work as well as some off-beat topics that we think you, our audience, will find fascinating.
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Caitlin Kenney and Amy Greer are professional engineers who volunteer with NCEES to promote licensure for industrial and systems engineering. In this episode of #ProblemSolved, this PE duo talks to IISE's David Brandt about the career advantages and realities that engineers can discover in the pursuit of earning their PE license. They also discuss their personal experiences in how earning the "PE" tag has changed their respective careers.
Everyone walks a different career path, but the road is full of opportunities that are yours for the taking. It's just a matter of taking one step at a time. That's the initial advice from Carl Kirpes, who works in Crude Oil Strategy & Analysis for Marathon Petroleum Corp. and also serves as senior vice president, industry, for the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers. In this episode of "Problem Solved," Kirpes talks with IISE's David Brandt about how the Institute has played a role in his career from the beginning, the mentors who helped him find direction and the advice he gives to students and young professionals who aim high in their own careers.
"Problem Solved" is live at the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2019 Sept. 23-25 at the Magnolia Hotel in Houston, Texas. We're talking to attendees, speakers and other participants about their conference experience using three simple questions: Who are you? Why are you attending this conference? And what do you hope to learn or take away from ELSS 2019? Listen to this brief interview with Manuel Flores from the University of Houston.
"Problem Solved" is live at the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2019 Sept. 23-25 at the Magnolia Hotel in Houston, Texas. We're talking to attendees, speakers and other participants about their conference experience using three simple questions: Who are you? Why are you attending this conference? And what do you hope to learn or take away from ELSS 2019? Listen to this brief interview with Chelsea Tomek, a graduate student at the University of Texas-Arlington.
"Problem Solved" is live at the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2019 Sept. 23-25 at the Magnolia Hotel in Houston, Texas. We're talking to attendees, speakers and other participants about their conference experience using three simple questions: Who are you? Why are you attending this conference? And what do you hope to learn or take away from ELSS 2019? Listen to this brief interview with Michele Hopkins from Cable One.
"Problem Solved" is live at the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2019 Sept. 23-25 at the Magnolia Hotel in Houston, Texas. We're talking to attendees, speakers and other participants about their conference experience using three simple questions: Who are you? Why are you attending this conference? And what do you hope to learn or take away from ELSS 2019? Listen to this brief interview with Madhura Sridhar from Rice University.
"Problem Solved" is live at the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2019 Sept. 23-25 at the Magnolia Hotel in Houston, Texas. We're talking to attendees, speakers and other participants about their conference experience using three simple questions: Who are you? Why are you attending this conference? And what do you hope to learn or take away from ELSS 2019? Listen to this brief interview with Bob Myers from Wright State University and Fixineer LLC.
"Problem Solved" is live at the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2019 Sept. 23-25 at the Magnolia Hotel in Houston, Texas. We're talking to attendees, speakers and other participants about their conference experience using three simple questions: Who are you? Why are you attending this conference? And what do you hope to learn or take away from ELSS 2019? Listen to this brief interview with Amanda Beach from Texas Children's Hospital.
"Problem Solved" is live at the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2019 Sept. 23-25 at the Magnolia Hotel in Houston, Texas. We're talking to attendees, speakers and other participants about their conference experience using three simple questions: Who are you? Why are you attending this conference? And what do you hope to learn or take away from ELSS 2019? Listen to this brief interview with the ELSS 2019 pre-conference workshop instructor Paul Odomirok.
The September issue of ISE magazine includes a Case Study article by Breanne Alzate, an engineer whose firm is the lead contractor with NASA’s Launch Services Program at the Kennedy Space Center. In this episode of "Problem Solved," Alzate talks to Managing Editor Keith Albertson about her team’s effort to retain and archive the institutional knowledge that can be lost when experts retire or move on. She also shares more details about her career.
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Billy D.

I may be in the minority, but I think the Chick-FIL-A drive thru is a cluster. The wrap around line, iPad ordering and outside cashier seem to be bottlenecks at my local store. When I heard that they actually have IEs, I was in shock. I tell my wife everytime we go that they should've consulted with some IEs

Aug 3rd
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KateSos75

really interesting conversation!!

Jul 19th
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