When: 12 March 2018, 18:30 for 18:00 - 20:00 Where: Reading Town Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading, RG1 1QHMeeting Point: Soane Space
Speaker: Peter Karran FCILT, Director of Operations, Ψ Practical Service ImprovementPeter has kindly agreed to give the group a presentation on the following three areas:
Peter is a Chartered Process Engineer who has 35 years’ experience of working as an operations manager in a wide variety of verticals and across public, private and third sectors. He is Chair of OM Steering Group and has recently joined CILT (UK) Board to represent the interests of Operations Management sector during the merger of IOM into CILT. Beyond CILT Peter is Director of Operations at Ψ Practical Service Improvement. He helps people to realise their dreams, goals and desired outcomes. Currently he works on Business Process Innovation across UK government. Peter enables Ψ’s clients to achieve greater operational efficiency, performance and maximise their return on investment in existing or planned large scale IT implementations and business strategies. He has nearly 25 years’ experience working as a commercially oriented Senior Operations Manager leading business change in a variety of blue chip, international private, NHS and other UK public sector settings; including partnering and leveraging improvement with corporate suppliers, customers and government regulators.As usual, discussion after the event will continue in the adjacent pub.Refreshments and a light buffet will be provided.As usual, discussion after the event will continue in the adjacent pub.
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Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free
When: 16 May 2018, 17:45 for 18:30 - 20:00Where: London Metropolitan University, Electra House, 84 ,Moorgate London Meeting Point: Security
Speaker: Tanja Dalle- Muenchmeyer, European programme Manager, FREVUE
Urban air quality is of increasing concern in London as well as most other cities in the UK. While policy measures have long focused on busses and passenger cars, freight vehicles are now moving up the political agenda and an array of new measures are being introduced to reduce the impact of vans and trucks on London's air quality. Based on the Freight Electric Vehicles in Urban Europe ( FREVUE) projects, Tanja will present findings on electric freight vehicles, their economics, technical and operational suitability as well as environmental benefits based on these results and new initiatives, can we say that the electrification of freight vehicles is the way forward?
Wine and Nibbles will be provided.
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