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|March 2007 Update|
In This Issue:
EXPO 2007 - March 27th
|EXPO 2007 - Just a couple of weeks away|
Instrumentation & Process Technology
|Date: Tuesday - March 27, 2007
Venue: Royal Botanical Gardens - 600 Plains Road West. Burlington
Time: 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Keynote Address / Presentation
Wireless Instrumentation for Process Industry
Presented by: Wallace Lueders - Accutech
- Comparison of Wireless Protocols
- Architecture and Communication Protocols
- Problems with Network Deployment in Industry
- Cases Studies will be examined and a demonstration will be available
|Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Exhibition & Conference|
FOR VIBRATION SENSOR SELECTION|
Presented By: Quenton Bach - Predictech
THEORY, PROBLEM SOLVING & TECHNOLOGY ADVANCES|
Presented By: Ian Tell - Endress+Hauser
PROFINET - INDUSTRIAL ETHERNET BASED PROCESS NETWORK|
Presented By: Mike Kuhlman - Siemens
Presented By: Larox Flowsys
Presented By: Cancoppas
INSTRUMENTATION: A RECOGNIZED TRADE IN ONTARIO|
Presented By: Berny Portolesi - ISA Hamilton Section
|Your Registration & Attendance
-- Ticket for a Free Lunch --
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|For the latest news, updates and information
Hamilton EXPO 2007.... |
Be sure to visit our web site (http://www.isahamilton.com/) and our EXPO page (http://www.isahamilton.com/expo.html)
|Golf Tournament - May 2007|
|Date:||Friday - May 25, 2007|
|Venue:||Chippewa Club Club (Chippewa Road - Mount Hope)|
|Time:||9:00 AM - Shotgun Start|
|Cost:||$95 per Person|
|Corporate Sponsorships are
$ 100.00 when purchased separately
$ 70.00 as part of a corporate foursome package price of $450.00
FRIDAY - MAY 25th, 2007
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|Our Annual General Meeting - May 2007|
|Date:||Tuesday - May 29, 2007|
Dinner (Cash Bar & Dinner)
7:00 PM - ISA Hamilton Section - Annual General Meeting
7:15 PM - Technical Presentation
Pinetree Restaurant - 397 Centennial Parkway
Follow this link for a map and directions to the Pinetree Restaurant.
Dinner cost is $5 for ISA Members and $15 for non-members.
Please be sure to confirm your dinner attendance!!
Reserve your space for dinner and confirm your attendance via:
- Submitting the online Attendance Confirmation form -or-
- E-Mail message to Jack Vincent -or -
- Telefax sent to the attention of Jack Vincent - (519) 304-0488 -or-
- Telephone Jack Vincent - (519) 304-0489
|Subject:||The Return of the Age of the Generalist|
of the key purposes of society is to organize people's skills and
such that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. As societies
they present the opportunity for narrower and narrower specialization.
caused Konrad Lorenz to quip "The specialist knows more and more
and less and finally knows everything about nothing."
Throughout the 20th
century, specialization was the key to success in business as well as
technology. Yet as we begin the new millennium we are increasingly
confronted with evidence that a collection of specialists often does not
make the best overall decisions. What is often missing is the
"S" from ISA -
a focus on the whole system.
In past presentations for ISA Hamilton, Randy Park has helped us understand and improve our thinking and decision making processes - what he calls Thinking for Results. In May, Randy will discuss the next, deeper level of thinking which will be required for personal, business, and societal success in the future.
Beyond simply gathering relevant information and making a decision - something that can be a challenge in itself - the new level of thinking that is required constantly looks for new information in ever widening circles. The foundation is self awareness and systems thinking, the tactics include critical thinking and scenario exploration. But the emphasis is not on finding the minimum number of important parameters to include, but the maximum. One of the critical characteristics of the next generation thinker is to gather information outside of their specialty - in essence, to be more of a generalist. From simple family problems to the issues facing our societies globally, the "Law of Unintended Consequences" seems to crop up more and more frequently. If we focus on our own narrow situation, it is easy to ignore the complex interrelationships of today - at our peril. Through anecdotes, examples, and exercises Randy will guide you to a deeper level of thinking and provide concepts and tools you can use in your life. Practical as well as thought provoking, this is a session you don't want to miss.
|Randy appears at ISA Hamilton through the generous sponsorship of Professional Project Services and Sage Metering Inc. They have also kindly arranged for all attendees to receive an autographed copy of Randy's book "Thinking for Results."|
|Speaker:||Randy Park B.Sc., M.Eng.|
|Randy works with organizations to tackle unrecognized obstacles and promote long term success. With "Thinking for Results" he has worked with corporations and associations to deliver Better Decisions, Faster Solutions, and Fewer Mistakes. His approaches are rooted in his technology background where for over a decade he designed world leading test equipment. It was at that time he realized that many problems - both technological and people related - arise when we don't understand our thinking processes and our own thinking strengths and traps. Through entertaining yet powerful exercises, examples, and stories, Randy helps his audiences think about thinking - and improve their decision making, problem solving, creative thinking, strategic planning, and interpersonal communications. Randy is a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS) and the International Federation for Professional Speakers.|
information about Randy Park, Randy's schedule and/or his
Please visit the Thinking For Results web site at http://www.ThinkingforResults.com
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