USPOULTRY Information Systems Seminar to highlight project management solutions

The complexity and significance of information technology projects in an ever-changing environment showcases the growing impact information systems managers have within their organizations. Handling this changing environment requires in-depth and up-to-date solutions from industry experts. The 2013 USPOULTRY Information Systems Seminar will provide valuable information and tools that information technology managers can apply immediately.

Jose Faller, Sim Harbert, Greg Whisenant, Mike Burruss, Kendall Layman, and Alan Brownell are serving on a committee developing the agenda for the USPOULTRY Information Systems Seminar.
Jose Faller, Sim Harbert, Greg Whisenant, Mike Burruss, Kendall Layman, and Alan Brownell are serving on a committee developing the agenda for the USPOULTRY Information Systems Seminar.

The complexity and significance of information technology projects in an ever-changing environment showcases the growing impact information systems managers have within their organizations. Handling this changing environment requires in-depth and up-to-date solutions from industry experts. The 2013 USPOULTRY Information Systems Seminar will provide valuable information and tools that information technology managers can apply immediately. Sponsored by U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, the seminar will be held July 16 - 17, at the Doubletree Hotel in Nashville, Tenn.

This year's agenda will address Project Management and Metrics, IT Challenges and Opportunities; A Washington Update; Workflow Process Development; Cloud Computing: Software as a Service; How Are You Leading Your Team?; Fleet Management and Safety Technology; Vendor Solutions: Product Traceability/Recall and Predictive Modeling; Emerging Technology; and an open forum on What Keeps You Up at Night?  

A program committee of information technology managers developed the agenda for the seminar, including Jose Faller, Cooper Farms; Sim Harbert, Georgia Tech Research Institute; Greg Whisenant, Case Farms; Mike Burruss, Tip Top Poultry; Kendall Layman, Cobb-Vantress, and Alan Brownell, Case Farms.

To register for the 2013 Information System Seminar, go to https://www.uspoultry.org/programs/education/  

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