Most of the operations in electrical contracting companies are short-term focused. Long-term planning and stability of the company is not a major strength of the current electrical contracting operational model. This course will teach the process and techniques of mid- to long-term planning. Specifically, this course will teach companies how to plan for financial, operational and resource longevity and stability. This course will enable the participants to understand the emerging operational models in the area of increasing profitability; increasing productivity; new markets; partnership with suppliers and manufacturing; training needs for supervision; and sub tracking from the operator's point of view. Using this newfound knowledge, participants will be able to assess their current capabilities, plan a strategy, and through this strategy begin to incorporate this new operational model into their companies.
Duration/CEUs: Full-day/0.6 CEUs
Instructor: Dr. Perry Daneshgari; MCA, Inc.
Sponsored by the Oregon-Columbia Chapter
Online registration is not available for this course. Anyone who wishes to register for this course should contact Rosie Garcia, (503) 233-5787.