Free workshop, “High Velocity Growth Strategy,” 10/9/2013

Align your company vision and mission to quickly focus on the growth of your business. Walk away from this one-hour workshop with purpose, direction and courage to grow, innovate and succeed.

As part of the Bozeman SCORE 2013 workshop series, Mark Shyne from the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center will present a program on

High Velocity Growth Strategy
October 9, 2013
11:45am – 1:15pm
Bozeman Public Library – Large Community Room

There is no cost for this event.
Registration is requested.
>> click here to register


Mark Shyne has over 23 years of professional work experience, with careers as a Mechanical Design Engineer for United Technologies, a Senior Operations Engineer for Allied Signal Aerospace, and Director of Engineering for Big Sky Laser Technologies.

In Mark’s current role at the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC), he’s completed nearly 300 projects since joining the organization in 1999. Those projects involve nearly 200 different companies ranging from high tech to the “mom and pop” type of shop. This role has Mark doing work from executive coaching, to training clients on lean manufacturing, designing plant layouts, equipment selection, lean transformations, quality management system registrations, product design, process improvement, supply chain improvement, new product assessment, product and shop rate costing, and other business improvement work.

At MSU, Mark is also Program Engineer for the University Technical Assistance Program (UTAP), a part of the MMEC and the Industrial Engineering program at MSU. The UTAP program has a similar mission to MMEC, and is staffed by Industrial Engineering masters degree candidates, under Mark’s leadership. Mark Shyne has holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Montana State University, in Bozeman Montana. Prior to getting his degree, he served 4 years in the US Navy, working in steam plant operations, welding, and firefighting.

Questions? Email Allan Kawasaki.