FEI Detroit Dinner Meeting | Featuring Jeff Schuster | Sponsored by Robert Half | 3.25.19

Event Agenda
4:00-5:00 p.m. - Career Development Session 
"The Beautiful Science of Data Visualization"
Presented by Joe O'Brien, Manager - Customer Consulting, Tableau Software

1 CPE Credit Offered

In this talk you will be introduced to:
  • How visual and cognitive science allow us to understand what makes data visualization so deeply satisfying.
  • Why does a collection of bars, lines, colors, and boxes become surprisingly powerful and meaningful?
  • How does fluid interaction with data help uncover the "stories" within your data?
  • We will explore how three decades of research into data visualization have changed the way we interact with data.
Learning Objectives:
Attendees will be able to see how visual and cognitive science explain what makes visualizing data so effective, and how the modern analytic platform has changed the way we communicate our messages and ideas, and will get an appreciation for the importance of an iterative analytic process to uncover insights in your data.

5:00-6:00 p.m. - Professional Development Session
"The New Labor Model for Finance: How Leading CFOs are Sourcing Talent in the Digital Age"
Presented by Tim Hird, Executive Director, Robert Half Management Resources

1 CPE Credit Offered

Learning Objectives:
Future accounting and finance functions will be significantly different from the past, as will the staffing needs and demands they face. In response, the labor model will include multiple sources for skills and experience. How will these and factors such as robotics, automation and the human cloud impact management's ability to create and maintain a competitive, agile workforce? How will they impact business models and labor pools? How might they impact your company? This presentation will cover these questions and examine labor models companies are adopting, evolving skill sets, and how to hire for and develop them.

6:00-7:20 p.m. - Networking, cocktails and strolling dinner throughout the GM Heritage Center Vehicle Museum

 

7:20 p.m. - Keynote Presentation
  
Keynote Presentation by Jeff Schuster, President, LMC Automotive, "Global Automotive Outlook"

1 CPE Credit Offered

Strolling Dinner Menu
  • Sliced tenderloin with Yukon potato puree, red wine demi and kale chips (gf)
  • "Everything Bagel" encrusted salmon, farro and beet tabbouleh, house boursin, micro radish (gf)
  • Quinoa sweet potato cake with fennel apple slaw, harissa remoulade (gf, v)
  • Salad cups with a mix of chopped dressed greens
    • Modern Greek-oranges, beets, olives and feta
    • Golden beet slaw-cabbage, apples, cucumber, carrots and raisins
  • Individual flourless chocolate cake, dusted with cocoa and red velvet macaroon with cream cheese filling
For dietary restrictions please contact Katie Schanne at detroitfei@gmail.com

Registration deadline - Wednesday, March 20, 2019
 
Location
General Motors Heritage Center
6400 Center Dr.
Sterling Heights, MI 48312
Map/Directions

Event Sponsor
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Speakers

Tim Hird

Executive Director
Robert Half | Protiviti

Joe O'Brien

Manager - Customer Consulting
Tableau Software

Jeff Schuster

President
LMC Automotive

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Information Technology, Technical

Prerequisites

none

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Personnel/Human Resources, Non-technical

Prerequisites

none

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Economics, Technical

Prerequisites

none

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