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Managing the Small Business Supply Chain: A Focus on Construction
Managing the Small Business Supply Chain: A Focus on Construction Wed. 10/25/2017; 8:30am-10am with an additional, optional hour of small group coaching offered from 10am-11am.Speaker/Instructor: Richard WeissmanCost: FREE Target Audience: Business owners, senior leaders, and managers/supervisors in the construction industry. Improve the operational and financial performance of your construction business by dynamically managing your supply chain. Transform your contractors and sub-contractors into high performing suppliers! Effectively and efficiently manage their performance by applying innovative supply chain management techniques and processes adapted for use in the construction industry. Vigorous supply chain management, in any sized business, leads to greater operational success, reduced costs, higher customer satisfaction and improved financial performance. The supply chains of small businesses are as critical to a company’s success as those in larger firms. Smaller companies often lack a comprehensive strategy to maximize their inter-firm relationships, including managing multi-level supplier performance and customer interactions. This session will allow small and growing businesses to take steps in transitioning their supply chain operations from an administrative chore to an active management process, essential to remaining competitive and relevant in today’s complex business environment. Learning Objectives: Create a long-term supply chain management strategy that will scale with your business and be relevant to your industry Strengthen the link between supplier performance and customer satisfaction 
 Develop the proper quantitative and qualitative metrics to manage and gain control over all levels of suppliers Increase relationship centered communication throughout the supplier community Model customer service requirements throughout the supply chain Identify the future trends in supply chain management that will have a direct impact on your 
business 
 About the Speaker: Rich Weissman, an experienced supply chain management professional and educator, works with early stage companies and small businesses to create scalable and sustainable supply chain strategies. His areas of expertise include creating strategic sourcing plans, managing and improving supplier performance, supplier evaluation and selection, project management, contract negotiation and administration, supplier communications, and transportation and logistics management. Weissman teaches operations management, supply chain management, entrepreneurship, strategy and policy, and managerial economics for Endicott College, Northeastern University and Lesley University. He has more than twenty-five years of practical experience in all facets of procurement and supply chain management for Boston area high technology manufacturers. He is past president of the Purchasing Management Association of Boston (ISM-GB) and the recipient of the Harry J. Graham Memorial Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Association. Weissman holds an MS in Management from Lesley University and a BA in Economics from Rutgers University. He writes and speaks extensively on issues impacting the global supply chain. 

When: Oct 25, 2017 8:30AM in West Barnstable, MA

"Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind": 30 Plays in 60 Minutes

“...unashamedly live and democratic theater” (Chicago Reader). **"Pay at the Door" ticket prices are determined by a base rate + the roll of a six sided die!** Students: $4 + roll of the die ($5-$10)Seniors/Military: $9 + roll of the die ($10-$15)General: $14 + roll of the die ($15-$20) Having opened in 1988, and holding the record for the longest-running show in Chicago history, “Too Much Light,” is an ensemble theatre experience presenting “30 Plays in 60 Minutes.” Each play is performed in random order, as determined by the audience, with an on-stage timer keeping everyone honest. A countdown clock keeps things moving, and your admission price is determined at the door, in part by the roll of a six-sided die! Pair that with the audience’s spontaneous choice of the plays performed, and the “wildcard” of audience participation, Too Much Light can best be described as scripted improvisation.  And there's a bonus -- if it's a sell out, we order PIZZA!  Don't miss this dynamic, fresh, and totally unpretentious evening of theatre -- guaranteed never to be the same show twice as each evening the audience determines how many plays will be swapped out for the next show.  Make your reservation today and pay at the door, OR you can purchase a "flat rate" ticket in advance for $18 (plus processing) and skip the uncertainty principle! Pay at the door pricing:Students: $4 + roll of the die ($5-$10)Seniors/Military: $9 + roll of the die ($10-$15)General: $14 + roll of the die ($15-$20)We accept cash, MC/Visa, and most debit cards.  Please note this show contains adult language and themes and may not be suitable for all audiences. Questions? Call 508.375.4044 or email happening@capecod.edu!

When: Oct 26, 2017 7:30PM in West Barnstable, MA

The Pirates of Penzance

by Gilbert and SullivanDirected by Gwen BainierA hilarious farce of sentimental pirates, bumbling policemen, dim-witted young lovers, and an eccentric Major-General

When: Nov 2, 2017 7:30PM to Nov 2, 2017 10pm in West Barnstable, MA
Cost: $25 general admission, $22 students and seniors

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About Barnstable, MA
The Town of Barnstable was founded as a town in 1639 and is located in Barnstable County. Although a city government, the community wishes to be known as "The Town of Barnstable".

The town of Barnstable is made up of seven villages that include Centerville, Cotuit and Osterville all located on the south side, Barnstable and West Barnstable both located on the north side and Marstons Mills which is located on Route 28.

Visitors to Barnstable come from all around to see the beautiful beaches. Most popular of them all is Craigville Beach, a long sandy stretch of sand and ocean encompassing all of the natural beauty a beach on Cape Cod has to offer. Visitors enjoy touring the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum along with several shopping malls in the Hyannis area.