ExecutiveSpecial Interest Group
The most recent Executive Roundtable SIG was held at the Morey Technical Center, Mt. Pleasant, MI in April 2018. The topic was “Interns, Co-Ops and Apprenticeships.” Presentations from Central Michigan University, Mid Michigan College and the U.S. Department of Labor assisted members with the opportunities, resources and programs available to utilize this tool for their employment needs.
The prior meeting focused on “Understanding the Valuation of your Company from a Buyer’s Perspective” presented by Holt Marketing and Management Services, of Saginaw, MI. The valuation was broken down into several key indices allowing for strategic assessment and planning across a company’s internal and external activities.
To provide executives of member companies with presentations and/or workshops regarding aspects of current business topics at the executive level. The Executive Roundtable is also utilized as a voice of the membership, specifically from its member companies’ executives, regarding CMMA’s effectiveness.
The Executive Roundtable meets quarterly. Topics vary and are chosen from electronic surveys to the members of the Executive SIG. Our next scheduled meeting is:
Tuesday, September 14 | 8am – 11:30am
Location: Doherty Hotel
604 N McEwan Street
Clare, MI 48617
Kelly Wehner, of Case Systems, John Foote, of Morbark LLC, and Brent Hardman, of Powell Solutions.
This is a member’s only section.
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