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Using Data to Understand and Improve the Productivity of Your Lab Staff

October 21, 2020 at 12:30:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

As lab manager, we have a strong desire to run a finely tuned laboratory from top to bottom. Why not? It makes our jobs easier and more rewarding. One measure of the operational success of your laboratory is staff productivity. But just how productive is your organization? Do you have metrics to properly measure productivity? Are your metrics defined around activity or outcomes? What do you learn from your metrics and what do you change?

This presentation will first cover the importance and benefit of measuring staff productivity. It will then transition into a discussion of staff productivity metrics—selecting, defining, and evaluating performance vs the metric. Examples of specific productivity metrics and their use will be discussed including, staff utilization through activity-based time tracking, revenue-based productivity using project make goods, turnaround time, backlog, and on-time project delivery. Finally, the presentation will conclude with a discussion on how lab managers can drive their organization to even higher performance through dedicated efforts aimed at growing employee engagement. This webinar will benefit anyone with responsibility around lab management, lab productivity, or meeting lab delivery expectations.

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Site Manager, Intertek Allentown
Todd McEvoy graduated with a BS in Chemistry and with Honors from Shippensburg University in 1998 and a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Texas at Austin. His work at UT focused on developing integrated spectral, microscopic, and electrochemical methods to study charge storage processes in electrochromic ion-storage materials. Upon graduation he pursued a postdoc at the Naval Research Laboratory, studying hybrid carbon:polymer ultracapacitors. Todd’s industrial career started when he joined the corporate analytical group at Air Products in 2004. In 2010 he made the transition to Intertek, initially in science-related roles within the microscopy and surface science group. Later he transitioned out of the lab and into leadership roles each with progressively more responsibility. He began as the service delivery manager, focusing on driving projects to completion, and then assumed the role of laboratory operations manager where the technical staff reported to him. In his current role as site manager, he is accountable for all aspects of a 40-member business including sales, operations, safety, and quality.
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