IPMA’s first Webinar Series occurred June 8- 11, 2020. View all 7 in-plant focused webinars by in-plant experts from across the country and watch our 2021 Conference location announcement here.
You’ll learn. You’ll be inspired. And you’ll see innovations to bring more business into your in-plant in this pandemic-fueled environment.
It’s time to rethink your business. Become an intrapreneur. Learn how to be resilient. Embrace change. And build a plan for the future. IPMA’s Webinar Series is here to guide you.
Whether you’re in Print, Mailing, or both, you’ll find topics here to elevate your in-plant. IPMA is here for you!
IPMA Board President, Sherri Isbell introduces the IPMA 2020 Conference Webinar Series & announces the location for the IPMA 2021 Educational Conference & Vendor Fair.
“Business Not as Usual : The Formula for Future Success” – Dr. Trish Holliday
Now more than ever, organizations have the opportunity to think about business through a different lens, the lens of the intrapreneurial mindset. Join Doc Holliday in this engaging workshop and discover the skills necessary for being a successful intrapreneur and how the intrapreneurial mindset can help your organization face uncertainty and prepare for a new future. This webinar is designed to bring out different perspectives and insights while exploring the topic of “Intrapreneurship.”
Over the last few years smart delivery systems have changed the way many schools have addressed the need to efficiently deliver student packages. Due to Covid-19 smart delivery systems now can provide the total solution to safely, efficiently and cost effectively deliver more than just student packages. This presentation will discuss how different systems can be used to deliver student and department letters, flats and packages in a total contactless environment and the procedures to significantly reduce the threat of contamination. These systems will soon be used by everyone to provide contactless delivery for libraries, bookstores, completed print projects, diplomas, transcripts and many more essential services.
Building and cultivating resilience is a process and is more than just learning how to “get through it” or “get over it.” It is not about learning to avoid obstacles or resisting change. Join Doc Holliday in this webinar to discover how to intentionally work through obstacles and challenges and best practices for building resiliency. This webinar is designed to bring out different perspectives and insights while exploring the topic of through the topic of “resiliency.”
All businesses are facing uncertainty as they look toward recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The crisis has challenged organizations as they have never been challenged before — operationally, financially, organizationally, and strategically. This panel brought together leaders from the front lines of print operations to help us understand how in-house printers and publishers can best address this complex situation. They addressed learnings from the crisis, ingenuity/innovation and new approaches that can assist with recovery and achieving success as we return.
John Johnson took a leap of faith by hiring a press operator right out of prison in 2016. The man, Talmedge Hayes, had been there for 28 years. He had learned how to print in the prison print shop. He is now the lead pressman on a digital 4-color offset press producing first class work. John and Talmedge tell their story of hope and redemption.
This webinar explores a collaboration between Print and Mail to get the best postage rate and quickest delivery for customers and catch any potential USPS regulation issues during the design process.
You’ll gain a better understanding of how mail and print design should work together as well as ways to present information to customers.
Do you have a strategic plan? Have you started on one and don’t really know how to proceed? Want to make sure yours is effective?
This webinar is here to help you. It will walk you through a process to create and design a strategic plan without significant time or effort that is useful in running your in-plant. And it will show you how to develop a consistent vocabulary to more-easily create consistent strategic NEED plans.
It previews key elements of IPMA’s 2020 Whitepaper.
Sponsored by Canon.