This Week in St. Louis Business

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), April 18, 1994 | Go to article overview

This Week in St. Louis Business


MEETINGS

International Facility Management Association - 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Raquet Club, 476 North Kingshighway. Bruce Sommer, director of Crevantes Convention Center at America's Center, speaks on "What's Happening Downtown and on the Riverfront." Call Karen Shymanski, 487-7725.

Society Of Logistics Engineers - 5 p.m. Tuesday, Missouri Air National Guard NCO Club at St. Louis Lambert Airport. Major Marty Klein speaks on "Meeting the Logistics Challenge." Information: Don Spiegel, 281-1175 or Bob Merritt, 234-2614.

Words, Pictures, People Resources - 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, Brentwood Forest Club House, 9065 Wrenwood Lane. Panel discussion on "Client Management: A Blueprint for Success." Information: 995-4836.

St. Louis Regional Commerce And Growth Association - West Area Small Business Council - 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. Panel discussion on the "Procurement Maze made Simple: Selling to Big Business." Information: Stacy Lenzner, 444-1144.

Institute Of Management Accountants - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Agusti's on The Hill, 2300 Edwards Street. Anthony Montebello, Ph.D., vice president-organizational design and development for Psychological Associates Inc., speaks on "Teams that Work: Teams that Don't." Information: Patrick Doyle, 889-8120.

Human Resources Management Association Of Greater St. Louis - 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, University Club, 1034 South Brentwood Boulevard. Percy Williams, legislative representative for the Government and Public Affairs Department of the Society for Human Resources Management, speaks on "What's Hot and What's Not in Human Resource Legislative Affairs." Information: Ann, 487-2620.

St. Louis NetWare Users Group - 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Novell Inc. corporate offices, 600 North Emerson Court, Suite 203. Meeting on the topic of Novell Novell networks. Call Eileen Lenkman, 830-1800.

American Marketing Association - 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel, 1355 South Lindbergh Boulevard. Horace Wilkins Jr., president-Missouri for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., speaks on "Marketing a Revolution." Information: 827-1083.

International Society For Strategic Management (Planning Forum) - 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Junior League of St. Louis, 10405 Clayton Road. Robert Weinberg, president of R.S. Weinberg & Associates, speaks on "Can Corporate Planning Give the CEO a Report Card?" Joint meeting with the American Management Aossication's Strategic Planning Special Interest Group. Information: Susan Lang, 259-1578.

St. Louis Regional Commerce And Growth Association - Southwestern Illinois Area Small Business Council - 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville University Center. Panel discussion on the "U.S. Olympic Festival: Benefits and Tour of the SIU-Edwardsville Stadium." Call Stacy Lenzner, 444-1144.

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