Turning a capital project or technology transfer into a successful operation requires focused execution of a structured, multi-workstream plan. Defining clear objectives and establishing ownership in each department and workstream is essential to success — or risk coming up short of your operational goals. Learn when, why and how to ensure your next successful project with the experts from CAI..
Panelist: Joseph Micsko. Global Director, PMT, CAI
Joe leads CAI’s Process Manufacturing Technology business area and is an Engineering SME. He oversees various projects for Biotech/Pharma clients. He has a wealth of knowledge and experience with over sixteen (16) years in the Pharma/Biotech Industry especially in Single Use Technology (SUT) and Cell and Gene Therapy (C>) Startups. Joseph manages the development and implementation of process improvements designed to achieve greater efficiency in overall Business Operations. He is a subject matter expert in CIP systems, Chemical Distribution Skids, Upstream and Downstream Processing, Single use systems, Autoclaves and Steam-in-Place (SIP). He has extensive knowledge of planning, coordinating, and executing Cleaning Validation Programs to verify compliance and absence of cross-contamination. Joseph has experience with Quality Risk Management (QRM) specifically in process risk and control strategies. He has successfully managed and led diverse teams across the globe delivering numerous Pharma/Biotech projects.
Panelist: Harry Benson – Director, Human Performance, CAI
Harry Benson leads a global business segment to develop and execute programs and processes for operational readiness and improvement with particular focus on performance. A former nuclear-trained submarine officer and Master Training Specialist, he is an expert in learning solutions design and delivery with over 25 years of experience in applying current methods for organizational effectiveness and learning within highly technical environments. His methods have led to major skill improvement, driving results-based performance for the U.S. Nuclear Navy and companies ranging from small to Fortune 500. Mr. Benson has a Bachelor’s degree from the U.S. Naval Academy, and a Master’s in International Business from Wright State University. He is a specialist in organizational culture and structure, operations, human performance, adult learning, training program development, and data center infrastructure design and operations.