||For more recent speaking engagements
by Stephen C. Armstrong, please click here.
||Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineering
Panel Chair & Speaker on "Policy
Planning for Disruptive and Incremental Innovation",
Toronto, Canada, on 1-4th June 2014.
||2014 Forum on Philosophy, Engineering and
"Teaching History and Philosophy of
Engineering to Masters Engineering Students",
Virginia Tech, Virginia, USA, on 27-29 May 2014.
||Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering,
University of Toronto
"Management of Innovation in Engineering" seminar, on 3rd April 2014.
||Management of Innovation and The Engineer in the 21st Century Lecture Series
within multiple institutions in Wuhan, Shanghai
and Beijing, China, between 10th - 20th December 2013.
||Management of Innovation Seminar Series
Singapore, between 24th May - 2nd June, 2013.
||University of Toronto
seminars at Toronto, Canada.
||AAIS AeroResource Centre & Organisational
Management of Innovation at the AAIS Aeroshub Nan Wah Building, Singapore,
on 25th January, 2013
||Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference "Closing the Global Skills Gap - Developing Digital Skills for a Digital Society"
University of Toronto, 29th April 2012.
Describing Innovation Lessons Learned and Best Practices at multiple universities, India,
between 2-15th January, 2012
||Management of Innovation
General Mills Canada, Toronto, 5th July 2010.
||Management of Innovation Seminar Series
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, between 22-30th November, 2009.
||SAE World Congress
Business Transformation - Lessons Learned and Best Practices at the Cobo Center, Detroit, Michigan, USA,
on April 16, 2008
| ||PDMA Event
Describing Implementing Integrated Product Development In The Product Centric Agile Enterprise at the Support Center for Nonprofit Management
, Manhattan, NY, USA, on May 17, 2006
||WESTEC Conference and Show
Speaking about The Total Manufacturing Experience at the Los Angeles Convention Center, California,
USA, on March 27-30, 2006
A series of lectures presented by four different
The first Meeting on this topic, will explore the basics of
The meeting will be held on September 20, 2005 at 6:15pm in the Toronto Board of Trade
on Dixon Road.
The aim of this series is to review the lessons
learned. Or maybe the lessons not learned.
Click HERE for the pdf version of the meeting schedule
||COLLABORATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
A workshop at the conference
on Culture in Project Management at Westminster University, London U.K.,
on Tuesday, September 13, 2005
Presented by the Institution of Mechanical
The first Meeting on this topic, will explore the commercial
potential of nanotechnology.
The meeting will be held on September 21, 2004 at 6:15pm in the Toronto Board of Trade on Dixon Road.
Click HERE for the pdf document with full details (48
There is a complete series of meetings reviewing the benefits and implications of
this wide reaching technology.Click HERE for the pdf version of the meeting schedule
For the pdf version of
the COMPLETE report on nanotechnology, click HERE (22.9 MB).
||University of Toronto, February 11-13, 2002 (3 days) topic "Effective engineering management through
integrated product development" Cost $1295 or $1175. It is put on by the
School of Continuing Education Faculty of Engineering. Please contact Leslie Dolman, Director
Professional Development Centre, 416-978-3119,
for more information
Development - The Holistic
session is intended to
help engineering managers
implement a more rigorous
approach to the
practice of Engineering
Management. We do
this by outlining an Integrated
methodology to achieve
the following objectives:
- Meet program cost targets.
- Reduce total program costs.
- Meet program milestones.
- Reduce time to market.
- Reduce engineering change following design
We will bring a special focus to issues around
implementing IPD. These range from how to
implement cross-functional teams and consensus
decision making, to how to identify managers
who are out to sabotage your efforts to introduce
IPD. We will place emphasis on balancing
all domains of change, especially the political
one, in an integrated enterprise.
Stephen Armstrong is uniquely qualified to lead this seminar.
He is a fully apprenticed tool designer/tool
maker, Professional Engineer, and Certified
Management Consultant. He has headed AMGI,
a Toronto based consulting practice for seven
years. He has led many of the worlds
leading aerospace companies to successfully
implement IPD. His clients include British
Aerospace Military, deHavilland Aircraft,
Lockheed Martin, Bombardier Aerospace, Messier-Dowty
Aerospace, McDonnell Douglas, and many non-
||CANADIAN STUDENT SUMMIT ON AEROSPACE
Presentation by Stephen C. Armstrong, "Beyond Engineering - The management
dimension in Aerospace" at the CASI Canadian Student Summit on Aerospace
CSSA aims to serve as a focal
point for Canadian university students interested
in careers in the aerospace industry. On
the weekend of February 8-10, 2002, students from across Canada will come to
Queens University, Kingston, Ontario to learn
about current activities and future opportunities
within the North American aerospace industry.
||Implementing Collaborative Product Development
Presentation to Toronto Chapter
26 of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers
April 3, 2002. For details of time and location please
see the SME web site at www.sme-toronto-26.org
||6th Annual Worldwide Conference of the Society
of Concurrent Product Development
June 6-7, 2001, Boston, Mass.
Seminar A presented by Stephen C. Armstrong.
Click HERE for the pdf version of the program (213
For more information, please email AMGI Management Group Inc.
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