How to Achieve High Velocity Learning in the Ship Building Design Process Webinar

Complimentary Educational Ship Building Webinar – August 9th at 1:00 PM ET



On Wednesday, August 9th at 1:00 PM ET, learn from Lisa Hepinstall, Lisa Dlugokecki, and Auros Knowledge Systems in a complimentary educational webinar focused on improving your ship building design process through high velocity learning! Capturing, sharing and reusing knowledge is one of the most important resources an organization owns. When an organization does it right, they can: eliminate recurring mistakes, reduce undesirable engineering variation, and improve engineering efficiency! During the webinar, you will learn about the following:

•  Importance of Accessible Technical Memory;

•  Current Challenges When Accessing Technical Information;

•  Steps to Achieve High Velocity Learning in the Ship Design Process; and

•  Active Learning Technology.


In addition to these topics, you will hear from Lisa and Vicky about their good and bad knowledge sharing experiences within the ship yards. It’s a presentation you won’t want to miss! Plus, you will have the opportunity to ask questions in the live Q&A session. To register for the upcoming webinar, click here.



About the Presenters


Vicky Dlugokecki

Vicky Dlugokecki is an engineering and management consultant with more than 25 years of experience in ship design and construction.  Prior to consulting, Vicky was a senior supervisor at NASSCO in the Initial Design and Naval Architecture Department, and an engineer at ABS, working on rule development and quality assurance.  She has participated in all aspects of engineering design for various types of commercial and military vessels.  She is a provider of high quality design, analysis and management support services to commercial clients and government agencies in the maritime field.  Her specialties are pre-contract, post-contract and life-cycle engineering and management services. She has also participated in several successful NSRP projects, and is a current team member for the NSRP project Development and Application of Standard Hull, Mechanical, & Electrical Modules to Increase Flexibility in Ship Design.



Greg Burek

Mr. Burek has 42 years of engineering and program management experience, optimizing business, production, and engineering efficiencies through the integration of business processes and information technology.  While at the Ford Motor Company, he was responsible for managing global project teams involved in the deployment of Ford’s corporate world-wide Product Life-cycle Management (PLM) system, CAx systems and Knowledge Based Engineering (KBE) applications.  Mr. Burek is currently a Director for Emergent Systems, which develops and implements the Auros web-based Knowledge Awareness Engineering  System.  Mr. Burek graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, and an MBA in Finance.