Cranberry Country Chamber Of Commerce

Productivity in Small Business Operations

Tuesday, November 14th, 8-9:30 am
Massasoit Community College
49 Union Street
Middleboro

If you find yourself running ragged just trying to stay on top of your daily business activities – thinking that there’s got to be an easier way – then there probably is. Many small business owners are great at their craft, but setting up effective business operations isn’t their specialty. It’s not always about providing complex or expensive automated solutions; but in developing user friendly, easy to follow and effective processes.
This seminar is designed for the small business owner and solopreneur.  Attendees can expect to learn  productivity and organizing principles, how to apply them to analyze current business processes, and identify and implement process improvements their own technical skill set and budget.

Rubina Motta

As a busy professional and mom, Rubina Motta could relate to the feeling of being “at capacity”. Her ability to create order out of chaos was noticed by friends and family and she was often called upon to help them implement ways to make their lives easier and less stressful. After many years of helping people regain control over their lives and business processes, Rubina decided to dedicate herself fully to the Professional Organizing Industry and founded At Capacity – Professional Organizing Services, LLC.

Having nearly 20 years of operations leadership in a corporate environment, Rubina draws on her experience as a seasoned professional. During her career, her primary focus was Process Re-Engineering, Streamlining Systems and Process Improvement. Rubina brings expertise in identifying client requirements and delivering creative solutions, improving productivity and lowering costs.

Rubina has her Bachelor of Arts in Experimental Psychology from Rhode Island College and subsequently completed the Strategic Leadership Curriculum through Babson’s Executive Education Program. Her training and experience in Transactional Lean Principles supports her objective to define and create value from the perspective of the client. She is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) as well as a member of the New England Chapter. Rubina is serving her 4th term on the Board of Directors of NAPO New England, this year stepping in as President.

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