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Productivity Managers' Network

The Productivity Managers' Network is comprised of employee representatives from each County department, who have been designated as Quality and Productivity Managers by their department heads.

Among the benefits of being a Network Manager is the opportunity to participate in training conferences and seminars. The Network is at the informational forefront of County quality and productivity methods; has the opportunity to expand knowledge; and can be a catalyst in their own department.

The managers serve as a liaison between the Quality and Productivity Commission and his/her department. They also represent his/her department to various QPMN, QPC Committees, and other departments.

Productivity Manager Charters

Productivity Manager Handbook

Productivity Manager Roster

2017 PMN Executive Committee
Chair: Jennifer Coultas, Child Support

Executive Advisor: Stephanie Maxberry, Community and Senior Services

1st Vice-Chair: Catherine Mak, Public Health

2nd Vice-Chair: Hsiao-Ching Chen, Regional Planning

PQA Co-Chairs: Elizabeth Mendez, Parks and Recreation, and Elisa Vasquez, Community Development Commission/Housing Authority

Education and Training Chair: Kimberly Lyman, Public Works, and Inna Sarac, Medical Examiner/Coroner

Productivity Investment Board (PIB) Advisory Committee: Susan Linschoten, Chair, Auditor-Controller
2017 Upcoming General Meetings
May 1, 2017 (Agricultural Commissioner/Weights and Measures) 
August 2, 2017 (Evaluation at the Marina)

November 8, 2017 (Location TBD)

December 7, 2017 (PMN Holiday Reception, Hall of Administration, Room 739)

2017 PMN General Meetings

February 22, 2017 (Rosemead Library)

May 1, 2017 (Agricultural Commissioner/Weights and Measures)

August 2, 2017 (Evaluation at the Marina)

November 8, 2017 (TBD)

Productivity Managers’ Network Holiday Reception

The Commission started a new tradition of honoring not only Productivity Managers, but also honoring those managers who have served in the past. The Commission values their service and is always open to their ideas, suggestions, and questions. Spearheaded by Commissioner Jaclyn Tilley Hill, the new “virtual” channel of communication with the alumni will serve as yet another conduit to new ideas and collaborations.