MEM – Mayo Clinic Interactive Case Study Video

The Masters of Engineering Management program, Buckman & Associates, along with ASQ approached us to create a Interactive Case Study video focusing on the Mayo Clinic struggles with “Quality” within their organization and how they overcame the challenges they faced. We were tasked to create an engaging video case study that outlines the issues that the Mayo Clinic faced, how they recognized the problems, and what they did to overcome.

The event last night was a featured part of Dave Semb’s IEMS 402 – Engineering Management class.  Content of the video will come from the event last night, interviews of Stephen J. Swensen, M.D., James A. Dilling, BSIE, CMPE, and Martha McClees of the Mayo Clinic.  We will also have some other insight by Jim Buckman of Buckman & Associates and Bruce Ankenman, Director of the MEM program.

Full crew yesterday included a mix of staff (Stephen Poon, myself), freelancers (Erin Delaney, Dee Lee), and students (Nick Gertonson, Eric Choi).  As usual the camerawork was magnificent, and we are lucky to have these talented and competent people on our team.  See screenshots from the shoot above. All shot with Panasonic AF100 camera, Olympus 35-100mm f2.0, Olympus 14-35mm f2.0.