Time To Use Lean In Your Business Processes?

Lean has made remarkable progress on the factory floor and is now moving across companies into the business processes. At The Lean Enterprise Institute's Business Process Summit: Applying Lean Thinking Across the Enterprise, taking place June 8-10, 2005 in Boston, executives can learn how to adapt tools like value-stream mapping, kaizen events, standardized work, flow, leveling -- and even model cells -- to non-production value streams.

Presentations include:

  • "Thriving on Variety: Implementing Lean in an MRO Environment" by Pratt & Whitney
  • "The Office Also is a Gemba! Deploying Lean in Support and Professional Office Processes" by General Motors
  • "Accelerating Change by Combining Value-Stream Management and Six Sigma" by Wellmark

To register visit http://www.lean.org/Summits/SummitDescription.cfm?EventId=74


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