NOVACES Announces Key Role in the Velocity World Conference 2008

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The program will focus on the best ways to integrate Lean, Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints to achieve continuous system improvement.

This conference takes the road to continuous system improvement to a new level by showing how to practically and seamlessly integrate the Six Sigma roadmap and tools with Lean principles and TOC

To demonstrate the benefits of integrating Lean, Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints, NOVACES, Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC) and AGI-Goldratt Institute will present the most effective way to use these methodologies together to achieve the best bottom-line results for any enterprise's improvement investment.

The Velocity World Conference on TOC, Lean and Six Sigma is a continuation of past successful global conferences on TOC presented since 1990 by AGI, the Goldratt Institute. Beginning in 2005, NOVACES, DRC and AGI have collaborated to develop a breakthrough approach to continuous and sustained organizational improvement via the synergy of TOC, Lean and Six Sigma methodologies.

During three days of intensive sessions and workshops, experts will share the details of their integration story, as well as on TOC, supported with case studies and informative practice on real projects.

"This conference takes the road to continuous system improvement to a new level by showing how to practically and seamlessly integrate the Six Sigma roadmap and tools with Lean principles and TOC," says CEO Bahadir Inozu, Ph.D. of NOVACES. Attendees also will gain insight into TOC Project Management,(also known as Critical Chain), that provides a Project Management organization with the techniques to rapidly improve performance against its commitments.

The Velocity World Conference will be held April 14-17, 2008 at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, with a pre-conference scheduled for April 14. Registration is open. For program details and registration information, click here.

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