The new workshops will explain how to apply lean principles to product development, sales and marketing, and executive leadership behaviors.
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) September 04, 2012
The nonprofit Lean Enterprise Institute will introduce three new workshops along with seven of its most popular lean management training sessions in Dallas, November 13-15, 2012.
The new workshops will explain how to apply lean principles to product development, sales and marketing, and executive leadership behaviors. They and the other seven workshops are designed to help managers, executives, and continuous improvement professionals overcome the challenges of a companywide lean transformation.
The workshops, which will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sheraton Dallas Downtown, are:
- Change Agent Skills for Lean Implementation Leaders
- Integrating Visual Management Tools and Leader Standard Work
- Key Concepts of Lean
- New! Lean for a Creative Mind: How to Develop Products your Customers Want to Buy
- Managing to Learn: The Use of the A3 Management Process
- Value-Stream Mapping for the Office and Service
- New! Lean in Sales & Marketing
- New! Lean Leadership for Executives
- Lean Problem Solving
- Optimizing Flow in Office and Service Processes
Tuition ranges from $800 to $1600 and includes all participant materials, breakfast, lunch, and snacks each day. Complete details about course content, instructors, discounts, and how to register are at LEI’s Lean Education web page.
Information also is available by email from registrar(at)lean(dot)org or by calling 617-871-2900.
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What Is Lean
The terms lean manufacturing, lean production, or lean management refer to a complete business system for organizing and managing product development, operations, suppliers, customer relations, and the overall enterprise that requires less capital, material, space, time, or human effort to produce products and services with fewer defects to precise customer desires, compared with traditional modern management.
Lean Enterprise Institute
Lean Enterprise Institute, Inc. was founded in 1997 by management expert James P. Womack, Ph.D., as a nonprofit research, education, publishing, and conference company with a mission to advance lean thinking around the world. The Cambridge, MA-based nonprofit conducts research projects and supports other lean initiatives such as the Lean Education Academic Network, the Lean Global Network and the Healthcare Value Network. Visit LEI at http://www.lean.org for more information.