Friday, 19 February 2010

Essential LEAN Management - Thriving not just surviving

eBECS and S A Partners invite you to attend a fascinating event that explores how to use the LEAN Iceberg Model to significantly improve your business performance, and so change LEAN from a short-lived programme to "the way we do things around here".

Your host for the event is Professor Peter Hines, Chairman of the LEAN Enterprise Research Centre at Cardiff University (LERC), who is a respected thought-leader in LEAN business improvement. His fascinating theory is that implementing LEAN is rather like looking at an iceberg - it's also what you cannot see!

The event is a valuable source of learning for businesses of all sizes and sectors. It is particularly relevant to senior managers and LEAN champions in organisations that are about to embark - or have already embarked upon - their LEAN journey and have identified issues around the sustainability of their change programme.

At this event Professor Peter Hines will enable you to:
· Gain a better understanding of what LEAN really is
· Network with others that face the same challenges
· Learn what you need to do to sustain a LEAN journey
· Develop the basis of your own action plan
· Raise your issues with award-winning leaders in LEAN thinking
· Get your own copy of the Shingo Prize winning book: Staying Lean: Not Just Surviving

At this seminar you will receive information regarding some of the latest thinking in LEAN management and you will be able to develop your own senior executive network.

The event takes place on 11 March 2010 in Kenilworth and, as the sponsor, eBECS is able to offer places at a reduced price of £145 + VAT (25% less than the usual £195 + VAT). There are a limited number of spaces so please reply to me or call Clair Munro on 01443 844 048 to confirm your place. For more information please see the event booking form.

I hope to see you there.

Thanks - Stephen Wilson
07775 571110

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