Jan 13

San Diego, CA

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay

Description: Lean companies are starting to realize that there is a large amount of waste embedded in their non-operations processes, including the IT department and the information systems they support, which impact the entire company. This workshop will provide a framework to enable the IT function to become a working partner with the lean efforts taking place. You’ll be introduced to methods used to identify non-value added activity resulting from your current departmental processes, the data that is collected or not collected, and the information that is distributed. By utilizing the same lean principles and techniques used in operations, this process waste can be changed or eliminated. This workshop introduces the tools and methodology that can be used to dramatically increase capacity in IT internal processes and enable IT personnel to provide better system-wide information optimized for the lean enterprise. Benefits: Participation in this workshop will allow you to: - Learn lean tools and techniques in the IT environment - Modify your information systems and processes to support lean operations flow Identify kaizen event opportunities in IT - Build a plan for lean IT

CIO & CFO’s, information application analysts, accounting managers, cost accountants, purchasing management, planners, lean leaders, administrators

Registration Opens: 12/14/2009 Cost: $800

Contact Name: Olga Flory

ph: 617 871-2900 email: registrar@lean.org

Company Info:

Lean Enterprise Institute

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