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Lean Performance Measurements Workshop
05/12/2016 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
As the saying goes, “What you get is what you measure.” Your
measurements need to be well designed, simple, visual, timely, and relevant to everybody in the company. Your measurements are also designed to drive lean thinking and lean behaviors, so that continuous improvement is built into your day-to-day, week-by-week work. In this Lean Performance Measurements workshop you will learn how to design a lean measurement system that truly reflects your company’s strategies and goals. You will learn how to design lean metrics at every level within the organization, and how to use those metrics to prosper and improve your company.
Specific Topics Include:
* Why Lean Performance Measurements are Important
* Creating a Lean Performance Measurements Linkage Chart
* Corporate Level Measurements
* Value Stream Level – Designing and Using
* Cell and Process Level Measurements
* Administrative Department Measurements
* How to Introduce and Use Lean Performance Measures
* Hands-on exercises to aid in learning
Who Should Attend: The Lean Performance Measurement workshop is designed for company executives, senior managers, operational and administrative employees, accountants, and lean specialists. The outcome of the class is a hands-on understanding of why lean performance measurements are important, and how to make them a practical reality in your company.
About the Presenter: Brian Maskell, President, BMA Inc. is a leading consultant in the field of Lean Accounting. He started his consulting firm in 1992 and over the last 20 years has assisted client companies to introduce advanced accounting, finance, performance measurements and strategic business change. These clients include Boston Scientific,
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Lockheed Martin, The Boeing Company, Parker Hannifin, Nestle, Novartis Pharmaceutical and many other organizations in the US, Europe, South America and the Far East.
Cost: $75 Western Mass APICS Chapter Members, $100 for APICS Members, and $125 for Non-members