The Lean Division of IISE is launching its seventh industry best practice award and welcomes applications from organizational teams for the Lean Division Best Practice Award 2017.
The Lean Division Best Practice Award recognizes organizations for innovative and effective implementation of lean principles and practices that deliver exemplary business performance improvement. IISE will conduct the award competition to promote successful implementation of lean by recognizing best in class industries and sharing their stories with others. This is a very prestigious award for a team and their industry.
The award will be bestowed to the top three teams and be presented at the IISE Annual Conference & Expo 2017, May 20-23 in Pittsburgh.
To provide necessary detail and ensure consistency in judging, prepare the narrative portion of the entry according to the respective requirements on the submission form. Your narrative document must be a maximum of five standard pages using a minimum font size of 10 points. Supporting materials or samples may be included if they are directly applicable to your entry, however, they will not be returned. You may also include a support letter from the top management highlighting the scope, impact and sustainability of the lean project.
The complete application package is due to the chair of the committee by Feb. 28, 2017. Applicants must send their submissions electronically – preferably as an email attachment. In case of large electronic documents, applicants may upload them in an online repository (i.e. www.yousendit.com) and provide the access to the chair of the committee. Finalists will be notified by March 6, 2017. Submit your applications to email@example.com.
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First Place:Nikhil Pal, Roland Tang and Sanjeeve VermaJabil Circuit Singapore Pte. Ltd."Lean Culture Transformation - Next Level"
Second Place:Emmanual Joseph and KW ChangJabil Circuit Penang, Malaysia"Solder Dross Recycling Process Optimization"
Third Place:Sreekanth Ramakrishnan and Michael TestaniIBM Corporation"Integrating Lean and Agile Practices to Accelerate Change Efforts"
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