The IIE Engineering Lean and Six Sigma Conference is for people in every type of business because every type of business needs process and quality improvement. Whether you’re in aviation, banking, communications, education, healthcare, hospitality, government, manufacturing, nonprofit or retail – if you're involved in a project aimed at reducing costs and improving quality, this conference is for you.
"Excellent value with shared learning from world-class speakers and exceptional networking with peers."
"Great eye-opener! Glad to see sponsors to talk with. Great exposure to expertise."
"A really good conference to attend. I found many interesting items to follow-up on from each presentation that I sat through."
"The tour was super. It was like seeing 'Lean Heaven,' which one might expect from a Toyota facility."
– Comments from conference evaluations filled out by attendees
A facility tour of The Louisville Slugger Museum was one of three facility tours offered to attendees of ELSS 2012. The Louisville Slugger Museum is a museum and factory where Louisville Slugger baseball bats are created and baseball’s history is preserved. The Louisville Slugger is the official bat of Major League Baseball.
Glenn Uminger, Toyota executive in residence at the University of Kentucky, speaks to ELSS 2012 attendees on Oct. 2. Uminger was one of five keynote speakers featured at the conference. Also speaking during the three-day event were Mark Shirkness, general manager – distribution for GE Appliances; Marcia Brey, warehouse and logistics manager – distribution with GE Appliance and Lighting; Tejas Gandhi, Ph.D., assistant vice president of management engineering and lean with Virtua; and Brent Stucker, Ph.D., professor of industrial engineering at the University of Louisville.
Future stakes could be higher for you by attending this informative webinar to preview the educational and networking opportunities at the Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2012 in October. The knowledgeable panelists on this webinar will get you out of the “starting gate” and focus on engineering lean and Six Sigma practices, fundamentals and management buy-in.
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