July 20 and 21, 2017
8:00 am - 4:30 pm both days
Hampton Inn, Colchester
Note: Due to an unfortunate injury suffered by instructor Jerry Solomon, this training session is re-scheduled to the July 2017 dates as above.
Traditional accounting and Lean methods are often at cross purposes. Lean manufacturing principles and methods require a new set of performance measures and accounting information to support the Lean enterprise. This 2-day training will illustrate the value and competitive advantage of Lean principles and practices via a hands-on simulation that includes Lean's impact on operations and financial statements.
This workshop is designed for both manufacturing leaders AND their financial counterparts to encourage a greater level of alignment between Lean operations and accounting. It is highly recommended that CEO's, CFO's, Controllers, Directors of Human Resources, Operations Managers and other leaders from companies committed to Lean transformation (and usually into their Lean journey) attend this informative and valuable session as a team. Click here
to read the full training description.
Our instructor for this valuable session is Jerry Solomon. Before retiring in late 2014, Jerry was the Vice President of Hunt Valley Operations, for MarquipWardUnited, the largest division of the Barry-Wehmiller Companies Inc., the Western Hemisphere's leading packaging automation and converting group. Prior to his leaving the company, the previous 10 years saw MarquipWardUnited's converting division increase its operating income almost four-fold and doubled inventory turns. He has authored three Lean books, two of which won the prestigious Shingo Award: Who's Counting?
and Accounting for World Class Operations
as well as Leading Lean.
Read more of Jerry's bio here