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Recognize Company Improvement with the 2015 Managing for Improvement Award

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPrinting Industries of America is accepting nominations for the 2015 Managing for Improvement Award, which honors outstanding managers in the printing industry who have demonstrated the ability to create real and lasting improvement for their companies. The 2015 recipient will be honored at the 2015 Continuous Improvement Conference, April 12–15, in Minneapolis, MN.

Candidates must have a clear record of leading people, teams, and/or projects to higher levels of performance. Areas of achievement include leadership in the application of continuous improvement practices such as Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, ISO 9001, total quality, and good manufacturing practices. Nominations should provide evidence of measurable improvements in quality, efficiency, productivity, safety, and/or customer satisfaction in either production or service. At least one letter of recommendation is required.

Nominations are open to any individual working for a printing and graphic communications company in the U.S. or Canada. The nomination deadline is February 13, 2015.

In addition to being acknowledged by industry peers at the 2015 Continuous Improvement Conference, the recipient and company will be highlighted in various media releases. Past recipients for the Managing for Improvement Award include William Denzen, general manager of rollfed and Red Rock Technologies business units, Smyth Companies, and Timothy Keran, CEO and owner, Western Graphics.

Click here for more information or download the nomination form today.

 

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