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Printing Industries of America Announces Keynotes for the 2016 Continuous Improvement Conference

Friday, December 04, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, December 3, 2015—Printing Industries of America (PIA) announces the keynote speakers for the 2016 Continuous Improvement Conference. Robert Martichenko, LeanCor; David Mann, David Mann Lean Consulting; Nick Pinchuk, Snap-On, Inc.; Dr. Darin Eich, Innovation Learning LLC; and Charlie Eitel, WS Packaging Group will deliver the featured presentations at the conference on April 10–13, 2016, at the Milwaukee Hilton City Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
These high-profile keynote speakers will join 30 other speakers and panelists addressing topics related to operational excellence and the use of Lean Manufacturing and other management and quality systems. See below for a list of keynote session titles. You can also visit ci.printing.org/program/keynote-speakers for full session descriptions.
Martichenko — People Leadership: Building, Managing, and Sustaining Excellent Organizations
Mann — Creating a Lean Culture
Pinchuk — Continuous Improvement as a Competitive Weapon
Eich — Learning to Innovate
Eitel — Teambuilding Your Way to Results
“We’re thrilled to bring some of the best minds in operational excellence to the 2016 Continuous Improvement Conference,” said Jim Workman, vice president, Center for Technology and Research, Printing Industries of America. “We’ve had wonderful keynote speakers over the years; however, I believe this is our strongest lineup to date.”
The event, presented in partnership with SGIA, is ideal for any graphic communications company looking for practical ways to reduce operational costs, speed throughput, and increase customer satisfaction. It is ideal for executives and managers playing a vital role in driving operational excellence. For more information on the 2016 Continuous improvement Conference, visit ci.printing.org.


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