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Lean Manufacturing Webinar Series (All 3 Lean Webinars)

This three-part series will be conducted by professor Kevin Cooper and professor Ken Macro. Regardless of the business strategies that a graphic arts operation or industry supplier chooses to pursue, the most important underlying consideration is a streamlined, efficient, and automated operation. Implementing Lean Manufacturing practices is a requirement for any graphic communication business—including printers and vendors—expecting to not only survive but thrive. This series will provide in-depth insight into how to get started with Lean. For participants who purchase all of the sessions at the same time, a discounted rate of $89 per session is available.

Webinar Dates:

July 15, 2009: Lean Management and Manufacturing

August 26, 2009: Cultural Imperatives in Becoming Lean

September 30, 2009: Sustainability, Lean and Knowledge Management


Webinar Details

When: Anytime - webinar archive playback is available on demand

Where: Anywhere - all that is required is an Internet connection and a Web browser that supports Flash.

What: Lean Manufacturing Webinar Series (All 3 Lean Webinars) Webinar


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