Course 1: Building the Lean Supply Chain Problem Solver: September 18-20, 2012
Course 2: Building the Lean Supply Chain Professional: October 16-18, 2012
Course 3: Building the Lean Supply Chain Leader: November 13-15, 2012
Focusing on building the lean supply chain professional, this international program changes how supply chain professionals think, act, and lead by teaching them to develop and implement strategic and tactical elements of lean principles in the supply chain. The program results in reducing the total cost of the supply chain.
FREE one-hour webinars are available to learn more about lean problem solving, lean supply chain management and lean leadership. Click here to access the archives and participate in future webinars.
“I am only half way through the series and I am already able to apply the principals and tools I have learned back at my company,” said Derek Quinn, Service Manager at Big Freight Systems. “I’m looking forward to finishing the program and being able to share my knowledge not only with those in my organization, but with companies we service as well.”
“Successful organizations going forward will be those that focus on the customer, eliminate all non value added activities, reduce lead times and inventories, and build leaders who can navigate the supply chain from a cross-functional perspective.” Robert Martichenko, senior course lecturer and CEO of LeanCor, added that “when lean is successfully implemented in the supply chain, revenue will go up and costs will go down. This is the model of margin management and cash flow improvement required for today’s success.”
For more information on these courses or to register, call at 404-894-2343 or visit http://www.scl.gatech.edu/professional-education/LEAN/
About The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute
The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) at Georgia Tech University is the world’s largest supply chain and logistics research and education enterprise, globally recognized for its breadth and depth in supply chain and logistics expertise. A unit of Georgia Tech’s # 1 Ranked H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, SCL has sixty years of active collaboration with industry.