San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Inland NW Consortium for Operational Excellence (INWCOE) would like to invite you to a sharing event hosted by Pearson Packaging Systems.
Pearson began using Kaizen techniques 13 years ago, and they were key to launching Pearson's continuous improvement program. Join us to learn more about how they began, and set a foundation for a culture change that has been critical to Pearson’s success.
Every continuous improvement program faces a plateau where it’s time to change your approach. As Pearson’s processes matured, the need was clear for more sophisticated statistical analysis. Join us to learn more about collecting and analyzing metrics to push through the plateau!
The appeal of continuous improvement may be difficult to get your colleagues excited about, unless you’re surrounded by like minded improvement fanatics! : ) Come find out how Pearson maintains their program with active participation from all over the company, using recognition, gameification, and weekly 5s audits.
- Corporate overview
- Facility tour
- Lean principles & the Kaizen methodology
- Outsourcing parts fabrication
- Focus on Six Sigma
- Scaling up for future growth
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John Dunlop - john.dunlop@ExoticMetals.com
John Dunlop is an Operational Excellence Leader for Exotic Metals, an aerospace supplier located in Airway Heights, WA.
One of the key aspects of Mr. Dunlop's position is continuous improvement of business and production processes using operational excellence techniques including Lean and Theory of Constraints.
Mr. Dunlop also enjoys helping people learn as an Adjunct Professor for Eastern Washington University in the College of Business and Public Administration .