Featured Product
This Week in Quality Digest Live
Quality Insider Features
Hayder Radha
And what that means for the future of self-driving cars
Prashant Yadav
How to build resilient healthcare supply chains
Jonathan Griffin
New standard leads to smoother production in 3D printing
Anisur Rahman
ORNL finds scalable, sustainable approach
David Stevens
Tracking your assets is critical to patient safety

More Features

Quality Insider News
Day and a half workshop to learn, retain, and transfer GD&T knowledge across an organization
Making designs a physical reality with the know-how to make more
Sapphire XC will ship in late Q3 beginning with aerospace companies
Major ERP projects take six months longer than companies were told
Program inspires leaders to consider systems perspective for continuous improvement and innovation

More News

Quality Digest

Quality Insider

Lean Learning Center to Co-Sponsor Lean Conference

Published: Friday, June 11, 2004 - 22:00

The Lean Learning Center will co-sponsor the "Benchmarking Best Practices in Lean Manufacturing" conference with Clemson University, May 25-27 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Lean Learning Center founders and partners Andy Carlino and Jamie Flinchbaugh will serve as the conference moderators. In addition, they will run a preconference workshop, "Lean Assessment--Understanding Current Reality Through a Lean Lens" and open the final day of the conference with "The Roadmap for Lean Transformation."

The conference will provide participants with an opportunity to learn about new tools and techniques beneficial to burgeoning lean practices. Presenting companies will include two Shingo Prize recipients and two Industry Week magazine top-10 plant winners. The conference will also feature a tour of ALCOA’s Mt. Holly manufacturing facility.

For more information about the conference or to register, click here.


About The Author

Quality Digest’s picture

Quality Digest

For 40 years Quality Digest has been the go-to source for all things quality. Our newsletter, Quality Digest, shares expert commentary and relevant industry resources to assist our readers in their quest for continuous improvement. Our website includes every column and article from the newsletter since May 2009 as well as back issues of Quality Digest magazine to August 1995. We are committed to promoting a view wherein quality is not a niche, but an integral part of every phase of manufacturing and services.