Jes Vargas 
DPMG Corp. 
916 760-8380 


Friday September 9, 2011 at 8:30 AM 
Friday September 9, 2011 at 4:45 PM 

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University of Phoenix 
5330 Pirrone Rd
Bldg B
Room 103
Salida, CA 95368

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Lean Principles - Increasing Capability While Eliminating Waste 

Today’s marketplace is forcing organizations to find ways to increase capabilities to meet customer demand while eliminating costly non-value added processes.  Lean concepts, methods, and tools are based on the world's most efficient technology—the Toyota Production System. This system has now been adapted by all types of organizations: engineering, manufacturing, construction, financial, healthcare, insurance, government, retail and the military.   

This one-day session focuses on introducing Lean Thinking as a methodology for identifying and eliminating non-value-added or wasteful processes in an organization. It will help participants define and understand the different types of waste that exist in an organization as viewed by customers. The mix of classroom lecture and simulation will give the participants a firsthand experience in how Lean improves quality, increases productivity and capability while eliminating waste and reducing costs.

Who Should Attend? 

Executive management, Senior management, Mid-level management, Operations and Admin managers. Anybody in a decision-making capacity that leads or influence organizations.


$55.00 per participant

This one-day session includes workshop materials, continental breakfast and afternoon snack. Participants will need to make arrangements for lunch. Seating is limited for this session, please enroll early.

For more information please visit our website: www.dpmgcorp.com

University of Phoenix is a trade name and registered trademark of the Apollo Group, Inc. Its use herein by DPMG Corp. to identify the event location is not intended to imply affiliation with, sponsorship or endorsement of the event by University of Phoenix or Apollo Group, Inc.