Best Practices in Lean Service and Transactions (BPLST)
|Event Date/Time: Mar 18, 2006||End Date/Time: Mar 19, 2006|
Cut service operational costs by 35% like Bradford and Bingley plc
Reduce mortgage processing time from 50 days to mere hours like GE Consumer Finance
Drive complete culture change in one of the country’s largest HR Shared Service Centres like Royal Mail
How can you achieve these amazing benchmarks?
Attend six sigma IQs Best Practices in Lean Service and Transactions conference and hear how Bradford and Bingley, GE Consumer Finance and Royal Mail achieved these amazing results with Lean. Plus more than 20 other Lean experts will show you how to gain the support you need for delivering a sustainable Lean culture change.
Drive Lean business transformation with sustainable waste elimination strategies
Win cross-functional buy-in for Lean activities with consistent coaching methods
Shave off erroneous processes by applying Lean to Shared Services, back office and up front business areas you never thought possible
Satisfy your customer’s every last wish with long-term Lean
Who will I meet and who is speaking?
You will be part of a Lean executive pool including professionals with job titles such as:
Value Stream Managers
Heads of Finance
Heads of Shared Services
Heads of Operations
Directors of HR
Directors of Process Improvement
Heads of Business Development
Heads of Quality
Six Sigma Champions
The highest level speaker faculty to date includes Lean experts from the following companies:
GE Consumer Finance
Aeromet International Plc
Bradford & Bingley plc
University of Portsmouth
New York Presbyterian
Catalyst Consulting Ltd
GE Money Bank
Warwick Business School
Don't miss this event because...
It's estimated that the cost of failure in a typical service company is often as much as 40% of its annual spend! How can you trim the fat? Eliminate that waste. Do more with less. GET LEAN! Just attend six sigma IQs Best Practices in Lean Service & Transactions. The only Lean for services and transactions conference of the year will make Lean a PART of your process functionality, rather than something employees do above and beyond their given duties. You can drive a corporate transformation by achieving Lean longevity and sustainability with first class case studies.