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Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2011
Atlanta, GA, United States - 12th to 14th September 2011
Conference / congress

Conference Overview
ENGINEERING LEAN AND SIX SIGMA explores the application and theory of lean and Six Sigma from its historical development to its current application. This two-day conference brings together the practitioners and the researchers to share the successes and identify the opportunities for applying proven tools and methods.

Lean and Six Sigma have their roots in industrial engineering. Lean tools are traditionally developed by industrial engineers to improve productivity and eliminate wastes while Six Sigma tools are originally used by engineering to improve quality, reliability and defect level of products and services. Many problem solving tools used in Six Sigma and lean are also basic IE tools: 5S, theory of constraints, structured brainstorming, cause-and-effect, process mapping, preventive control and error proofing.

Come early and attend one of the interactive pre-conference workshops: Adapting Lean in Jobshops or Building a Dream Culture.

The conference will be filled with a variety of activities:

Attend multidisciplinary educational sessions and case studies on all experience levels
Twenty-seven 45-minute industry presentations
Twenty-seven 15-minute academic/research presentations
Informative and knowledgeable Keynote Speakers
Networking Opportunities
Earn Continuing Education Units (1.4 CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (14 PDHs)

12th to 14th September 2011

Westin Atlanta Perimeter North

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