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2018 Continuous Improvement Conference Call for Speakers

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What makes the Continuous Improvement (CI) Conference a hit year after year is the truth telling! Figuring out how to engage employees to reach performance goals, choosing the right improvement tools, and recovering from setbacks are the reality of being a CI-driven printing company. Presenters share their experiences—good and bad—and learn from other attendees. As we prepare for our 2018 event, we are searching for printing companies willing to discuss their CI achievements.

 

What makes the Continuous Improvement (CI) Conference a hit year after year is the truth telling! Figuring out how to engage employees to reach performance goals, choosing the right improvement tools, and recovering from setbacks are the reality of being a CI-driven printing company. Presenters share their experiences—good and bad—and learn from other attendees. As we prepare for our 2018 event, we are searching for printing companies willing to discuss their CI achievements.

 

The 2018 CI Conference will be held April 8-11 in Chicago, Illinois. It is the ideal place for individuals to share experiences with leadership, culture, specific processes and tools (5S, quick makeready, etc.), automation, and HR practices that help achieve operational excellence. Speakers can be top executives or operations/production/process improvement managers leading CI initiatives.

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If you’ve learned valuable lessons in implementing Lean and other CI strategies, I encourage you to consider sharing them at the top conference of its kind for our industry. Visit our Call for Speakers page or contact Jim Workman at [email protected] or 412-259-1710 for the details and benefits of speaking.

 

Read more about the conference at ci.printing.org.
 

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