It’s rare that you think of "accounting" and "excitement" together. But that’s exactly what will occur in less than two weeks at the Lean Accounting Summit down in Orlando.
Companies on the lean transformation journey soon learn that traditional accounting practices stand between them and their ultimate lean goals. Similarly lean improvements are often not reflected on the balance sheet, which hinders the justification of lean activities to traditional executives. You’ve read Bill’s insightful posts on the subject, and if you’re smart you’ve also picked up Bill’s book, Rebirth of American Industry.
This is important. Take a couple days out of your schedule later this month and join Bill and I, and 30 other presenters, to learn about the financial side of lean.
Keynoters include some of the top smart guys in the world of lean: Jim Womack, Richard Schonberger, and Norman Bodek.
The agenda is built around four tracks, depending on your experience with lean accounting: the basics, developing lean cost management, the lean enterprise, and applied lean accounting. Individual presentations and workshops in each track focus on lean performance measurement, strategy deployment, lean economic models, great opportunities, and several company case studies.
You even get a complimentary ticket to Walt Disney World for each evening! We hope to see you there.