We are now only a month away from the Lean Accounting Summit in Orlando, September 27-28. Rooms at the conference hotel, the Disney Yacht and Beach Club Resort, are selling out fast. Registration is on track to be a record as well.
We believe this is one of the premier lean events of the year, so much so that Superfactory is one of the sponsors. Any organization that attempts a lean transformation eventually runs into problems created by traditional accounting methods. Last year hundreds of companies, large and small, public and private, learned how to confront and change those methods. They learned how lean accounting can (and must) be compatible with GAAP standards.
This year’s Summit has a spectacular agenda of workshops, presentations, and presenters. Regular Evolving Excellence and Superfactory readers already know some of them… such as one of our blog authors and my co-author, Bill Waddell, and Shingo Prize winner and regular Superfactory contributor Bob Emiliani. Several of my fellow AME board members, such as Jean Cunningham, Mike Bremer, and Doc Hall will also be presenting. Mark DeLuzio, who created Danaher’s lean business system, will deliver a presentation on strategy deployment. Art Byrne and Orry Fiume, who lead the Wiremold lean transformation chronicled in Bob Emiliani’s Shingo Prize winning Better Thinking, Better Results, will be keynoters.
A great lineup, and great tracks ranging from the basics of lean accounting to implementation methods and case studies. I’ll be there again this year, and would be interested in meeting fellow Evolving Excellence readers and Superfactory supporters.
I look forward to seeing you there. Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn from the best about how to mitigate one of the most difficult barriers to an effective lean transformation. Register now.