Join Robert Martichenko in this live, 1-hour webinar as he discusses his lessons learned while practicing Lean thinking to connect extended enterprises in the new world of constant disruption. Both reflective and forward looking, Robert will examine how today's business leaders should focus on the end-to-end supply chain and utilize systems thinking in order to drive effective decisions that lead to discovering hidden profit.
You Will Learn
- Systems thinking: how to view a business from a horizontal, holistic perspective
- The "perfect order" and the "ten rights:" how to drive leadership dialogue and improvement activities based on connected decision making across the core processes of the business
- Results-based operating principles and management methods: base organizational development strategy around connecting the core processes: business strategy, product management, sales and marketing, and supply chain operations (the engine of business performance)
Who Should Attend
- Owners, CEOs, presidents of printing and converting companies
- General and plant managers
- Operations and manufacturing managers
- Quality, Lean, and CI directors
Founder and CEO
LeanCor Supply Chain Group
Robert Martichenko is a well-known speaker, consultant, and author on operational excellence, leadership, and operations management. He has spent over 25 years learning and implementing Lean manufacturing concepts and tools with a focus on end-to-end supply chain management across a wide array of industries.
He has written several business books, most recently, Discovering Hidden Profit. His other books include two Shingo Research award-winning books: People: A Leader's Day-to-Day Guide to Building, Managing, and Sustaining Lean Organizations and Building a Lean Fulfillment Stream. Additionally, Robert is the author of Everything I Know About Lean I Learned in First Grade and Lean Six Sigma Logistics.
Robert is familiar with the printing industry, having keynoted our 2016 Continuous Improvement Conference.
This webinar is being presented in support of the 2019 Continuous Improvement Conference, April 14-17 in Dallas. The conference is the only annual industry event that helps companies pursue operational excellence by applying Lean manufacturing and other management approaches.