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LeanCor and the University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services have partnered to bring you a ...

LeanCor and the University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services have partnered to bring you a
three-day workshop of interactive learning based on real world lean supply chain experience. Lecture,
break out exercises, group discussion, video and simulations will all be used to support various learning
styles, repeatedly engage students, and increase knowledge comprehension and retention.



Define the Future State of Your Operations.

* Learn the fundamentals of lean and the tools needed to understand and analyze the current state of your operations.
* Apply lean theories, principles, and tools to develop, implement, and sustain the future state of your supply chain and logistics network.
* Utilize structured problem-solving and project management tools for today’s global logistics challenges.
* Walk away with a defined continuous improvement project for your workplace.
* Understand the impact of strategic decisions from a total cost point of view.

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    • Continuous Improvement andThe Lean Supply Chain A three-dAy workshop for Applying leAn principles to improve logistics And supply chAin operAtions. nov 8-10, 2010 | gAtlinburg, tn LeanCor and the University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services have partnered to bring you a three-day workshop of interactive learning based on real world lean supply chain experience. Lecture, break out exercises, group discussion, video and simulations will all be used to support various learning styles, repeatedly engage students, and increase knowledge comprehension and retention. Define the Future State of Your Operations. Learn the fundamentals of lean and the tools needed to understand and analyze the current state of your operations. • Apply lean theories, principles, and tools to develop, implement, and sustain the future state of your supply chain and logistics network. • Utilize structured problem-solving and project management tools for today’s global logistics challenges. • Walk away with a defined continuous improvement project for your workplace. • Understand the impact of strategic decisions from a total cost point of view. *Participants are responsible for their own travel. Location About UT-CIS Clarion Inns & Suites The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services (UT- 1100 Parkway CIS) is an agency of the Institute for Public Service (IPS), and is Gatlinburg, TN 37738 the Manufacturing Extension Partner (MEP) for the state. UT-CIS 1-800-993-0777 improves the competitiveness of local industry to provide good www.clariongatlinburg.com jobs and a high quality of life for Tennesseans through education and consulting. Price $1895 10% Discount for SME, APICS, ISM, CSCMP, ASQ Members About LeanCor Register LeanCor is the only Third Party Logistics Provider (3PL) wholly http://www.cis.tennessee.edu/training/lean/logistics.shtml or call 1-888-763-7439 dedicated to the application of lean principles throughout the supply chain’s functions. Its three service categories (training, consulting, logistics operations) are designed to support companies Special Hotel Room Rate Request the “UT Lean Room Block” for $70/night at in their effort to eliminate organizational waste, drive down Clarion Inns & Suites! cost, and increase global competitive advantage. *Participants are responsible for their own travel.