(Sydney, Australia) – Worldwide software provider, Cincom Systems of Australia (www.cincom.com.au), and Level 5 Lean (www.level5lean.com.au) are joining to present a daylong seminar on Lean Leadership, Wednesday, 24 August 2011 at the Stamford Grand North Ryde. The seminar will be conducted by Level 5 Lean Director, Grant Forsdick, with Cincom Systems serving as host. Level 5 Lean is considered to be a national leader in Lean business consulting. A similar seminar was conducted by Cincom Systems and Level 5 last April 2011.
The 24 August seminar will be limited to 30 people, so interested companies or individuals should register as soon as possible. The cost is $150 per person for early bird registration, which ends 7 August, and the regular door price of $250 per person including participant materials, morning and afternoon tea, lunch and drinks. The event will run from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. To register, call 1 800 022 871 and ask for Sheryl, or register online at http://leanleadershipseminar.eventbrite.com/.
“The previous event proved extremely successful and attracted a large amount of interest from senior people wishing to learn more about Lean techniques,” said Greg Mills of Cincom Systems Australia. He added, “This workshop is an ideal introduction regardless of whether you are a manufacturer, a financial institution or a government organisation. Cincom, as a provider of Lean software, is committed to promoting Lean techniques as a way of accelerating productivity improvements within businesses.”
In this workshop, Level 5 Lean will demonstrate how to develop an effective framework to improve business-competitive capabilities in a sustainable manner by applying the world’s best practices in Lean-thinking principles and change management. This is a hands-on workshop, and participants will develop practical action points to take back to their businesses. Additional breakout sessions will also provide the opportunity to share your experiences informally with other professionals.
“We are regularly approached by leaders wanting to know how to apply Lean-thinking principles in a manner that will result in sustainable business improvements,” said Grant Forsdick of Level5Lean. He added, “Culture change is at the heart of sustainable business improvements, and Level5Lean has developed an effective approach that combines both a strategic and operational approach to business improvements that deliver capabilities that underpin higher levels of business performance supported by a culture of excellence”.
Grant has over 20 years of experience in manufacturing and more specifically has been successful in managing large-scale organisational change through implementation of Lean thinking and world-class manufacturing and services best-practice concepts.
About Level 5 Lean
Lean 5 Lean provides strategic direction and training for executive teams preparing for and implementing organisational change associated with the introduction of Lean-thinking philosophies in the manufacturing and service industries. The company focuses on sustainable business improvements through the development of internal capabilities throughout the business to support improved performance.
About Cincom Systems
Cincom Systems of Australia is a wholly owned subsidiary of US-based Cincom Systems. For over 40 years, Cincom’s problem-solving software, services and people have helped thousands of companies all over the world grow and manage their businesses. The Australian subsidiary, established in 1975, services both Australia and New Zealand and includes Australian customers, Royal Australian Mint, ASC, Thales, CSL, Manly Windows, Campbell Scientific, SMC and TAD. For more information about Cincom’s products and services, contact Cincom at 1 800 022 871 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Sheryl Boral Jaber
Cincom Australia Marketing Department