Lean Office – Lean For Business Process Workshop – Melbourne 12 September

Lean Office – Lean For Business Process Workshop

TXM is pleased to present the following workshop in collaboration with our partners, Business Improvement Consultants, Roaring Success.

How do you create a lean office? How is possible that some ­­companies are able reduce waste by 20% to 40%, reduce cost  by tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars, and add value – faster, easier, and be more productive – whilst others find it really tough? TXM will present simple techniques to help you achieve this improvement in your business processes.

Key benefits of attending:

Reduce Waste : Add Value
Learn how to find and evaluate the waste in our business.
Learn how to redesign your processes to increase productivity.
Learn how to slash lead-times and delight your customers.

The session is aimed at companies who wish to reduce the office based waste and add value in their office environments.

It will be of interest to General Managers, Finance Managers, Operations Managers and business owners who need to run their business profitably.

Anthony Clyne, of TXM Lean Solutions, is an expert on lean office improvement. Anthony will explain how participants can achieve fantastic results similar to other companies that he has helped.

His past successes include:

  • Reducing the lead-time for office based staff to take and manage customer ordersfrom a week down to 7 hours (Achieved at a buildings product manufacturer)
  •  Accelerating new product development to launch 400% more new product lines
  • (Achieved at a food retailing company)
  •  Ensuring end of month accounts are 100% accurate and ready by Day 3 at 4pm,
  • without exceeding a 10 hour day
  • (Achieved at an Australian division of a S&P 500 company)

Reduce Waste : Add Value

When:  12th September, 8:30am to noon.
Where:  574 Plummer Street, Port Melbourne.
Full details are in the attachment.

Timothy McLean

Author: Timothy McLean

Timothy McLean is the Managing Director of TXM Lean Solutions and is an author of Lean books.