This session introduces the work of Jens Rasmussen and James Reason in their analysis of the way people think and approach problem solving. This provides insight into the sources and nature of human error which can be immensely valuable in failure analysis and error-proofing, both for safety and quality improvement.
Building on a more systematic understanding of waste from the first workshop, acquaint yourself next with some of the ways in which waste can be tackled. What cannot be eliminated must always be reduced, combined or moderated, steadily improving the value proposition to your customer, much as your own safety and morale.
- Understand Critical Metrics for a More Proactive Recruiting Strategy
- Metrics for Measurable Outcomes in Manufacturing HR: Industry Workforce Trends for the Future
- Measuring Online Presence & Performance
- Metrics That Drive Retention
This session introduces the concepts of lean supply and how lean supply, enabled by technology, can be used to manage the supply chain challenges of global corporations. It highlights key some of the key principles of lean supply like supply chain visibility, velocity and agility.
BIO: Mr. Joseph LaMantia, CFPIM, CIRM, CPA, is the President of e-Ventus Corporation, a lean supply chain and ERP consulting firm with over 225 clients that focuses on adding value through the implementation of transformational agile and lean supply solutions. He has over twenty-five years of experience in the consulting industry with engagements in lean supply, supply chain digitalization, digital transformation, lean manufacturing, strategic planning, system integration, enterprise resource planning (ERP) system deployment, and agile system development.