Available dates

Oct 12—16, 2020
5 days
Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
USD 4500
USD 900 per day

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About the course

This course will teach you the core principles of Lean enterprise blended with the Theory of Constraints so that you can build a total business strategy that focuses on customers, processes, and people. It is intended for COOs down to plant managers who see the need to minimize waste and maximize flow not only in their manufacturing processes, but across the enterprise.

Key Benefits

  • Participate in hands-on simulations that illustrate the principles specific to blending Lean plus the Theory of Constraints.
  • Learn how to integrate these principles throughout the value stream, including suppliers and distributors. Experience powerful, hands-on simulations designed to integrate your learnings.
  • Understand the power of throughput accounting versus cost accounting.

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Kenneth Gilbert

Kenneth Gilbert, a Professor and Program Chairman, holds a B.S. degree in Mathematics from Berea College, an M.S. in Mathematics from the University of Tennessee, and a Ph.D. in Management Science from the University of Tennessee. Gilbert has published articles in numerous journals, including Ma...

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Keith Leitner

Keith A. Leitner is a lecturer in the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee. In his role at the Graduate and Executive Education area, Keith has created and is the Lead Faculty on several programs including Lean Enterprise Systems Design Institute, Lean for Shop Floor Operatio...

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Mandyam Srinivasan

Mandyam Srinivasan joined the faculty in 1992. His current research interests are in performance modeling and evaluation of manufacturing systems. His teaching interests include performance evaluation, lean production systems design and operation, and supply chain management. Mandyam M. Srinivas...

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