Keeping your Business in the U.S.A., Profit Globally While Operating Locally
Are you generating revenues or profits?
Workshop Code: MW-25
Day & Time: Monday, Oct 15, 2012 - 8:00 AM
Length: 4 hours
Cost: $200.00 USD
North America has lost plenty of jobs to foreign manufacturers, and not always because costs prices are lower. While Japan first gained competitive advantage through the low prices for its products, it wasn't long before they were competing on quality and dependability. They had a lot to teach us about the manufacturing process we had dominated for so long. And lean was a big part of what we had to learn. Now companies throughout the world are looking to lean to make them more productive, competitive and profitable. Putting lean to work in our companies can make us more successful, and keep more jobs at home. This workshop will give you the knowledge you need to keep local manufacturing alive and profitable.
In this workshop:
- Understand how to keep work local while growing and profiting globally.
- Know where you and your organization need to improve.
- Understand what makes companies successful.
- Learn the top seven business recipes of successful manufacturers.
- Know where to go and what to do next.
- Become a competitive business right here in North America.
University of Dayton, School of EngineeringThe University of Dayton is the No. 1 ranked Catholic University in the United States in engineering research. The University of Dayton's Center for Competitive Change provides educational performance-based, lean learning events that help organizations become successfully positioned for getting to the future first.
Paul PiechotaPaul Piechota is the director of the Center for Competitive Change at the University of Dayton School of Engineering. Paul has authored over 30 books, his most recent being Keeping Your Business in the U.S.A.: Profit Globally While Operating Locally. Paul has a BSc in system engineering/marketing from Wright State University and an Executive MBA in business performance across global marketplaces from the McGregor School of Management at Antioch College.
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