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2006 Lean Accounting Summit
Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL
Starts on September 21, 2006
"Bridging the Gap Between Lean and Accounting"
The Lean Accounting Summit is a movement of professionals that recognize the gap that exists between traditional accounting methods and the Lean Enterprise. Lean improvements are often not reflected on the balance sheet, so some of the brightest accounting and lean minds will tackle this issue and help bridge the gap between lean and accounting.
Last year's inaugural Summit was a sell-out with more than 300 in attendance. We're expecting that number to increase significantly this year. Don't be left out of this emerging movement that WILL impact lean and how we account for it. Jim Womack will keynote the event that includes more than 20 thought-leaders in this arena.
There are a growing number of workshops and seminars available on the subject of Lean Accounting. Why attend the Summit? This is the ONLY place where you will find the majority of the lean accounting subject-matter experts. Instead of hearing from one or two of them in a workshop, hear from more than 20 at the Summit! The Summit is an elite event that provides a high-energy, motivational charge for participants.
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The Summit will have the most impact if your organization brings representatives from finance and operations. A healthy discussion and collaboration between these groups is key to transformation. A diverse audience will participate in the 2006 Summit, including...