The Lean Accounting Summit has long served the lean accounting community, by exploring accounting’s role in measuring and motivating lean behaviors. The next several years will be exciting as the Lean Accounting Summit melds with the Lean Management Summit for a robust Lean Accounting & Management Summit. Together we move beyond bridging the gap between accounting and lean operations, and explore bridging the gaps between accounting and the rest of the organization (HR, IT, Sales, R&D, etc.). No matter where you are in your lean accounting understanding, we’ll have something to challenge you and equip you to be a strong lean leader.
Karen Martin, author of The Outstanding Organization, has been quoted, “For decades now, “management” has been synonymous with managing people. Meanwhile, processes, the lifeblood of an organization, remain largely unmanaged.” It’s in this spirit that the Lean Management Summit enters its 2nd year. The Summit seeks to bring organizational leaders from HR, Sales, R&D, and more, to work in concert with Accounting and one another to flow value across the organization… across “silos” of the organization.
September 14-15, 2017
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Lean Accounting & Management Summit
The 2017 Lean Accounting Summit and Lean Management Summit will do a deep dive into the connections and processes organizations use to make superior choices for better decisions on the management and finances of their organization. Learn how successful companies utilize Lean Accounting principles and practices to guide themselves to significantly improved information with more profitable results. Learn how companies execute lean management practices to accelerate their learning leading them to improved business results which greatly increases their competitiveness. Organizations that have learned to be deliberate in their lean management practices and also in their methods of accounting for lean will share what they have learned, what they need to learn, and specifics on their results. Don’t come to copy, but come to learn exactly how to take these successful practices back to your own organizations to create success at home.