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"Lean Management" for Charities. How being "Lean" can help your charity
Mon 17 October 2016, 12:30 – 16:30 BST
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As the background environment throws up significant challenges and hurdles to all within the Charity sector we would like to continue on our Programme of Master Classes with a theme that can benefit all organisations. Lean Management is a management practice originating in the manufacturing sector and now spread through all sectors. The key focus of Lean is improving efficiency by using a variety of techniques which can support a continuous improvement culture.
Barclays have embraced the philosophy of Lean throughout their business and are seeing great success from its adoption. They have kindly agreed to host and lead session to share their expertise on:
- Stages of the Lean Management journey
- Techniques and
- How to embed these processes into your organisation.
We would ask that you arrive from 12:30 for a 1 pm start. The main Barclays reception at the Ground Floor will sign you into the building and give you an Office Pass and from there you will be directed to the Piccadilly Suite on Floor 3 where you will pick up your name badge .
There will be the opportunity to network and soft refreshments will be available.
To read more about previous events please go to our website where you can also be re-directed back to this page to register:
Places are limited for the class and we expect a big demand for this unique opportunity. Please can you ensure that you are able to attend before registering and that, if your circumstances change, you contact The Trust to release your ticket. Please help us to help you.
We warmly invite you and look forward to seeing you on the 29th September. Thank you.
The Cranfield Trust
Registered Charity No: 800072 | Scottish Charity No: SCO40299 | Company No: 2290789 | Telephone No: 01794 830338
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact Alice with any questions on firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Cranfield Trust office who will be happy to help