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A1 - Get It Done: Applying Lean Six Sigma Principles to Streamline Your Accounting Process 
Date/Time:
June 29, 2015   10:30am - 11:45am
 
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Strategic business decisions within the construction industry require accurate and timely financial information. Is your company struggling to make data-driven decisions in a fast-paced environment? Are you duplicating processes and looking to improve efficiencies? In this highly interactive session you will learn how to apply Lean Six Sigma to your accounting processes, and use a detailed toolkit to help identify inefficiencies and initiate process improvement in a proven and systematic way.

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn about Lean Six Sigma, the nine categories of waste, and how to eliminate them.
  • Evaluate one contractor’s use of Lean Six Sigma to reduce the financial closing time from 60-90 days to 15 days.
  • Understand the tools to employ these methodologies in your accounting department to expedite data-driven strategic business decisions in a fast-paced environment.
  • Apply the Lean Six Sigma supplier, input, process, output, and customer (SIPOC) process to identify specific areas that need improvement within your accounting department.
  • Complete a project charter to initiate your improvement plan in a proven and systematic way.
 


 
 
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