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3 Ways to Follow the 2014 Lean Transformation Summit

by Lean Leaper
March 4, 2014

3 Ways to Follow the 2014 Lean Transformation Summit

by Lean Leaper
March 4, 2014 | Comments (0)

1. Live Stream the Summit!

Bring the 2014 Lean Transformation Summit to your gemba! This year LEI will broadcast the summit online. so you and your team can attend virtually. By purchasing streaming access you can:

  • Ask questions of the speakers
  • View all the plenary and keynote presentations live
  • View select Breakout and Learning Sessions live
  • Access on-demand video of all the sessions and presentations after the event, for a full year

In times when travel budgets are being trimmed or cut altogether, virtual attendance offers a great value. Even if you can't attend or watch live, on-demand viewing lets you start and stop watching at your convenience and share presentations with your colleagues. REGISTER NOW before the Summit begins Wednesday morning!

2. Follow The Lean Post’s Live Blog!

Tom Ehrenfeld, a senior editor with The Lean Enterprise Institute, will be live blogging this year’s Summit, sharing his insights, questions, observations, and lessons learned on all plenaries and learning sessions he can possibly attend. In addition to editing six Shingo Research Award winning books, Ehrenfeld is author of The Startup Garden: How Growing a Business Grows You and a widely respected author/editor in the lean and business community. He’s been published in The New York Times, Newsweek, Fortune, Inc. and Harvard Business Review, among other publications. Thank you Tom for live blogging the Summit! Follow the blog here on The Lean Post and via @leandotorg and @tomehrenfeld on Twitter. Follow the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #lean14!

3. Read Up On This Year’s Featured Companies and Speakers:

GE

Ingersoll Rand

Cardinal Health

Food Bank for New York City

John Shook

The views expressed in this post do not necessarily represent the views or policies of The Lean Enterprise Institute.
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