Continuous Process Improvement Symposium Scheduled for May

OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University Continuing Education and the College of Applied Science and Technology, together with Control Point Technologies, will host the 2007 Continuous Process Improvement Symposium May 8-10 at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, Utah (1651 N. 700 West).

The symposium will focus on the need for organizations to make small changes to gradually improve. The latest developments in Lean, Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints also will be discussed. Presenters include Robert E. Fox, who founded the Theory of Constraints Center, Inc., Reza M. Pirasteh, director of operations excellence and continuous process improvement for Sanmina-SCI Corporation, and William D. Best, who oversees the Critical Chain Project Management Implementation Project at Warner Robins Air Force Base in Georgia.

Faculty members from WSU, Brigham Young University, Southern Utah University, Utah State University and Washington State University also will make presentations at the symposium.

Registration fees, which start at $195, vary depending on sessions attended. For best rates, participants should register before April 30. Visit weber.edu/cpi or call (801) 626-6516 for more information.

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Contact:
Richard Conroy, Continuing Education program administrator
(801) 626-8564 • rconroy@weber.edu
Author:
Travis Clemens, assistant director of Media Relations
(801) 626-7948 • travisclemens@weber.edu