The AME International Conference is the largest lean conference in the world. Learning from the insights of world-class, highly successful practitioners who have been there and done that, you are provided with a trusted source of knowledge that you can rely on to confidently make the changes needed to accelerate growth. The leaner processes are and the more engaged people are, the more productive you become and the greater your bottom-line success will be.
Five reasons to attend
1. Practitioner-to-practitioner learning.
What a difference a day makes when you're hearing other practitioners who have endured the same challenges of putting change into action as you have.
2. A trusted source for lean knowledge.
AME is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization. Our sole purpose is to provide a solid, jam-packed, practical and reliable source of lean learning.
3. Networking around best practice.
Building a social network of like-minded people is a key part of the lean journey. Enjoy the long-term rewards gained by expanding your lean learning family.
4. Accelerated lean-learning experience.
AME conferences provide a compressed experience, jam-packed with so much people centric, lean learning that you will be hard-pressed to absorb it all.
5. Borrow with pride.
You learn how innovative yet practical thinking can transform complex challenges. Great lessons learned you can immediately apply to your situation.
The AME Excellence Inside International Conference will draw more than 2,000 attendees for this unique learning experience.
Ensure that your organization is represented in the Learning Resource Center to meet manufacturing executives, senior operations managers and plant engineers who are experts in lean and enterprise excellence - professionals who are qualified buyers and looking for the products and services your company can offer.
The Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME) is the premier organization for the exchange of knowledge in enterprise excellence. Members come together to explore Lean thinking and other enterprise improvement methods, exchange best practices and network in order to advance their careers and improve the competitiveness and overall value of their organizations.
Since our creation as a not-for-profit in 1985, we have grown to represent 4,000 members ranging from executives to senior and middle managers who wish to improve both their organization’s and their personal performance.