Invitation to the Manufacturing Accounting Excellence Workshop

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Would you like to discover how LEAN principles can help your organization improve? Or, would you like to accelerate your LEAN journey by integrating your financial and administrative professionals into your continuous improvement initiatives?

The Montana Manufacturers Extension Center is excited to offer a unique, full-day of LEAN training workshops in Billings on June 15. The morning session will be our popular LEAN 101: LEAN Lego workshop.

Through engaging, hands-on exercises, you’ll identify ways to continuously improve processes and create more value for customers without negatively impacting company resources.The afternoon session will be our new LEAN Accounting workshop for finance and accounting professionals. As a follow-up to LEAN 101, Lean Accounting offers corresponding tools to better understand and manage costs, eliminate waste, and identify the full impact of Lean process improvements. Now is the time to take the first step, or to take your LEAN improvements to the next level!

When: Thursday, June 15, 2023
8:00 am – 12:00 pm (Session 1)
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm (Session 2)

Where: Rock 31
Room: Builder Event Space
201 N Broadway
Billings, MT 59101

Learn more and register now:  Click here for the event summary

Register Now: Economic Outlook Seminar 2020: Finding Good Workers

Register for the EOS Here.

The Economic Outlook Seminar will be in Great Falls at the Hilton Garden Inn on January 29 from 8am – 1pm.

You might be interested in this seminar if you’re looking for good workers for your business. “The days of running a help wanted ad in the newspaper and receiving a stack of applications is a distant memory in Montana – and it’s not necessarily due to a strong economy and low unemployment. In today’s knowledge-based, social media connected and information-rich economy, the rules of engagement between candidates and companies have changed. The economic success of local communities and the entire state depends on making the best match between workers and workplaces. Montana has some advantages in attracting talent, but there are plenty of things we could do better. “

BBER economists will present national, state and local economic forecasts for each seminar city and industry experts will give their outlook for Montana’s important sectors, including tourism, health care, real estate and housing, agriculture, manufacturing, energy and forest products.