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Topic: How Lean can help ‘back office’ functions
Speakers: James (Jim) Lawler – Associate Partner, PriceWaterhouse Coopers LLP and Martin Balment- Manager, PriceWaterhouse Coopers LLP
Date: Tuesday, May 8th 2012
Time: 5:15 p.m. Doors open; 6:15 p.m. Dinner/Program (7:00 p.m. guest speaker)
Location: Eagle Creek at Burnaby Mountain Golf Course
7600 Halifax Street, Burnaby, BC
Cost: Members: $40.00 + HST Non-Members: $45.00 + HST
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On this evening our speakers will be Jim Lawler and Martin Balment of PwC.
Jim Lawler is an associate partner in the Consulting and Deals practice of PwC, working in the Vancouver office where he leads the PwC Supply Chain practice in British Columbia. James focuses on the areas of supply chain including category management, strategic sourcing, operational excellence / Lean, performance improvement and supply chain transformation. James has extensive experience leading large-scale complex transformation projects, with more than 20 years of industry and 10 years of transformational experience. James has worked in industries including: utilities, technology, communications, oil and gas, food and the public sector, where he has been responsible for delivering over $3 billion worth of savings within supply chain.
Martin Balment is a Manager in the Operations group of the Calgary PwC Consulting practice and a Chartered Engineer by training. Martin has a wide range of Continuous Improvement / Lean, operations, manufacturing and project management experience within a range of sectors; Facilities Maintenance & Engineering, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals. Most notably Martin successfully led the provincial implementation of Lean methodologies, tools and culture across 12 key care facilities (+600 staff) within the Facilities, Maintenance and Engineering and Clinical Engineering functions of Alberta Health Services.
We look forward to seeing you on the evening of May 8th 2012.