Webinar: Factory Physics for Managers, Chapter 2 and Chapter 3, June 2nd, 11AM CDT (GMT -5)

Friday, June 2nd at 11AM CDT (GMT -5). 

Click here for more information and to register. Factory Physics for Managers is a thought-leading guide to powerful, practical operations science concepts you can use to manage better now. Reduce inventory and cost, improve cash flow and service levels. Be predictable with your initiatives, get strong results quickly.

We'll cover Chapter 2 and part of Chapter 3. Learn:
> The nature of business, a secret hidden in plain sight
> How to manage performance improvement efforts and what not to do
> Leadership options for managing business tradeoffs
> How to successfully combine strategy, tactics and controls
> The difference between knowledge and science 
> The relationships between science, intuition, math and software and how they relate to successful business management

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