Networking

AME’s mission is to inspire a commitment to enterprise excellence through experiential learning by bringing people together to share, learn and grow. One significant way we do this is through networking on AME’s website and social media channels. 

Discussions

On our website, you can pose a question about lean or continuous improvement or provide an answer to existing questions on our Discussion Page.  For more on how to post a new discussion or respond to a discussion question visit the About Discussions page.

Case Studies

If you’re looking to share information on how you successfully implemented lean and continuous improvement at your organization, share a case study on our Case Studies Page. There are options to share with a wide audience or with AME members only.  Learn more on our About Case Studies page.

Photo Sharing Gallery

Sometimes photos can convey an idea, a lean tool, a manufacturing facility or an outcome better than a description.  If this is the case, be sure to stop by our photo sharing gallery and post a photo. For more information on how to post a photo, visit our About photos page.

AME LinkedIn Group

With more than 19,500 members, the AME LinkedIn Group is AME’s largest social media channel. Open to both members and non-members, the AME LinkedIn Group is a great place to ask a question, share articles or expand your network.  

Social Media

While the AME Discussions page and our LinkedIn Group are two significant ways to share ideas gain lean and continuous improvement insights, follow AME on Twitter and Instagram and like AME on Facebook for additional networking opportunities.  

Whether you’re networking in-person at an AME event such as our annual conference or a regional workshop or networking virtually on the AME Discussions page or LinkedIn Group, you’ll find the AME community is one that supports and encourages the opportunity to share, learn and grow.