Is your company located in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and committed to continuous improvement? Are you seeking ways to accelerate your improvement journey, deliver better value to your customers, and engage your workforce? Join the new AME Minneapolis-St. Paul Area Consortium and become part of a collaborative learning network of local practitioners in companies who are committed to performance excellence and collaborative learning. We are searching for a variety of businesses (manufacturing, healthcare, service, government, education, etc.) in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area with a commitment to higher levels of performance excellence to become part of this practitioner-to-practitioner network. AME's dynamic practitioner-to-practitioner consortia are designed to support you in accelerating your company’s journey toward excellence through:
- Plant tours rotating through the member companies
- Round-table discussions on a host company’s hot issue
- Special interest groups on a common hot issue (e.g. 5S, VSM, pull, SCM, etc.)
- Auditor exchanges for deeper application of lean-CI practices
- Consortium strategic plan for support of companies’ lean-CI priorities
- Shared-cost learning events
- Special discounts to AME workshops and events
- Leveraging the AME Lean Sensei for practical and deeper assessment opportunities
Interested in joining? Get an introduction to the AME Minneapolis-St. Paul Area Consortium and learn more about the countless benefits and offerings. Contact Jim Nelson, AME Minneapolis-St. Paul Area Consortium facilitator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-230-7922.
Join us at an upcoming launch meeting. See the upcoming events section for more details!
Intro to AME Consortia: How consortium companies collaborate for deep, broad continuous improvement
What is an AME Consortium of companies? Why do they agree to collaborate? What are the benefits of consortium participation? This event answers those questions and examines how consortium companies collaborate for deep, broad, continuous improvement (CI) practices using practical concepts from the wide range of knowledge areas. To attend an upcoming launch meeting, contact:
The AME Consortia program connects those on the lean and continuous improvement journey in local peer networks facilitated by highly qualified lean practitioners.
The AME Consortia program is managed by AME, a nonprofit association representing more than 4,000 lean and continuous improvement professionals.
To learn more about AME member benefits for AME Consortia members, download this brochure!