A Unique Management Education Opportunity
February 26 – 27, 2019
6301 State Route 298, East Syracuse, New York 13057
Topic Area 1: Lean Systems
Lean systems is a systematic method for waste minimization within a manufacturing system without sacrificing productivity. Implementation leads to better recognition and permanent solutions to disruptions of processes. Presentations will discuss how lean principles can be implemented on-farm for improved efficiency of daily operations.
Carl Lehrkinds, Lehrkinds Coca-Cola and Mountain County Distributing
Cheryl Jones, University of Kentucky and former VP of Manufacturing, Toyota Motor Manufacturing
Agricultural producers form joint ventures to achieve higher economic value by working as a group on an activity important to each producer’s business. Whether or not the potential value is achieved hinges on effective decision-making and communications as they work together on their common interest. Presentations will discuss goverance, compensation, and exit strategies related to joint ventures.
David Chattleton, Tiverton
Mike Fassler, The Famiy Business Consulting Group
Doug Claussen, K Coe Isom
Shannon Ferrell, Oklahoma State University and Ferrell Law Firm
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