Members, from a broad range of industries, regularly meet to explore lean thinking, discuss continuous improvement methods, exchange best practice ideas and network with like-minded individuals to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their organisation resulting in improved performance, improved processes and reduced stress.
INTERACTIVE TRAINING EVENTS
We handpick local and global experts to share their research, frameworks and tools.
MONTHLY FIRESIDE CHATS
Hear from thought leaders, Members and best-selling authors.
INSIGHTS TO EXCELLENCE TOURS
Tour hosts willingly open up their facilities to showcase and share their lean journey, best practice ideas and improvement solutions.
VIDEOS ON DEMAND
Enjoy on demand content all year round.
PRACTITIONER TO PRACTITIONER NETWORKING
The AME community is one that supports and encourages the opportunity to share, learn and grow.
Featuring keynotes, workshops, site tours, sessions, and networking opportunities.
Share, learn and grow in a local lean learning network.
PATHWAY TO EXCELLENCE
Build the skills to deliver and maintain long-term sustainable improvement.
GAIN INSIGHTS INTO BEST PRACTICE
Learn from experts and ensure you experience hands on tools to take back to your workplace.
TOOLS & FRAMEWORKS
Be equipped with latest tools and frameworks to deal with more frequent and dynamic changes.
CREATE HIGH-PERFORMANCE TEAMS
Create smart, diverse and resilient teams. Develop a continuous improvement culture.
ASSSESSMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Access to Lean assessment and certification programs.
The AME is run by a group of volunteers from both business and academia who tirelessly provide their support, energy and the resources of their organisations in order to help your local and regional businesses grow and prosper in today’s challenging global marketplace.
The AME provides an amazing platform to network with a genuine intent to share and leverage off each other in order to get feedback, learn and drive improvement. It is also a great platform to get the latest in thinking and trends and most importantly a vehicle to network with these thought leaders.
Peter Ballas, Head of Business Excellence at Note Printing Australia
The AME provides a forum for collaboration and learning. It has provided opportunities for shared training, benchmarking, and tapping into the groups experience. One of the most important components of lean is learning. Being part of the AME allows us to learn from other local companies' while getting valuable feedback for the approach we're taking.
Mitra Burns, Former National Lean Manager, Australian Red Cross Blood Service
Dedicated to the continuous improvement and enterprise excellence journey.