Shingo Award winning author Michael Bremer built his career on improving processes. A kaizen event in the mid-1990s taught him that to truly improve processes, you need to focus on your frontline people as well.
Michael has been helping companies improve their performance since the 1980s. His passion for the industry shows through the three books he co-authored and his most recent book, the 2016 Shingo-award recipient “How to Do a Gemba Walk.” He’s been an active AME member since 1992, served as the CFO from 2002-2008 and credits AME for helping him continue to learn.
AME will talk with Michael Bremer about what excellence looks like and the strategies for achieving it. According to Michael, excellence is in reach and you should never stop working to reach it.
Michael will share insights on how you can better implement continuous improvement initiatives at your organisation utilising the AME Excellence Award as a model.
About the Presenter
Michael Bremer - Association for Manufacturing Excellence
Michael Bremer has been an active AME member since 1992. He has served as vice president of the AME Excellence Awards program since 2010 and as AME’s CFO from 2002 – 2010. As a volunteer, he led the redesign of AME’s performance excellence criteria and has served on both the AME national board and management teams. He recently joined the Advisory Council for Dominican University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program in San Rafael, Calif.
He has co-authored three books on effective performance improvement practices and wrote the Shingo Award-winning book, “How to Do a Gemba Walk.” He was recognized as AME's 2019 Mac McCulloch Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient.
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