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Lean and Six Sigma Conference Call for Papers

August 27, 2008
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ORLANDO - The 2009 International Lean & Six Sigma Conference will be held March 11 and 12 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, FL.

The Technical Committee is seeking proposals for technical sessions and workshops. We are especially interested in practical information, proven strategies, best practices and lessons learned. We are also looking for recommendations for presenters that we can contact as a part of this call for papers. The deadline is August 31, 2008.

Technical presentations are typically 35 minutes including Q & A. Workshops are typically 90 minutes to half a day. There is no limit to the type or number of proposals that you may submit.

The industries represented at the conference are a cross-section of aerospace, defense, government, automotive, service, public safety, chemicals, construction, electronics, telecommunications, energy, equipment, financial, food and beverages, healthcare, information technology, medical devices, metals, mining, agriculture, optical, pharmaceuticals, printing, public administration, recycling, rubber and plastic products, textiles, and transportation.

Please submit your proposal electronically to the e-mail address below.

Attn: Marco Luzzatti, Chairman, International Six Sigma & Lean Conference 4 Camden Drive, Suite 606, Pittsburgh, PA 15215 USA.
E-mail: 6sigma@iso9000conference.com

If you have any questions, call (412) 782-3383.

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