Upcoming Webinar:

How Continuous Improvement Helps the C-Suite Sleep Better

Thursday September 25 at 1p EDT


Business leaders today struggle with a variety of competing needs, from reducing waste and increasing efficiency to improving safety, quality, and satisfaction. Creating a culture of continuous improvement is a surefire way to ensure that you're able to meet those demands and maintain a flexible, competitive business. 

Register for this webinar now to learn:

  • Common challenges facing business leaders today
  • How continuous improvement enables businesses to overcome these challenges
  • The ROI of continuous improvement

Suggested ways to share this information with your own executive leaders:

  • Send them the link to register for the webinar
  • Sign up for the webinar yourself and share the recording or the slides we'll send you afterward
  • Attend the webinar and give a followup presentation to your leaders

About the hosts: 


Allan Wilson, KaiNexus CEO

Allan is an entrepreneur with deep experience in supply chain, lean manufacturing, asset management, condition based maintenance, enterprise software and the “internet of things.” Allan was most recently the president and chief executive officer at a technology company, Veros Systems. Previously, Allan was CEO of Factory Logic, a SaaS software provider for lean manufacturing companies, remaining with SAP after their acquisition of Factory Logic in 2006.

Mark-150x150-1Mark Graban, KaiNexus VP of Customer Success

Mark graduated from Northwestern University in 1995 with a BS in Industrial Engineering and later earned an MS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is author of two Shingo Research Award-winning books, and has worked as a consultant to healthcare organizations throughout North America and Europe, teaching and implementing kaizen and other Lean management practices. He was previously a Senior Fellow with the Lean Enterprise Institute and the Healthcare Value Network and continues as an LEI faculty member. Mark is also the founder of the popular LeanBlog.org and its podcast series.