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Lean Summit UK 2013 – 5th & 7th November

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Lean Transformation: Frontiers and Fundamentals

5th – 7th November

Wokefield Park, Reading, UK

As part of our mission to help organisations with their Lean journeys the Lean Enterprise Academy is holding its annual UK Lean Summit at Wokefield Park near Reading.

Our first UK Lean Summit was held in 1997 and since that time we have held a Summit each time we have felt that there was something important for the Lean Community to hear.

12 Presentations

8 Discussion Workshops

3 Lean Masterclasses

The purposes of the Summit is as follows:

To raise consciousness of the latest developments in Lean Thinking and Practice

To provide insight into practical ways to get started, deepen or enhance your Lean journey

To enable participants to build their own network of Lean Thinkers

We do this by:

Bringing together the best Lean practitioners and sensei in the Lean world for participants to learn from

Building time into the programme for participants to network

Providing pre-Summit workshops on leading edge topics

Enabling groups from the same organisations to come to the Summit to learn together

Key questions for this year’s UK Lean Summit:

What are the models of Lean transformation?

What are the fundamentals required to develop a Lean organisation?

What is the leader’s role in Lean transformation?

What does it take to apply Lean Thinking in Product Development?

What are the key lessons learned from applying Lean Thinking in the Supply Chain?

How do you apply Lean Thinking in the Service and Repair?

This is a unique opportunity for the Lean Enterprise Academy’s community to come together.

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