Building upon the basic knowledge – from the morning session – we will explore how these five main elements of the Lean-House relate to a project environment. Projects are most often complex, dynamic and knowledge-intensive. How can we use lean in that project environment? We’ll zoom in on the use of pull-boards, which are used during the planning phase (pull-planning) as well as in the design phase (for set-based concurrent engineering). At the end of the seminar participants will know how the 5 main elements of the lean-house relate to a dynamic project environment; why specific tools are so important; how to apply some of the most common tools in a project/office environment, in order to stabilize their projects and start performing (i.e. faster, better and cheaper, while having less stress and more fun).
*) Prerequisite for this session: having good knowledge of the holistic view of lean, i.e. purpose, process and people.
13.00 Registration and welcome lunch
13.30 Seminar “Lean Projects” by Rudy Gort
15.00 Coffee Break
17.00 Closure (followed by networks drinks)
Prerequisite for this session: having good knowledge of the holistic view of lean, i.e. purpose, process and people.
Upon participation you will receive 3 PE points (NBA/NOREA) per seminar.
The participation fee per seminar is 225 Euro for TIAS alumni.
We offer the opportunity to attend the seminar at beginner's level and the one at advanced level on the same day. TIAS alumni who register for both seminars pay 395 Euro instead of 450 Euro.
The maximum number of participants for this workshop is thirty (30).
If this number is not met, we will make the remaining places available for people who are not TIAS alumnus. If you want to recommend a colleague or a person within your organization that could benefit from these seminars, they can also participate for the price of 325 Euro per seminar. We place that person/these persons on a reserve list.