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Seminar Lean Projects: Lean translated to a knowledge intensive project environment” in Dutch

Projects are most often complex, dynamic and knowledge-intensive. How can we use lean in that project environment? 

Details and Program

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.

Program:

13.00 Registration and welcome lunch
13.30 workshop “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

Participation fee: € 225

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Date and location

April 19, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Tilburg Warandelaan 2, Tias Building 5037 AB Tilburg Netherlands Directions
Contact
José Eijkemans
José Eijkemans
Alumni Manager
+31 13 466 86 42