A practical guide how to conduct effective process improvement workshops.
POLISH PREMIERE Of A BOOK
EACH PARTICIPANT WILL RECEIVEA COPY Of THE BOOK PUBLISHED IN POLISHAS A GIfT fROM THE ORGANIZERS
The approach presented in this book is consistent with the philosophy applied and distributed by Shingijutsu international manufacturing consulting com-pany, founded by several former members of the team implementing the Toyota Production System, developed by Taiichi Ohno. The guidance may be used in two ways: at the corporate level as a base to create and implement or improve Kaizen workshops standard in the organization and on a personal level to develop motivated Kaizen practitioners.
16:1517:00GKN DRIVELINE, Company culture change through continuous improvement Dr. Roman Dziuba Managing Director of GKN Operations in Poland, Slovenia and Turkey, Grzegorz Winiewski Plant Manager GKN Driveline in Olenica, Marusz Karolewski Logistics Manager GKN Driveline in Olenica
17:0017:15 Conference Closing | Prof. Tomasz Koch, Lean Enterprise Institute Polska
fACTORY VISIT 1 Factory visit to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland, Wabrzych i Electrolux Poland, widnica
fACTORY VISIT 2 Factory visit to General Motors Manufacturing Poland
Introduction to Lean Leadership for senior executives workshop based on the method and experience of Lean Global Network | Mark Reich, Lean Enterprise Institute
Managing Kaizen events | Mark Hamel, KaizenFieldbook.com
Lean RfS (Repetitive Flexible Supply): putting the pieces together Ian Glenday, Repetitive Flexible Supply
Lean-Service Design and Route-Map Planning | Stephen Parry, Lloyd Parry
09:0009:10 Conference opening | Prof. Tomasz Koch, Lean Enterprise Institute Polska
09:1009:50Lessons learned from 25 years of Lean and the Future of LeanProf. Daniel Jones, Lean Enterprise Academy
09:5010:30 What transformation do we seek? | Dr. Michael Ball, Institut Lean France
10:3011:00 COFFEE BREAK
11:0011:40Lean transformation kaizen perspective Mark Hamel, KaizenFieldbook.com
Creating the right work climate to engage managers and em-ployees in Lean Transformation | Stephen Parry, Lloyd Parry
How Toyota developed me to be a manager and then how I helped other companies through the Toyota Supplier Support Centre and the Lean Enterprise InstituteMark Reich, Lean Enterprise Institute
Report - Lean Management in service sector in Poland. Current status and new trends | Krzysztof Drozd, Dr. Remigiusz Horbal, Lean Enterprise Institute Polska
Poles and the Lean culture: reflections on Lean implementation projects in Poland Magorzata Jakubik, Robert Kagan, Lean Enterprise institute Polska
Lean approach to involve managers in improvement activities | Mark Hamel, Kaizen-Fieldbook.com
Lean Challenges: Executive exchanges with Daniel Jones | Prof. Daniel Jones, Lean Enterprise Academy
Lead with respect | Dr. Michael Ball, Institut Lean France
Kaizen events vs. Daily Kaizen | Mark Hamel, KaizenFieldbook.com
Effective Lean Transformation Model Built Upon Learning from Successes and Failures Mark Reich, Lean Enterprise Institute
Using Lean-Service thinking to address strategic and operational challenges, Stephen Parry | Lloyd Parry
Beyond process optimization A3 and TWI methods to improve intellectual workDr. Remigiusz Horbal, Krzysztof Drozd, Lean Enterprise Institute Polska
17:0018:00Meeting books authors | Prof. Daniel Jones, Dr. Michael Ball, Mark HamelLean Enterprise Academy, Institut Lean France, KaizenFieldbook.com
19:0022:00 GALA DINNER
Lean Challenges: Executive exchanges with Daniel JonesProf. Daniel Jones, Lean Enterprise Academy
Effective Lean Transformation Model Built Upon Learning from Successes and Failures | Mark Reich, Lean Enterprise Institute
Lean for a good start, or how a lean factory works | Andrzej Bielewski, Lean Enterprise Institute Polska
Effective audits or how to use daily auditing for continuous improvement of processes and people | Magorzata Jakubik, Robert Kagan, Lean Enterprise Institute Polska
Conducting Kaikaku-type Kaizen Events to Achieve Strategic Improvement GoalsMark Hamel, KaizenFieldbook.com
Using Lean-Service thinking to address strategic and operational challenges Stephen Parry, Lloyd Parry
TE CONNECTIVITY, Lean Transformation at TE Connectivity a way to the business successRafa Radwaski Plant Manager, Sawomir Migaa Continuous Improvement Manager TEOA
KGHM POLSKA MIED O/ZWR, TPM is rather about changing behaviours then machines mainte-nance 2-year experience at the Division of Ore Enrichment PlantsAndrzej Konieczny General Manager, Mirosaw Kido Chief Foreman for Production, Deputy Head of Tools and Repair Department, Tomasz Kanikua Chief TPM Specialist
WNS GLOBAL SERVICES, Prevention system in invoice processing processes in shared services centres | Dorota Polak-Gilewska, WNS Poland Quality Leader
LEAR METALS EUROPE, Creating standards and exchanging best practices case study of Lear Metals Europe product group | Dave Walsh Operations Director Metals Europe, Micha Prasa Regional Continuous Improvement Manager Metals Europe
LG DISPLAY, 5S as a foundation of a stable TPM system | Maciej Wolak Production Department Manager, Bartomiej Kotlarski Production Engineer, TPM Task, Mariusz Maczuga Minmax Engineer, TPM Task
RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland Group), Sustaining the Lean culture | Dr. Jan Tokarski, Lean Sustainability & Practice Manager
HARRIS CALORIFIC INTERNATIONAL, Creating continuous flow manufacturing cell implementation in Harris Poland | Ireneusz Nowak Operations Manager, Wiktor Straszak Chief process engineer and Lean Coordinator
ORIFLAME PRODUCTS POLAND, Lean Management as a way to organisational improvement case study of the Oriflame cosmetics plant | Maciej Poczyk Group Manufacturing Supply Chain Director, Jarosaw Hatowski Deputy Manufacturing Director Oriflame Products Poland, Maciej Kuliski Lean Coordinator Oriflame Products Poland
SHELL BUSINESS SERVICE CENTER, Lean Sigma efficiency project in Stock Recording and Reconciliation Process | Joanna Szadkowska Continuous Improvement Centre Lead, Patrycja Chucherko Operations Manager Manage HC Inventory
10 JUNE 2014 11 JUNE 2014 12 JUNE 2014
intended for companies presidents and directors
intendend for manufacturing
intendend for services
One of six to choose from. Break 10:1510:45.
One of four workshops to choose from.Breaks: 9:3010:00, 14:0014:30, lunch: 11:3012:30.
Factory visits are only available for participants of the first two days of the Conference. Busses departure in front of HASTON CITY HOTEL building at Irysowa Street 1-3 Wrocaw. Guidance during factory visits is avaiable only in Polish.
One of six seminars to choose from. Brake 15:1515:45.
Three of nine to choose from.