The European Lean Summit 2017 is an international event that will take place in Venice on 13 and 14 October 2017. Proposed by Lean Management, Lean Management, Lean Global Network in collaboration with other network institutes.
More than 300 Entrepreneurs, Managers and Agents of Change will be attending as well as from Italy, Europe and other parts of the world. It was designed to give participants some of the Lean Thinking’s best and most innovative aspects. Address issues ranging from the Lean Strategy to the Management System, the Lean for Human Resources to Product Development and Product Process, from developing a Problem Solver to how to handle a Lean transformation path.
Particularly important for Italy, given the breadth and breadth of the Hotel and Restaurant Industry, it will present some successful implementation of Lean logic in some hotels in Tenerife, by tapping with the improvement of the achievable performances.
He will see, among experts and managers involved as speakers, the presence of the three leading Lean Thinking guru, Jim Womack, Dan Jones and John Shook. It will also give you the opportunity to exchange experiences, successes and difficulties with other Entrepreneurs, Managers and Change Agents who have already started this type of route.
The Summit will be held in Venice where the Arsenal, in its activity in the 15th Century, has been recognized as the first example in the history of “flow organization”.
The Lean Management Institute (www.istitutolean.it) is an organization designed to develop and disseminate knowledge of “Lean Thinking” and to promote and support its implementation, working directly with individuals and businesses, both public and private. The Institute is an Italian member of Lean Global Network (LGN) www.leanglobal.org.
Its mission is to contribute to the development of the country by helping organizations to make their operating and operational processes more effective and efficient in order to improve socio-economic conditions.
The Lean principles applied allow you to develop “right” products and services, with maximum value for customers and minimum resource consumption; even more, they favor the development of a culture that is attentive to the search for the continuous improvement of processes and the well-being of people in the respect of environmental sustainability.