The Lean Summit 2010 brought together some of the best lean pioneers to share their hard won experiences of what works and what does not. We presented some of the best examples we have found that illustrate these lean practices.
We also brought together many pioneers who have successfully taken lean into new areas, like healthcare, sales and service delivery and there was ample time for detailed learning and discussion with experts in workshops and at the Summit Dinner. We opened with a remarkable story – the transformation of the oldest hospital in Europe and we closed with another remarkable story of how McLaren, the most successful Formula One motor racing team, is building a new lean car company from scratch.
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Chairman, Lean Enterprise Academy
Senior Leader, Boeing Commercial Airplane
CEO, Azienda Sanitaria Firenze, Florence, Italy
CEO, Jaeger Toyota, Norway
Lean Lessons from Financial Services
Head of Operations Excellence, LloydsTSB
(Presentation available soon)
Global Infrastructure Operations, SAP
Streamlining the Healthcare Supply Chain
John Ian Elliott, Johnson & Johnson
Marc Baker, Lean Enterprise Academy
Lean Enterprise Academy
Lean Enterprise Institute, USA
Chief Executive, McLaren Motors
Unlocking the Healthcare Supply Chain Opportunities
Marc Baker and
Ian Taylor, Lean Enterprise Academy
During the Summit delegates were encouraged to provide feed back which was then displayed on a large screen in the coffee break area. View on-line comments (posted during the event)
Brilliant Opening to the Lean Summit 2010 ...
I can't wait to hear the rest of the programme over the next two days.
Thank goodness I came to the Summit - and its only day 1 opening plenary!
Professor Jones’ 5 points of a management role set the scene for Takashi Tanaka and Sharon Tanner’s shared experiences at QV systems and Boeing - priceless learning shared with the delegates - excellent
Good to share different experience through different industries. Looking forward to going ahead.
What a great day! It's so good to hear lean leaders talking about real experiments that are improving value for customers.
My first time here;
great inspiration and network expansion ...
Had a great first day -
I already cannot stop the thinking on what-to-do-next-when-I-return-in-the-office ...
Loads of inspiration!
Suzanne van Egmond
Currently at the Lean Summit 2010 ...
... brilliant speakers! Great networking opportunities too ...
Great to see that everyone in this room shares the same concerns and passion about the Lean journey ...
Listening to the various presentations and experiences, I am even more enthusiastic about the future benefits that Lean will bring to my company !
Inspiring plenary session - has given me renewed enthusiasm ...
Loving the interaction in the workshops
Next time ... could you arrange visits to nearby Lean sites ?
Considering the Manager’s role in Lean deployment, how thinking and doing go hand in hand with using the scientific method and continuous reflection has given much food for thought!
It's so valuable to network with other lean implementers to learn, renew enthusiasm and realise that actually we are making a difference.
First event of this kind I’d attended – I was amazed to find how big the Lean community is and it was useful to hear how different companies were processing
I became more enthusiastic for lean as helpful for an organisation in transformation. Case Stories told showed clear results.
What was the more useful thing learnt: Need to engage the executive. Lean must cascade down from the top and that you need to firstly determine your overall mission and focus on the key vital few issues and involve everyone.
I arrived at the summit with no idea as to how I could successfully implement LEAN across our commercial business. I left with vision and an implementation plan. Thank you
I wonder if we Lean could achieve even more by paying more attention to the :
- new roles of management in relation to lean
- it is to them often a new paradigm
- people side / respect / behaviour ...
is a key issue in the West - could that be researched on further ?