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<ul><li><p> Mastering Lean Product Development A Practical, Event-Driven Process for Maximizing Speed, Profits, and Quality ~ Ronald Mascitelli This Practical Implementation workshop presents a set of leading-edge, practical tools for slashing waste and increasing speed and efficiency. The lean methods described in this workshop enable dramatic reductions in time-to-market while freeing up valuable resources for additional project work. This hands-on workshop covers all aspects of the subject, including a step-by-step process for customizing your own lean process that will enable rapid, high-value product development. </p><p>Who Should Attend Product-line Managers,Team Leaders Task Managers, Functional Managers, Six-Sigma Blackbelts, Green Belts, Improvement Champions, Operations and Engineering Managers, Process Owners, Design Engineers, and all others with product development responsibilities. </p><p> Participants will take away a practical plan for executing a real-world development project in less time, with higher margins, and with enhanced quality and customer value. Specific topics include: </p><p> How to energize your current development </p><p>process through an event-driven, highly collaborative design methodology </p><p> A powerful new tool for connecting the voice-of-the-customer directly to product requirements </p><p> Identifying and mitigating risks to cost, schedule, and quality </p><p> Managing resource capacity in a multi-project environment </p><p> Lean Scheduling and constraint (bottleneck) management </p><p> The LPD Visual Workflow Management System </p><p> Cost reduction through Quick-Look Value Engineering and Lean 3P methods </p><p> Enhancing productivity through Time-Slicing and Visual Communication </p><p>5 Reasons to Attend </p><p>Upon completing this course, students should be able to: </p><p>1. Dramatically accelerate the development of high-value new products. </p><p>2. Reduce product cost through Toyota-based innovation and process preparation techniques. </p><p>3. Improve the quality and efficiency of customer / team / management communication. </p><p>4. Maximize the productivity of scarce human and capital resources. </p><p>5. Develop a culture of discipline, value-focus, and intolerance of waste. </p><p>Despite an increasing need for speed and efficiency, much of the effort expended by product development teams is often unnecessary and potentially wasteful. </p><p>Firms that have embraced these practical, waste-eliminating tools have reported up to 50% reduction in launch schedules, significant improvements in gross margin, and enhanced customer satisfaction. </p><p>Workshop Dates: October 20th &amp; 21st 2014 Presented by Innovative Technologies in partnership with High Performance Solutions(HPS Inc) </p></li><li><p>Registration: Please complete &amp; submit Name Title Email Company Address City, Prov , PC Phone </p><p>Membership o AfEE/HPM o Consortia-other o Non Member Consortia-other Please specify: </p><p>Payment Type Cheque Enclosed o Visa o Mastercard o </p><p>Card # Expiry date Name on Card Billing Information Amount submitted $ HST:$ Total:$ X______________________________________________________ </p><p> About the Instructor ... Ronald Mascitelli, PMP (Project Management Professional), MS Solid State Physics, University of California, Los Angeles; BA Physics / Applied Mathematics, California State University, Fullerton) is the Founder and President of Technology Perspectives. Mr. Mascitelli is a recognized leader in the development of advanced methods for project management and product development, with an emphasis on eliminating non-value-added waste, maximizing team productivity, and enhancing profitability. He currently presents his proprietary workshops and seminars internationally to public audiences, and has created company-specific training and deployment programs for a over one hundred leading firms. He has served as both Senior Scientist and Director of Research and Development for Hughes Electronics and the Santa Barbara Research Center. Since founding Technology Perspectives in 1994, Mr. Mascitelli has published over twenty papers and technical articles in major journals, including the International Journal of Technology Management and The Journal of Product Innovation Management, and is a contributing author for IEEEs Technology Management Handbook. Mr. Mascitelli is the author of five books, including the critically acclaimed Building a Project-Driven Enterprise, The Lean Design Guidebook, The Lean Product Development Guidebook, and now Mastering Lean Product Development. </p><p>Workshop Outline ... A series of practical exercises accompanies the following agenda, including value-stream mapping of real-life development projects, and brainstorming on ways to immediately eliminate non-value-added waste. The output of the workshop is a prioritized action list for immediate improvement. Part I - How You Will Benefit Typical sources of waste in product development A common-sense, toolbox approach Part II - A Brief Lean Thinking Tutorial Applying the five principles of lean thinking to new product development Avoiding undershoot and overshoot of customer needs Exception management, and other fundamental concepts The Continuous Flow development process Part III - A Toolbox for Speed and Efficiency Method #1 - Testing for Customer Value </p><p> Method #2 Linked Tasks and the Deliverables Roadmap </p><p> Method #3 Time Slicing and Stand-up Meetings Method #4 Project Data Management Method #5 The Waste-Free Design Review Method #6 Staged-Freeze Specifications Method #7 Visual Pull Systems Method #8 Standard Work Methods and Templates Method #9 Risk Buffering and Value Increments Method #10 Resource Prioritization and Super-teams Method #11 Lean Supplier Management Method #12 Lean Self-Assessment and Kaizen Tools </p><p>Workshop Details Dates: Oct. 20 &amp; 21 2014 Time: 8:00am 4:00pm Location S&amp;C Electric Canada 90 Belfield Rd, Etobicoke, ON M9W 1G Cost: $625.00 + HST for HPM, AfEE, WELL &amp; CIA consortium Members $825.00 + HST for other HPS recognized consortium members $1025.00 + HST for Non-Members Cost Includes: Resource Materials, Lunch and Refreshments (please advise of dietary restrictions) Registration Deadline: Oct 1st 2014 ~ Space is Limited </p><p>Registration Details Registration by mail: Please make cheques payable to HPS Inc. and mail to: 450 Westheights Drive, Kitchener, Ontario, N2N 2B9 Registration by Fax or Email: Please Print, Sign &amp; Fax to 519 893 3685 or Scan to Email to info@hpsinc.ca PLEASE NOTE: A cancellation fee for the full course cost will be charged for participants who cancel after Oct 6, 2014. Substitutions may be made up until Oct. 14, 2014. </p></li></ul>