The mere thought of “people” is often not invited to the table when organizations are in the early stages of an improvement initiative or even just trying to maintain status quo. Yet people systems often have the greatest influence on sustainability. They do have long lead times though so now may well be your time to start or to accelerate.

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the eye 2020

Experience deep learning – listen, see, feel others experiences. We will open eyes as to what really matters and along the way demystify the illusion of basic ‘lean’ thinking. You’ll have real conversations with people just like ‘you’ from which you will get a feel of where to start your own ‘productivity expedition’, or accelerate. We will provide you the chance to ask the ‘hard’ and ‘dumb’ questions safely and hear first-hand the obstacles of getting this expedition right for you.

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The Speakers

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The Venue

William Angliss
Level 5, 555 La Trobe St
Melbourne VIC 3000

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Accommodation

Accommodation discount deals through The Radisson Melbourne

Conference Schedule

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Day 1, 22 April

Room A

  • Registration Opens

    7.30-8.00
  • The “People Value Stream”, the 4th component of the Lean Management System

    8.10-9.00

    Joe Murli

  • Leading with an eye on improvement

    9.05-9.50

    John Battern

  • BREAK

  • Keeping up production that is set by a massively successful marketing based Fast Moving Consumer Goods Market. Believe in Better.

    10.15-11.00

    Andrew Harris

  • Scientific thinking – nice or necessary?

    11.05-11.40

    Oscar Roche

  • Why do we need to focus on skills before titles? And what are the Foundational skills for frontline leaders and managers today and tomorrow?

    11.40-12.25

    John Vellema

  • LUNCH

  • Scientific thinking- Case study

    1.15-2.05

    Eric Davies

  • Scientific thinking- Case study

    2.10-3.00

    Nick Moretti & Gary Beadle

  • BREAK

  • Selling Change – A Deep look at the elements of successful change from 26 years of doing it

    3.20-4.10

    Mike Boyle

  • Close

    4.10-4.20

    Joe Murli

Day 1, 22 April

Room B

  • Keeping up production that is set by a massively successful marketing based Fast Moving Consumer Goods Market. Believe in Better.

    9.05-9.50

    Andrew Harris

  • Leading with an eye on improvement

    10.15-11.00

    John Battern

  • Transfering skills- Case Study

    1.15-2.05

    Ben Howard

  • Results through people- Cae Study

    2.10-3.00

    Lainie Vaughan

  • Reducing human error and driving performance

    4.30-5.00

    Ian Haberfield

Day 2, 23 April

Room A

  • “Healthcare is all about people – the patient, the employees, the physicians”

    8.05-8.50

    Melanie Edens

  • Thinking, leading and acting for improvement

    8.55-9.40

    Darren McDonald

  • BREAK

  • A very practical introduction to making progress thrugh experimentation and scientific thinking

    10.00-10.50

    Frans Plugge

  • Activity - To be confirmed

    11.00-11.50

    To be confirmed

  • Closing

    12.00-12.30

    Sam Wagner

  • LUNCH

  • Sustainability in a Lean Management System – what you can do.

    1.30-3.30

    Joe Murli

Day 2, 23 April

Room B

  • “Give me a double” - What to do (and not do) when the customer doubles orders but not delivery times

    8.55-9.40

    Sam Wagner

  • Activity - To be confirmed

    10.00-10.50

    To be confirmed

  • A very practical introduction to making progress thrugh experimentation and scientific thinking

    11.00-11.50

    Frans Plugge

  • A way to handle people challenges in service.

    1.30-3.30

    Melanie Edens

Day 3, 24 April

Room A

  • Scientific thinking and leadership skills in action

    8.30-3.00

    Oscar Roche

Day 3, 24 April

Room B

  • Building a learning culture – a skills of leading and skills of instructing workshop.

    8.30-3.00

    John Vellema