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We are always in the position of going for an effective combination of reputation and quality. One of our goals is to once a year, bring the big names to our regional market. By the same token, we also want the best “experimental treatment” to move the Central Coast Lean community forward. The Summit sets the tone for the coming year.
We are going to try something a little different this year. Last year, we got feedback that folks wanted to spend more time talking and learning with their functional and industry counterparts. Therefore, we are doing two major keynote/speakers in the morning and in the afternoon we will be doing two large and small group facilitated breakouts: one by topic and one by function/industry Excellent morning speakers will get you thinking and will set the stage for rich, engaging conversations in the afternoon.
Somehow we in the lean community have forgotten that Summits are for sharing, listening, and learning and not being talked at. I would like to recapture the concept of a Summit as a wayfinding experience for leadership in this part of the world.
Cheers, Eric Olsen, PhD – Director of Central Coast Lean
THROUGH RESEARCH AND PARTICIPATION IN THE LOCAL CENTRAL COAST COMMUNITY, WE ENDEAVOR TO: