International Lean Six Sigma Conference 2019
Process Improvement and Quality professionals come together this January 21st - 25th 2019 in Newcastle
to network, learn from the most experienced practitioners in Lean Six Sigma and exchange ideas.
The International Lean Six Sigma
Institute (ILSSI) will host the Lean Six Sigma
Conference in Newcaste-upon-Tyne in
Internationally recognized speakers will
address the crowd at this leading event for
process improvement professionals. This 2019
event will be the most comprehensive Lean Six
Sigma conference ever presented in the North
The Lean Six Sigma conference attracts international experts,
representatives from retail, manufacturing,
government, healthcare and pharmaceutical.
Monday & Tuesday, 21st & 22nd
CSSC Accredited Yellow Belt Training and Certification class : John Dennis, Master Black Belt trainer.
Dr Salman Al Mishari : Root Cause Analysis with Six Sigma in Oil and Gas
Francisco Dominguez : Our Lean Six Sigma Journey at CMP Products
Paul Allen : DOE, The Quickest way to Optimization of your processes
Prof. Jiju Antony : Lean Six Sigma for Public Sector Organizations
Bushrah Naz-Tyrer : The Psychology of Transformation for OpEx
Miguel Araujo : The Quality Journey at Purever 2016-2019
Marc Lecoultre: How Artificial Intelligence is changing process optimization
Ashutosh Pandey (Certified Master Black Belt) Head of Strategic Quality Transformation at Nokia (London).
Jenny Davis : Marginal Gains; Team GB Cycling
Chris Alcock : Value Stream Mapping
Adam Bowden : Kaizen Thinking and Behaviour
Ashutosh Pandey : Continuous Improvement drivers at Nokia
Prof. Jiju Antony : Why does Lean Six Sigma transformation often fail ?
Patricia Esnault, Process Improvement Leader at East-West United Bank S.A., Luxembourg
Miguel Araujo : Lean Transformation – from improving flows to people engagement
Paul Allen : Drink Tea and Read the Paper...Lessons from a Sony Corp Black Belt
Jenny Davis : British Cycling’s Marginal Gains Principle
Adam Bowden : 5S The most fundamental of tools
Paul Allen : SPC Keeping your processes
Chris Alcock : Using Big Data in your Six Sigma projects