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2020 Conference Speakers
International Lean Six Sigma Conference 2020
Process Improvement and Quality professionals come together this January 13th - 17th 2020 in Cambridge
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 International Lean Six Sigma
Conference in Cambridge UK
Internationally recognized speakers will
address the crowd at this leading event for
process improvement professionals. This 2020
event will be the most comprehensive Lean Six
Sigma conference in the UK in 2020
The Lean Six Sigma conference attracts international experts,
representatives from retail, manufacturing, hospitality,
government, healthcare and education.
Marc LeCoultre speaks on Machine Learning at 2019 ILSSI Conference
Co-Founder at Pi-Sims/ Principal, Master Consultant BMGI
Presents Workshops on Wed 15th and Thurs 16th January 2020
Maxim Korenyugin has been leading performance excellence initiatives in Europe, Asia and the former Soviet Union for 20 years. His experience covers curriculum development, master black belt training, and executive leader support. He also trains Lean Six Sigma practitioners, engineers, technicians and operators on how to apply process control, problem solving and experimental design methods. He has also developed business games for PE training in major corporations such as Philips, Sberbank and Unilever. Maxim is passionate about process excellence and is focused on making education a priority in international corporations. He holds a Master Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Moscow and has been a Master Black Belt for 20 years.2. Our workshop title is: The gamification of Lean, bringing training to a new level
Monday & Tuesday, 13th & 14st January 2020
CSSC Accredited Yellow Belt Training and Certification class : John Dennis PMP, Master Black Belt trainer.
Wednesday, 15th January 2020
Professor Jiju Anthony: Design of Experiments for non-manufacturing processes
Maria Kalmakova: How to be Lean with Digital transformation
Kola Olutimehin: Lean Six Sigma Improvement Projects in Africa
Chris Pettingill: Leading Change in US Airforce : Lewis Change Mgmt Model
Paul Allen: The battle between AI and DOE
Raji Vaidyanathan: Automation & Lean - Hand in glove or chalk and cheese?
Jenny Davis: Problems Solved using Sports 'Eye of the Tiger' Strategies
Chris Alcock: Value Stream Mapping Workshop
Maxim Korenyugin: The gamification of Lean : bringing training to a new level
Thursday, 16th January 2020
Ed Arnheiter : Creating a No-Waiting Emergency Department
Dr. Morphis Tsalikidis: Design Thinking
Dr. Alirez Shokri: Cultural Investigation for LSS & Green Manufacturing Integration
Gillian Von Runte: Failing Up ! How to Continuously Improve by making a mess of it.
Steve Anthony: A Lean Six Sigma Continuity Maturity Model (CMM)
Brian Butler: Practical Lean Implementation across multiple business sectors
Graeme Parker: BlockChain Basics
Salman Mishari: Root Cause Analysis techniques in Equipment Failure
Site Tour of The Welding Institute and also site tour of Marshall Aerospace and Defence ( in Cambridge )