A Massachusetts Institute of Technology senior lecturer, a motivational speaker, and a communications consultant are among the confirmed keynote presenters at the ASQ Lean and Six Sigma Conference.
Attendees of the conference to be held on February 27 and 28 at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix, Arizona, will learn about topics including doing more with less, lean and Six Sigma fundamentals and implementation, and sustaining results. The conference will offer more than 40 sessions on topics including sustaining results from projects to transformation, implementation of lean and Six Sigma, building a successful lean Six Sigma organization, and selling lean and Six Sigma.
Keynote speakers include:
- Steven Spear—senior lecturer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s management and engineering schools, and author of The High Velocity Edge.
- Thom Singer—author of 12 books on the power of business development and entrepreneurship. Singer has experience working in sales, marketing, and business development for Fortune 500 companies.
- Jacob Stoller—author of The Lean CEO, a book that features interviews with CEOs who have implemented lean management organization wide. Stoller specializes in the communication between experts and outsiders in areas including information technology, accounting, and engineering.
Other confirmed presenters include Jim Benson—pioneer in applying lean and kanban to knowledge work, and Tonianne DeMaria Barry—co-founder of Kaizen Camp and Modus Institute. Benson and Barry will co-present. Together, the pair have helped the United Nations, The World Bank, Starbucks, JPMorgan Chase, and others create cultures of continuous improvement.
Click here to view the full program, session descriptions, and to register for the ASQ Lean and Six Sigma Conference.