Designing the Future Summit 2019
Creating New Value Through Lean Development
June 27-28, 2019  |  Traverse City, MI
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DRIVING HIGH PERFORMANCE IN PRODUCT AND PROCESS DEVELOPMENT

Thank you for your interest in our inaugural lean product and process development (LPPD) conference "Designing the Future"

Why call it "Designing the Future"?  Because that’s exactly what organizations do when they develop new products and processes – nothing less than designing their future because the decisions made during development will impact them for years to come. 

I am thrilled that some of the most successful practitioners and leading thinkers have agreed to speak at this important learning and sharing event. 

LPPD principles and practices comprise a unique and powerful system that has been successfully applied to transform development capability in automotive, construction, robotics, health care, aerospace, furniture and others. Consider joining us in Traverse City to meet others who are on this journey and learn how a diverse group of organizations are applying LPPD methods to create new value in their industry.

We are working diligently to make this conference the most important lean conference you will attend this year.

Best Regards,
Jim Morgan

Networking Opportunities | Fees | Workshops

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

The summit is designed to be the best networking venue in the Lean Community by providing formal and informal ways for you to connect with counterparts facing the same challenges as you:

  • Networking Happy Hour (continue conversations and compare notes after the first day)
  • Networking Breaks (30 minutes to allow time for a phone call, cup of coffee, and conversation)
  • Lunch Roundtables (attendee-led discussions on topics you've told us are important to you)

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