Lean Product Development (LPD) focuses on the elimination of waste in all facets of the product development process. It provides a very practical tool-kit for Better, Faster, Cheaper execution of Product Development Projects.

  • Autumn programme | 4 days over 4 months | 26th Sept, 17th Oct, 14th Nov & 12th Dec 2017
  • 4 days intensive training – one day per month over 4 months – in a classroom setting with up to 12 other companies
  • The application of the practical tools and techniques of LPD to your own business project so you are adding value as you learn
  • 1-2-1 mentoring and coaching for your team throughout the programme

Financial support may be available for qualifying companies under the Enterprise Ireland and IDA LeanStart, Plus and Transform initiatives. Companies can pay per delegate on a standalone basis or apply for support under the above initiatives. With approval, such companies could help to part-finance the programme, as well as gain an additional 3 days in-company consultancy to assist the implementation of Lean thinking in their development processes.

Suitable for businesses engaged in Research and Innovation across all sectors including manufacturing, services & software, it is recommended that 2 – 4 people per company attend this programme as a team.

Who Should Attend

CEOs / GM who want to understand how to discover real customer value

Research, Development & Innovation Leaders and team members who want to

– Upskill / better understand specific aspects of Lean Product Innovation
– Lead the practical implementation of Lean Product Innovation within their businesses

Middle management who need to know how Lean Product Development can generate more value for their business

More Information

Contact Mary Byrne, Membership Development & Communications Manager, IRDG
on 087 650 1215 or by email at mary.byrne@irdg.ie

Source: IRDG

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