LPPDE, 2021 - September

Half-day Virtual Summit  Improving the PD System

Program

Time Zone:Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) 

Exchange in a Digital World!

Exchange Following the spirit of Lean Product & Process Development EXCHANGE there will be good possibilities to Exchange knowledge with other attendees as well as with the speakers. 

After each presentation, we have a session +Reflections and interaction where you will reflect and interact on the learnings from the presenter. 

We end the virtual LPPDE with some final reflections and remarks and hope the Exchange will continue on our LinkedIn site

September 3, 2021

Friday – Virtual Conference 

International Thought Leaders

Takashi Tanaka

Takashi Tanaka

Mitsubishi UFJ Research & Consulting Co

Dantar Oosterwal

Dantar Oosterwal

, Argo Inc

Håkan Swan

Håkan Swan

Ivolver A

Åke Sundelin

Åke Sundelin

Ericsson

The fee for one half-day virtual summit is only 99 € + VAT 24% if applicable.

The fee for 3 virtual summits (recording or live) is only 250 € + VAT 24% if applicable

Upcoming Summits: September 3, October 1, November 5, December 3

 

Registrations through Lean Association of Finland:

Friday, September 3, 2021 Virtual Conference

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1:00 PM GMT

Zoom conference

Welcome and Instructions

By Juha Tammi & Peter Palmér
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1:05 pm - 1:45 PM GMT

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The Lean Machine – The 7+1 principles of Lean Product and Process

Dantar Oosterwal, Argo Inc

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1:45 pm - 1:50 PM GMT

Short Break

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1:50 PM - 2:30 PM GMT

Zoom conference

Apply LEAN for product development

Takashi Tanaka, Mitsubishi UFJ Research & Consulting Co

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2:30pm - 3:30pm GMT

Short Break

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2:35 pm - 2:55 pm GMT

Zoom conference

Panel-discussion 1 with the speakers

+Reflections and interaction with other participants

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3:15 pm - 3:25 PM GMT

Coffee Break

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3:25 pm - 4:05 pm GMT

Zoom conference

The Development of Visual Management

Håkan Swan, Ivolver AB

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4:05 pm - 4:10 pm GMT

Short Break

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4:10 pm - 4:50pm GMT

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– Introduction to Ericsson Product Development Principles and how they make them stick

Åke Sundelin, Ericsson

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4:50 pm - 4:55 pm GMT

Short Break

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4:55 pm - 5:15 pm GMT

Zoom conference

Panel-discussion 1 with the speakers

+Reflections and interaction with other participeants

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5:25 pm -5:30 pm GMT

Final reflections and remarks

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Peter Palmér, LPPDE and Juha Tammi, Lean Association of Finland

Peter and Juha represent the two organization who organize these virtual online events and will moderate the Virtual Summit.

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Takashi Tanaka, Director, Mitsubishi UFJ Research & Consulting Co – DX-Platform

Apply LEAN for product development

The theme “DX Platform for LEAN product development”.
  • Learning from top automotive OEMs
  • Process and systems with human factors
DX is a radical change of the entire company tying together the processes and IT systems in an effective way. It is about developing a common platform using digital technology and change the structure of the company and reforming the bottleneck business at the same time.
Currently, it’s necessary to use DX (Digital transformation) for global product development. By applying Lean, DX will be easier to execute. The keys to implementing DX is that business processes, IT/ systems, and then management-related activities are being implemented in a well-balanced manner.
This time, I will explain what is happening at the product development with examples.
  • First, I will share the latest architecture of the product development platform.
  • Next is the QIP (Quality into process) and cost planning. Here are some cases of how to apply trade-offs using digital.
  • In addition, to support CASE and AD, it is a method for modularization in a cyber and physical environment using MBSE (Model-based systems engineering).
  • Finally, I will explain the system architecture that Toyota was aiming for in the early 2000s and the actual implementation procedure.
Takashi Tanaka has a deep understanding of a Toyota management system (TMS) and he has applied it at many manufacturing companies of Japan and in Western countries, not only automobile, but also airplane, electrical, and medical equipment.
As a PMO for PLM Platform development and implementation, he has acquired a deep experience and undersstanding. Currently, Takashi is working for DX Platform development using Local 5G, Cloud, AI/Machine learning to accomplish the dynamic capability (企業変革) for clients.
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Dantar Oosterwal, Sr. VP & Partner – Lean Product Development practice lead at Argo Inc – The Lean Machine

The 7+1 principles of Lean Product and Process

 

Dantar was a presenter at the first LPPDE conference back in 2008 and he had already been on the journey for many year´s. He worked close to Allen Ward and also Takashi Tanaka and learned, practiced, reflected and improved. 

He worked Harley Davidson with motorcycles, Whirlpool with dishwashers and at Sara Lee with consumers goods and applied his knowledge and saw what worked and what didn´t. Dantar has since worked as a consultant and advisor to many companies and industries. During these year´s he developed his Product Development model 6+1, described in his fabulous book The Lean Machine. To continue his researching voyage Dantar has started a PhD in Lean Product Development. Dantar Oosterwal, Sr. VP & Partner – Lean Product Development practice lead at Argo Inc – The Lean Machine – The 7+1 principles of Lean Product and Process 

Dantar Oosterwal is highly regarded as a global thought-leader in Lean Innovation & Product Development systems as well as an advisor, speaker and award-winning author. He has a passion for learning and applying lean product development systems to impact improvements of business performance. Dantar has championed many large and global operational improvement initiatives as well as developed and led Lean Innovation transformations for organizations resulting in profound improvements to both top-line revenue and bottom-line efficiency. He has been awarded the Shingo Prize for his work in Lean Innovation by the Shingo Institute, the Outstanding Corporate Innovator award from PDMA and several product patents. Dantar has served as the Global Vice President of Innovation at Sara Lee and Product Development & Product Planning Leader at Harley-Davidson Motor Company. His consulting experience spans a diversity of industries ranging from raw materials (mining and chemicals) to high-tech defense systems. Today Dantar is Sr. Vicepresident at Argo and a member of the board at LPPDE.

Håkan Swan, Founder and President at Ivolver AB

The Development of Visual Management

During many years Håkan has taught and practiced visual management in many different countries and companies. Although it may seem simple it takes a lot oftime to understand the needs of each company to adapt the methods and let them evolve according to the companies need. He has adapted and struggled to make it fit to every need, as well as seen the Development of Visual Management over the last 20 years and will give his view of this development. 

The presentation will contain a mixture of theory and practical implementations combined with some deeper reflections. 

Håkan is an expert consultant in Product Development, Product Planning and Product Strategy issues. He has worked with Lean Product Development and Visual management systems for knowledge workers within many industries, thereby significantly increasing product development productivity in R&D organizations. He has worked with product development at Saab Automobile AB before becoming a consultant. During more than 20 years of consulting in Lean product development, planning & strategy, he has worked with many companies including the major automotive companies in Sweden. He has worked closely with a Japanese consultant (Takashi Tanaka) previously working with Lean PD at Toyota. Håkan Swan is the founder and president of Ivolver AB, a management consultant firm focusing on Lean Product Development implementations. Håkan has written academic papers and lectured in various executive education programs at Chalmers University of Technology & KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Håkan Swan holds a Ph.D. degree in physics

Åke Sundelin, Ericsson

Introduction to Ericsson Product Development Principles and how they make them stick

What about true Product Development Principles? Mindset & principles are context independent but practices & tools are context dependent. Åke will dig deeper in these differences and stresses that you need to make sure you adapt “agile” practices to the Ericsson context to make them add value to the way of working. AED (Anatomy of Excellent Development) is designed to be an implementation instrument for the Ericsson Product Development Principles. It is also intended to be used by leadership / management teams for a line organization or a program/project with a common area of responsibility. 

Åke Sundelin works at the Ericsson CTO office as director for strategy development and execution. He has more than 30 years of leadership experience in product development ranging from project- and project office manager positions and development center manager positions. From 2008 Åke has been the driver of the Ericsson Develop Strategy covering the WoW perspective of Product Management and Product Development. In parallel, he also works part time as one of the teachers for the Ericsson Product Development Leadership training, which is an applied training program for leading large scale system development in a VUCA world and which is one of the highest rated training programs in Ericsson. He also work as project- and content lead for the Ericsson Technology Conference and the Ericsson Developer Conference. Åke is also working with internal- and external knowledge sharing and e.g. holds a position on the board of the SDLC (Steve Denning Learning Consortium)

Exchange

Following the spirit of Lean Product & Process Development EXCHANGE, there will be good possibilities to Exchange knowledge with other attendees as well as with the speakers.

After each presentation, we have a session +Reflections and interaction where you will reflect and interact on the learnings from the presenter.

We end the virtual LPPDE with some final reflections and remarks and hope the Exchange will continue on our LinkedIn site.

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