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EXPERIENTIAL MASTERCLASS IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

INDUSTRIAL MAKERS

TRUSTED  PARTNERS

IN OPERATIONS TRAINING

INDUSTRIAL MAKERS - a programme made up of management testimonials with the aim of creating a culture of operational excellence. Self-contained sessions between April and November 2024.

TRAINING SESSIONS BETWEEN APRIL AND NOVEMBER 2024

 
30 IN-PERSON SPOTS
100 ONLINE SPOTS AVAILABLE FOR THE EVENT!

INDUSTRIAL MAKERS - WHAT IS IT?

INDUSTRIAL MAKERS is a course designed by important industrial managers and experts who would like to share and nurture a culture of operational excellency:

 

  • Self-contained sessions running from April to November 2024

  • 4 or 6-hours training sessions

  • Remote and/or in-person participation when possible

  • The course can be financed

INDUSTRIAL MAKERS is for anyone who works in the operations management field and wants to make a difference. “Homo Faber Fortunae Suae” is the latin phrase for "humans are the makers of their own destiny", and it perfectly describes men and women, i.e. the Makers, who have the skills, attitude and determination to lead Operational management in their company to levels of excellence.

INDUSTRIAL MAKERS - WHAT IS IT?

AT THE HEART OF

OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT

Al cuore del talento aziendale

con 14  sessioni dense di contenuti industriali.

INDUSTRIAL MAKERS uses the experiential rather than the theoretical approach to the main themes in Operational Management and aims to promote new practices that have short-term effects. Experts working for SMEs and Italian business units of prestigious multinational companies will explore the key dimensions of Operations with you.

Training sessions might include factory tours of successful companies. In this case company managers will help participants get a better grasp of the implemented processes and standards so that they can witness first-hand why the company has reached such excellent industrial performance.

Participants who work in competing companies will not be allowed to partake in these tours.

OVERVIEW

THE COURSE AT A GLANCE

Who is the course for?

For anyone interested in Industrial Operations.

When

6 self-contained sessions between April and October 2024.

Where

In SMEs and multinational companies, accompanied by experts in the field.

Mode

Sessions will be

in-person with the possibility of participating online if/when necessary. Participants can also choose to follow the course exclusively online. 

AT THE HEART OF OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT
OVERVIEW

THE TRAINING COURSE

Interweaving human
and technological factors.

Operations Management is a stimulating interweaving of people and facilities, of personnel management and sofisticated technological applications aimed at creating value. It is represented by high-quality goods and services designed, produced and made available in an efficient and effective way, without neglecting the growing attention that themes such as environmental and social sustainability demand today.

This complex business dimension has always been made up of a wide range of activities, essential for the company, such as sales, customer service, finance, production and IT. The largest part of a company’s revenue derives from management activities, and managing a business means maximising efficiency, productivity and operating speed.

THE TRAINING COURSE
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OBJECTIVES

The course will not only present best practices in Operations, but will also focus on problem scouting and problem solving as a path towards continuous growth.

1.

Techniques and mindsets

Help participants understand that excellence in operations derives from the mastery of certain techniques as well as the right mental attitude.

2.

Human and professional qualities

Help participants focus on the human and professional qualities they need to posses in order to initiate a successful operation management path.

3.

Tangible and intangible

Help participants correctly asses the importance of the many aspects of operations, both tangible and intangible, which involve people and affect corporate culture.

4.

Corporate method and structure

Help participants grasp the necessity of corporate method and structure to create a stable and long-term path for operational excellence.

"Learning is not compulsory; it’s voluntary. Improvement is not compulsory;

it’s voluntary. But to survive, we must learn."

(W. Edwards Deming)

 
 
OBJECTIVES

THE SCIENTIFIC BOARD

The experience of those who live the challenges of Industrial Operations on a daily basis.

The course was conceived and designed by managers and entrepreneurs with extensive experience in the operations field, gained within SMEs and multinationals operating in various sectors. The criterion of on-field experience has also guided the choice of teachers and business realities proposed as examples for one or more specific aspects of operations.

Therefore, INDUSTRIAL MAKERS focuses on a highly-experiencial training method: every theoretical or methodological aspect is taught, above all, from the point of view of those who experienced it. From this stems the idea to explore the gemba, the heart of production and logistics of a company, and to see first-hand the skillful and constantly evolving balance of efficiency, quality and economy, through organizational, educational and technological ways.

Both the scientific board and the teachers have equally contributed to building realities strongly oriented towards the objective of every operations manager: transforming this vast and articulated business field in a decisive factor in competitiveness.

"If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you’re doing."
(W. Edwards Deming)
 
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SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR

Xavier Rapenne, LEANBET FRANCE

XR started carrier in the French Navy then moved to industry. Dpl ING in mechanical and automation as well as Master In management, he leaded manufacturing organisations in France, Poland, Spain, China through various projects and challenges. From small organisations to large one, he served one piece production to mass production in B to B , B to C. His favorite sentence: "everything is possible with a team"!

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SCIENTIFIC VICEDIRECTOR

Andrea Bet, LEANBET 

Mechanical engineer and executive MBA at Bologna Business School, has worked in Italy and Europe as Lean R&D Manager and as Kaizen Manager. For Electrolux Professional he directed major production sites in Thailand and China. In the East he has the opportunity to delve into and apply the Kaizen culture, which becomes part of his human and professional DNA. Since 2004, with LeanBet, he guides companies through the deep and constant transformation and improvement that can project them into the future, helping them be competitive and fully able to value their most important asset: the people.

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SCIENTIFIC VICEDIRECTOR

AREA SMES

Alberto Buchberger, DIALCOS

Alberto Buchberger is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dialcos Spa, as well as being part of the board of directors of Coquendam Srl and being CEO of Certiblok.

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SCIENTIFIC VICEDIRECTOR AND LEARNING SPECIALIST

Stefanie Rankin, LEANBET

Stefanie Rankin is an English teacher with over 30 years of experience supporting businesses in English and training institutes in professional English.

THE SCIENTIFIC BOARD
THE PROGRAMME

THE PROGRAMME

 

The training sessions

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Xavier Repenne

Consulting in Industrial Operations Management

Beograd (Serbia)

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

6 HOURS

Friday 26/4

The close link between strategy and operation execution

Embark on the transformative journey of Industrial Makers' initial module, where participants explore strategic foundations, delve into market dynamics, and gain insights into efficient and effective operations. From defining company strategy to embracing Lean deployment, this module sets the stage for operational excellence, guiding you through the intricacies of supply chain vision and celebrating achievements along the way.

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Alexandre Lepee

Plant manager

Electrolux Professional

On Remote

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

4 HOURS

2nd SESSION
Wednesday 29/5

Optimizing Supply Chain Excellence: Unveiling Strategies from External Impact to Internal Brilliance

Throughout the module, we will begin by analyzing all external factors that may impact supply chain performance. We will then explore the external supply chain, covering aspects from suppliers to customers. Finally, we will conclude by presenting best practices for managing the internal supply chain, focusing on both components and finished goods.

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Paolo Bianchettin

Senior business consultant

Location TBD and on remote

 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.

6 HOURS

3rd SESSION
Friday 28/6

The Journey from Product Concept to Manufacturing

This 6-hour course will take you on a journey from the initial concept of a product to its final realization on the production line. We will explore the different stages of the product development process, from market research and ideation to design, prototyping, and manufacturing.

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Constance Fougerat

Industrial controller multi-site

Electrolux Professional

On Remote

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

4 HOURS

Friday 06/9

Mastering the Financial Landscape: Navigating Profit & Loss in Accounting and Industrial Strategies

Delve into the world of accounting and industrial utilization of profit & loss in this module. Participants will navigate through performance objectives, lean deployment strategies, and the power of performance metrics.

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Fabrizio Salton

Cold & WareWashing Lab Manager

Electrolux Professional

On Remote

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

4 HOURS

5th SESSION
Friday 04/10

Synergizing Operations and R&D: Driving Innovation through Collaborative Excellence

Unlock the potential of seamless collaboration between Operations and Research & Development (R&D) in this dynamic module. Explore strategies to foster a harmonious partnership between these crucial areas, driving innovation, optimizing processes, and enhancing overall organizational performance. Discover how aligning Operations and R&D can pave the way for groundbreaking advancements and sustained success in today's competitive landscape.

PRACTICAL INFO
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PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Cost and how to register

Unique Training Sessions
Choose in-person (when scheduled) or webinar
Max 30 in-person spots
100 online spots available for the event

The sessions will take place in person (when scheduled) or remotely. Alternatively, it will be possible to enroll exclusively in remote mode.

The participation fee for in-person attendance (when scheduled) is Euro 799+ VAT per participant for the entire program and € 180 + VAT per participant for each Module/session (if purchased individually).

The participation fee for remote-only attendance is Euro 699 + VAT per participant for the entire program and € 150 + VAT per participant for each Module/session (if purchased individually).

Payment must be made in advance via bank transfer at least 2 days before each Module.

 

To enroll, simply call +39 376 210 8166 or send an email to trainingcenter@leanbet.eu.

The enrollment request, duly signed, must be sent via email to trainingcenter@leanbet.eu 2 days before each module

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trainingcenter@leanbet.eu

+39 376 210 8166

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