Montreal Section : Lean and Statistical Thinking 490
Montreal Section : Lean and Statistical Thinking
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Some people associate Lean with the elimination of waste and Six Sigma with the reduction of variability. In fact, Lean is much more about variability reduction than most people think. In this conference, you will see why it is not possible to have a continuous flow in the presence of variability. You should leave the conference with a better understanding of why statistical thinking is a very important skill for all Lean practitioners and leaders.

As an introduction to this topic, you are invited to read this short article published by Martin Carignan, our speaker for this event: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/lean-six-sigma-both-variability-reduction-martin-carignan/

Please register early. Space will be limited. Bring your business cards and be ready to network!
  • Cost: 40$ for meal, tax and service , but no alcoholic beverages. Students $20 (with proof). Includes networking opportunities and free parking.
  • Public Transportation: The 72 and 225 STM buses will drop you off within walking distance of the hotel.
 
Check here for details or reserve at our website at http://www.asqmontreal.qc.ca/.
You may register at: event@asqmontreal.qc.ca
Date & Time
Monday April 29th, 2019 5:00pm CDT
End Date & Time
Monday April 29th, 2019 8:00pm CDT
Venue
Novotel Montréal Aeroport Hotel
Address
2599 Boulevard Alfred Nobel
Saint-Laurent, Québec H4S 2G1
Canada
Categories
Conference, Social Event
Host Type
Peer Group
Additional Information
Martin Carignan is a consultant having more than twenty years of experience in the field of industrial statistics and performance improvement. He holds a Bachelor degree in Mathematics (actuarial science), a Master degree in Statistics from the Université de Montréal and an MBA from the Université de Sherbrooke.
He has trained hundreds of people, and coaches upper management teams, in Lean Six Sigma and different statistical methods and tools for continuous improvement in Canada, the United States and Europe. He is presently implementing the Hoshin Kanri process and daily performance management in multiple organizations as a means to develop a continuous improvement culture.

Vincent Béchard, has been acting as a decision-making consultant in the areas of modelling, simulation and optimization of industrial operations since 2004. His skills and competencies are based on statistics and data science, exploratory data analysis, design of scientific applications, discrete event simulation, black-box optimization and Lean Six Sigma. He is familiar with parts and materials handling, operations and traffic, reliability and maintenance, logistics and scheduling, and supply chains. His diversified experience includes surface and underground mining, port operations, smelting facilities, manufacturing of food and beverages, baggage handling and airport operations, industrial greenhouses, pharmaceutical and pulp and paper industries.
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