[CANCELLED] Kaizen Camp Edinburgh

The first Kaizen Camp in Europe

23 24 September 2013

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Sadly we've had to postpone this until Spring next year, due to a scheduling conflict - essentially it was too close to Lean Agile Scotland to be able to make it as wonderful as we'd wanted, so have pushed it back to allow us to do a very much better job, with more time and less focus competition.

Kaizen Camp™ is a two-day unique unconference focused on continuous improvement – on actually finishing work and being happy with the results. Kaizen Camp is diverse. Attracting attendees from all of knowledge work (including software, government services, health care, education, law, manufacturing…) we have real discussions with diverse attendees.

Kaizen Camp breaks down silos to get people talking about completing work we are proud of.

Kaizen Camp is about learning, creating, and building value by discussing Lean Principles, agile methodologies, systems thinking, problem-solving, the thought leadership of people like Deming, Ackoff, Kahneman, and Argyris, real-world stories, and the impacts of collaboration and respect in the workplace. Kanban, Personal Kanban, Agile, Six Sigma, 5s, Cynefin are all on the table…but so is the root of all these forms: Continuous Improvement or Kaizen.

Kaizen Camps are intentionally small to ensure good conversations. They routinely sell-out, and we expect Edinburgh to sell-out quickly. So be sure to register early.

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  • Martin Burns
  • Jim Benson
  • Kevin Austin
  • Chris McDermott 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

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  • Erik Sowa
  • Philipp Schroeder

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