Lean Coffee Workshops

Information on the Lean Coffee workshops in the 2019 LERC Conference

Developed in Seattle, USA in 2009, Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting at which participants gather, build an agenda and begin discussing. See leancoffee.org

Conversations are directed and productive because the democratic nature of the meeting, and because of the innate topic interest and expertise of the participants.

The LERC conference will operate an adapted approach, with each group (containing 7 participants, plus facilitators) having a broad key theme to direct the discussion and participants will suggest and discuss topics that fall under each theme. A facilitator team (of two) will provide guidance and ensure the output is captured effectively.

Conference delegates should select a particular lean coffee to attend before the conference.

Themes

# Theme Facilitator 1 Facilitator 2 Location Places available
1 Design & Innovation Joakim Hillberg Pia Anhede 1.19 Full
2 Green & Lean Andrea Pampanelli Neil Trivedi 1.19 5
3 Implementation Graham Canning Jon Tudor 1.19 1
4 Leadership & Organisation Lisa Norcross Susanne Ratzenberger 0.16 Full
5 People Glyn Finney Chris Cooper 0.16 3
6 Public Value Tammi Sinha Claire Lorrain 0.16 5
7 Scheduling & Planning Stuart Wood Heiko Fierenz 2.01 6
8 Services & Lean Howard Wilcox Christian Steffen 2.01 2
9 Supply Chain Donna Samuel Zsuzsanna Török 2.02 5
10 Technology & Lean Paul Duffy Francesco Caputo 2.02 Full

Table updated 2nd September


Lean Coffee themes explanations >>>

Overview

We also want to generate themes, ideas and topics for the emerging LERC research agenda, so the sessions will be designed with this in mind.

Note that we will be be seeking volunteers from conference delegates to be workshop facilitators – you can click an option when registering.

Lean Coffee Guides

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