Designing the Future
Leverage the power of Lean Product and Process Development (LPPD) to improve the way you create new value
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker
Jim Morgan focuses on 6 Guiding Principles of Lean Product and Process Development in an exciting series of videos. Watch the introduction video and hear from a variety of people in different organizations about how they are putting these guiding principles into...
In this video, Jim Morgan addresses Caterpillar global engineering staff during Engineers Week 2020. His talk demonstrates how LPPD (Lean Product and Process Development) engages the entire enterprise and creates a continuous improvement machine. Watch Jim's...
A recent interview with Rivian’s CEO, R.J. Scaringe, and COO, Jim Morgan, reveals Rivian’s focus on developing teams and how it drives product. Together they talk about how creating a purpose driven organization is attempting solve a very important issue – how to have transportation that will provide a sustainable planet.
Virtual Lean Summit
Starts September 14, 2020 | Online
Four valuable learning tracts offered for free at different dates/times until November 30, 2020 featuring Jim Womack, the founder of LEI and pioneer of lean thinking in the U.S., and Jim Morgan, senior advisor of LEI’s Lean Product and Process Development program. Take advantage of valuable learning, inspiration, and networking opportunities.
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Your “product” represents the output of all your organization’s value creating activities and is ultimately what matters most to your customer. What’s more, the work that’s done during product development will impact your organization for years to come. So engaging your organization in improving your development capability should be the most important activity you ever undertake. The principles and practices of lean product and process development will help you on that journey.
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