Training and Services
DESIGNING THE FUTURE
A Lean Product Development Immersive Learning Experience
This two day workshop is targeted towards practitioners with an immersive experience applying LPPD principles while developing a product. Since LPPD is an enterprise activity, managers, leaders and continuous improvement agents in an organization are encouraged to attend.
Product Development Value Stream Mapping
Understanding and Improving the Work
Jim Morgan and Jeff Liker’s Designing the Future provides a relatable and practical set of lean principles to improve product development performance in any organization. How do you get started improving the performance in your organization? Start with understanding the work…
Lean Process Creation
Why Developing a Product that Customers Actually Want Requires a Great Process to Produce and Deliver It
Lean Product and Process Development (LPPD) is about creating profitable value streams. This includes designing all of the process steps required to build and deliver your product or service to your customer with maximum value and minimum waste. Upon launch of a new product, nearly 80% of the cost–and hence waste–has already been locked-in by the product and process designs…
Getting started on your LPPD journey can seem daunting. It’s often difficult to even know how to get started. Working with an experienced coach can lead to a deeper understanding of your current development system capabilities, opportunities for improvement and a more effective plan to move forward. Emc Network coaches have many years of experience working with organizations from a variety of industries to improve their development capability. Contact us if you are interested in learning more about a diagnostic visit.
Most companies keep their development system under wraps making it difficult to accomplish any kind of meaningful learning with other organizations. We are bringing like-minded, non-competing organizations together to learn in a safe and collaborative environment. Contact us if you are interested in learning more about how to engage with our learning group of companies.