Unlocking Value through Constraint Innovation (aka Managing "Herbies")

4:00pm Monday, 16 October 2017
6:00pm Monday, 16 October 2017
Networking Events
Michael Page, Westralia Square
167 St Georges Terrace
Perth, Western Australia 6000
Australia

Overview

ASCI & SCLAA WA event: Interational Continuous Improvement expert, Lewis Trigger, shares common sense, practical solutions drawn from the Theory of Constraints to address the challenge of "Unlocking Value."

In an hour Lewis will convey the central themes of Constraint Innovation through a personal story from his officer training with the Israeli Air Force. 

The story revolves around a desert training exercise in which the “Constraint” is the slowest trooper, “Herbie”. 

Herbie’s story is the story of every management system where ultimately the outcomes of all Supply Chains and organisations are dictated by how we manage our Constraints, our “Herbies”. 

Lewis uses the story of “Herbie” to illustrate how the Constraint Innovation fundamentals are leveraged to achieve a mutually beneficial outcome.

Speaker

Presenter: Lewis Trigger

Lewis uses the story of “Herbie” to illustrate how the Constraint Innovation fundamentals are leveraged to achieve a mutually beneficial outcome. 

Lewis Trigger is a recognised international expert in Constraint Innovation. Australian born, Israel resident, Lewis is an industrial engineer (MBA, MSc), with over 25 years of experience in applying Theory of Constraints (TOC) within the Israeli military’s maintenance; engineering and logistics systems, within government and private industry. In addition he is a senior lecturer in leading academic institutions including the prestigious M.B.A program at the University of Tel Aviv. 

Over the last 16 years, Lewis has shared his expertise through his workshops to many leading organisations in Australia such as Newcrest Mining, Visy, Arnott’s, Schweppes, The Australian Submarine Corporation, Thales, Adelaide Health Service, the Spotlight Retail Chain, Dairy Farmers, Coopers Brewery, Government agencies at a Federal, State, and Local level.

 

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Limited spaces available
Registrations close 11 October 2017

Contact Information

Additional Information

Registration

Please register for this event here. If you have any problems registering please contact secretary@sclaa.com.au

Please note

ASCI members cost: $10
Non ASCI members cost: $20

Light refreshents will be provided