Brussels conference to discuss Lean and Six Sigma implementation in European defence forces
Business Wire reports on the necessity to implement strategies such as Lean and Six Sigma in the European defence arena; this will ensure that the defence and armed forces reflect positive growth.
An upcoming event that is aimed at the integrated implementation of the Lean and Six Sigma strategies in the defence sector is the conference to be held in Brussels between November 2 and 4 this year. The event is being organized by Marcus Evans, a leading business information firm, and will provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and expertise. Among the speakers will be defence personnel who will be sharing their expertise.
Perhaps the most important segment of the event will be a panel discussion on the implementation of Lean and Six Sigma across European defence forces. This discussion will pinpoint the countries which have already put Six Sigma into practice and measure the success and/or failure of such implementation. The list of participants announced by Marcus Evans is impressive, and the event is likely to generate constructive thinking. Business Wire reports:
This event will be practical, informative and interactive and will include case studies, relevant accounts, instructive examples and supportive workshops concerning the Lean and Six Sigma practice…. At this event key tools and expertise knowledge will be specified, allowing military and industry personnel the ability to effectively execute Lean and Six Sigma quality projects. This event also features a post-conference workshop facilitated by Pertinence and a post-conference site tour of Solar Turbines, Inc., a Caterpillar subsidiary.