Applying Project Management Tools and Techniques to Low-Volume Manufacturing Operations
Monday, 27 November 2017 13:35 - 14:10
Lean manufacturing has long been the fundamental principle for manufacturers to maximise the value of their operations and minimise the waste involved in producing goods. For decades, lean has been implemented into the fundamental practices of Project Management, Leadership, Office Process, Home Life, etc.
This presentation will take an opposite view and provide a four-component road map of project management techniques which can be used to improve low-volume manufacturing operations
This unique view of utilising project management methodologies will show how business owners and stakeholders can make an immediate impact to their bottom line and manage risks more effectively
Nicholas is reputed as a high-performing Program Director with broad-based global experience leading high-profile projects and operations that drive bottom-line profitability for industry leading organisations. He has a strong global background implementing lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, and 5s methodologies which have driven positive change within organisations. As a decisive leader who thrives in large Program initiatives, fast moving manufacturing environments, he has gained global experience by living and working in U.S., Australia, Italy, China and Poland markets. Nicholas holds numerous lean and project management certifications ( PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, CSPO, CSM, CSP, LSSGB, LSSBB ) and has executed programs in various cultures leading skilled professionals with multi-cultural backgrounds.