Upcoming Events in Detail

Public events are shown below. Please contact us directly for information about in-company courses.


November 13, 2018

Introduction to Second Generation Lean Product Development

Evening SAFe Meet-up
SimCorp
Copenhagen, Denmark
Information: SimCorp

This is a free one hour introduction to ideas in my book The Principles of Product Development FLOW.


November 20, 2018

What Do We Want from Systems Thinking?

45 minute Presentation
Xebicon ’18
Paris, France
Information: Xebicon

A practical approach to using systems thinking to make better economic choices. We don’t need omniscience or omnipotence to make better system choices.


November 26, 2018

Introduction to Second Generation Lean Product Development

Evening SAFe Meet-up
VISEO
Paris, France
Information: VISEO

This is a free one hour introduction to ideas in my book The Principles of Product Development FLOW. Just like my Denmark event on November 13 but it is not yet waitlisted.


November 28, 2018

The Leadership Challenge of Decentralized Control

60 minute Presentation
FLOWCON 2018
Paris, France
Information: FLOWCON 2018

Shifting to decentralized control is more complex than it appears. It requires enabling initiative while preserving alignment. We’ll discuss the need for information, authority, and resources and the more subtle problem of developing good business judgment.


November 29, 2018

Short Class:

Applying the Principles of FLOW

One-day Workshop
FLOWCON 2018
Paris, France
Information: FLOWCON 2018

This workshop is a one-day version of my signature two-day workshop based on the book The Principles of Product Development FLOW.. It covers about 75 percent of the same content, but omits valuable hands-on computational exercises.


December 11, 2018

Short Class:

Applying the Principles of FLOW

One-day Workshop
Wibas
Darmstadt, Germany
Information:Wibas

This workshop is a one-day version of my signature two-day workshop based on the book The Principles of Product Development FLOW.. It covers about 75 percent of the same content, but omits valuable hands-on computational exercises.