CIM_CIL organises first Lean breakfast in Wallonia (free)
After the successes in Flanders CIM_CIL now organises for the first time a Lean breakfast session in Wallonia on May 4th 2011.
Venue: Leonardo Wavre, Rue de la Wastinne 45, at 1301 Wavre, Belgium
Time: breakfast starts at 08.00 CET
Registration mandatory: follow this link
First CBBL certificate awarded to Xavier Perrin
The first Certified Black Belt in Lean certificate is awarded to Xavier Perrin (FR). This CBBL certificate was handed over by Luc Van Landeghem, president of IIBLC™, at the Lean conference in Toulouse on February 3rd. This event was organised by MGCM France.
Lean conference in Toulouse was a success!
On February 3rd MGCM France organised a Lean conference in Toulouse. One of the main speakers was Luc Van Landeghem, president of IIBLC™. With 170 participants this event was a huge success! Other speakers included the VP Supply Chain of Airbus, Toulouse and people from Mars Inc.
Lean conference by MGCM France in Toulouse
MGCM, the French partner of IIBLC™, organises a conference on Lean on February 3rd in Toulouse.
IIBLC® in the press
In the latest October edition of I-Mag an article was published written by Norbert D'hiet, member of the IIBLC® Content Committee. I-Mag is the engineering magazine of the Flemish Chamber of Engineers (VIK). In this article he elaborates on Lean and the vital role of the employee.
The article can be found in the 'Downloads' section. Please note that the article is written in Dutch.
President IIBLC™ at Lean breakfast session by MGCM France
Le Bonheur est Toujours dans le Lean
Avec le Lean Management dans les Services
MGCM, the French partner of IIBLC™, organised a breakfast session on Lean in Services on November 4th.
- 8h30: Bienvenue aux participants - Michel Gavaud (MGCM)
- 8h40-9h10: La Mise en Place du Lean dans l'Administration - Gabriel Chenevoy et François Gobillard (Direction Générale de la Modernisation de l'Etat) et Eric Corbaux (Direction des Services Judiciaires)
- 9h10-9h40: Le Lean en Milieu Hospitalier - Xavier Perrin (MGCM) et François Bisch (CHU de Dijon)
- 9h40-9h55: Une Certification Lean: Pourquoi et Comment? -Luc Van Landeghem (IIBLC™)
- 9h55-10h30: Questions et réponses
2nd Lean breakfast session by CIM_CIL (free)
Following the success of last year's session, CIM_CIL organises a second breakfast session on Lean on September 29th.
Venue: Link 21, Welvaartstraat 14-1 at 2200 Herentals, Belgium
Time: start at 08.15 CET
Registration mandatory: follow this link
The Lean certified community keeps on growing
On June 19th, we were pleased to welcome the candidates for a new exam session. This time the exams for the Certification of Green Belt in Lean (CGBL) and for the Certification of Black Belt in Lean (CBBL) have taken place.
Again we noticed a high success rate for both exams, so congratulations to all the new Certified Green and Black Belts in Lean!
Sixth annual study by executive search firm The Avery Point Group finds Lean talent demand now clearly outpacing Six Sigma by a substantial margin as the new prevailing force in corporate continuous improvement.
The Avery Point Group is a global executive recruiting and search firm that assists companies in identifying, assessing and recruiting midlevel management to senior executive Lean & Six Sigma talent.
"After years of steady gains, Lean has now achieved a clear and dominant standing over Six Sigma as the leading force in corporate continuous improvement, according to the latest study of almost 3,500 recent job postings reviewed by The Avery Point Group, a leading global executive search firm. The now dominant standing of Lean indicates that companies are increasingly relying on Lean as the core foundation for their continuous improvement efforts to help them face the challenges of today’s economic downturn."
"Based on its sixth annual study of Internet job postings, The Avery Point Group found that demand for Lean talent has surpassed Six Sigma by a substantial margin as the more desired skill set, accelerating an already growing shift in talent demand toward Lean. This year’s study showed that Lean talent demand exceeded Six Sigma by almost 35 percent, significantly widening its lead over last year’s results that only showed an 11 percent edge for Lean over Six Sigma. This is a dramatic shift from The Avery Point Group’s 2005 inaugural Lean and Six Sigma talent demand study that showed Six Sigma talent demand exceeding Lean by more than 50 percent."
"In addition, this year’s study focused on how requirements for certifications played into job specifications for Lean and Six Sigma talent. As Lean continues to gain more prominence, we fully expect our future annual studies to show increases in Lean certification requirements in job postings.”