QRM Masterclass

April 2015 27th and 28th - Sophia Antipolis

 Masterclass, April 27th 2015

  • Introduction to the QRM concepts (Rajan Suri, QRM founder)

  • Practical cases by Entrepreneurs

Agenda

13:00 Registration and Coffee
13:30 Welcome by Quick Response Enterprise
13:45 Introduction to QRM The 4 key-concepts by Rajan Suri
15:15 Break
15:30 Introduction to QRM The 4 key-concepts by Rajan Suri
17:00 Insight from a QRM Entrepreneur by Ben Proesmans, CEO Provan
18:00 Closing remarks and panel discussion
18:15 Networking with participants and cocktail

 

Workshop Administratives Functions, April 28th 2015

  • Introduction to the QRM concepts (Rajan Suri, QRM founder)

  • Workshop Administrative functions

  • Practical cases studies

Agenda

08:30 Registration and Coffee
09:00 Welcome by Quick Response Enterprise
09:15 Introduction to QRM The 4 key-concepts by Rajan Suri
10:45 Break
11:00 Workshop by Rajan Suri
12:30 Lunch
13:15 Workshop by Rajan Suri
14:45 Break
15:00 Workshop by Rajan Suri
16:30 Case studies Quick Response Enterprise
17:00 Closing remarks and panel discussion
17:45 Networking with participants and cocktail

Fotor0514124128Rajan Suri is Emeritus Professor of Industrial Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received his Bachelors degree from Cambridge University (England) and his M. S. and Ph. D. from Harvard University.

Professor Suri is the Founding Director of the Center for Quick Response Manufacturing (QRM) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a consortium in which around 300 companies have worked with the University on developing and implementing QRM strategies.

Dr. Suri is author of the original book on QRM, Quick Response Manufacturing: A Companywide Approach to   Reducing Lead Times (Productivity Press, 1998), as well as the latest book on QRM, It’s About Time: The       Competitive Advantage of Quick Response Manufacturing (Productivity Press, 2010). Dr. Suri has consulted for leading firms including Alcoa, AT&T, Danfoss, Ford, Harley-Davidson, Hewlett Packard, IBM, John Deere…Consulting assignments in Europe and the Far East have given him an international perspective on manufacturing competitiveness.

 Professor Suri has received awards from the American Automatic Control Council, The Institute of Management Sciences and the IEEE. In 1999, Suri was made a Fellow of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), and in 2006 he received SME’s Albert M. Sargent Progress Award for the creation and implementation of the Quick Response Manufacturing philosophy. In 2010 Rajan Suri was inducted into the Industry Week 2010 Manufacturing Hall of Fame.