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The Airplane Game

Thursday 15/02/2018

8.30AM - 4.00PM

Venue: HunterNet

Address: 755 Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW, 2302

Cost: Free

Email: EPLearningEvents@industry.gov.au

Website: https://www.business.gov.au/events/the-airplane-game

Booking URL: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-airplane-game-registration-38308086518#tickets

This full-day workshop provides businesses across all industry sectors with information on LEAN concepts to increase productivity, attack wastes and reduce costs using a hands-on, simulation game.

LEAN concepts are powerful tools for increasing productivity, attacking wastes and reducing costs. The Airplane Game is a simulation workshop for SMEs to look at the LEAN processes and gain understanding of:

  • why achieveing profitable growth is such a challenge for small and medium sized businesses
  • Core Lean Manufacturing principles that will help see opportunity in the business
  • how to apply LEAN using a simple, practical, hands-on simulation
  • why a “big company solution” like LEAN works so efficiently in small business
  • the steps to successful LEAN implementation
  • how to unlock growth potential.

This event is being run by the Entrepreneurs’ Programme. The Programme uses experienced Advisers and Facilitators, drawn from industry, to ensure businesses get the advice and support they need to improve their competitiveness, productivity and to maximize their growth potential.

Supported by: AusIndustry – Innovation Programmes

This is a free event hosted by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science Entrepreneur's Programme in collaboration with Local Councils.

If you have any questions about this event or any future events, please contact EPLearningEvents@industry.gov.au

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