This year, the Lean Enterprise Institute is helping the MIT Lean Advancement Initiative’s “EdNet” jointly host their . Itâ€šÃ„Ã´s at the in Minneapolis — for more information, click here –> www.lean.org/leaned.
It’s LEI and LAI working together in some synergistic alphabet soup.
My friends at the LEI say it’s a unique venue in that weâ€šÃ„Ã´re bringing together not only educators in academia, but also educators in industry. The suppliers and the customers, so to speak.
They have keynoters and presenters from industry and from academia. Should be an interesting learning experience for all. And its price point is much lower than a traditional conference! ($500 for an industry attendee, $300 discounted rate for academics/students, plus a few dollars more for the optional tour (Andersen – $40), lunch on the pre-conference day ($10), or a pre-conference workshop ($40).
If you’re in this arena of Lean education, check it out!
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