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Lean – a Japanese Management Concept in Steady Evolution

NB! This event is arranged exclusively for  current or graduated students at the Gothenburg Executive MBA Programme.

You are cordially invited to the Executive MBA Alumni Event jointly hosted by GU School of Executive Education and West Sweden Asia Gateway on April 11, 2016.

We are honoured to have Professor Mats Magnusson, Royal Institute of Technology as our speaker to address the topic of “Lean – a Japanese Management Concept in Steady Evolution”.

Prof. Mats Magnusson brings 25 years of experience working across various leading Swedish and international firms focusing on various areas of strategic management, innovation and learning – including the concept of “lean”.

He will discuss how the lean philosophy in Japan is context-specific and how non-Japanese companies have to redefine the ever-evolving Japanese lean concepts to their own contexts and circumstances.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get unique insights into the lean concept while mingling and networking with fellow alumni, current Executive MBA participants and members of West Sweden Asia Gateway.

DATE
April 11, 2016

PROGRAMME
2:45pm Registration
3:00pm Welcome Remarks
3:10pm Lecture by Mats Magnusson
4:10pm Q&A
4:30pm Mingle & Refreshments

VENUE
Malmstensvåningen, Handelshögskolan (Vasagatan 1, A6)

REGISTRATION
Register on this link before April 8

The event is free of charge. A no show cost of 200SEK will apply.

Please contact us!

If you have any questions or comments related to the Gothenburg Executive MBA alumni network, please contact:

Annika Kjellgren, Executive MBA-15 Annika_270_px_3
Executive MBA Alumni Ambassador
GU School of Executive Education
Phone +46 31 786 6656
Mobile +46 73 325 1313
Email: annika.kjellgren@gu.se

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