The Evolutionary Approach
For Continuous Improvement of What We Do.
Thursday, 17. February 2022| 20:30 – 21:30 CET
“It is not the strongest of species that survives, nor the most intelligent,
but the one most responsive to change”
– Charles Darwin
The Evolutionary Approach (Evo for short) is based on Deming’s Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle.
In this webinar we will explain how Evo techniques help us improve on what to achieve, as well as how to achieve it. We will show examples of how various Evo techniques helped railway, electronic instrument, parking system, and space projects to deliver better results in less time. All these projects were run by very knowledgeable engineers, but in each case, there were specific elements that could be improved for significantly better results.
Perhaps you will recognise some areas where your own work can benefit from one or more of these techniques.
In this webinar you will discover…
- How quick evolution feeds improvement of effectiveness and efficiency
- An overview of Evolutionary techniques
- The art of Evolutionary planning
- How every project can improve on something
- Which technique could benefit your own project now*
* We invite you to bring a current issue of your project to discuss.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is for Engineers, Technical Leaders, Project Managers, CTO
Limited spaces available. Save your seat and register now for FREE.
About your host…
Niels Malotaux is an independent Project Coach and expert in optimizing project performance. He has around 40 years experience in designing electronic and software systems at Delft University, in the Dutch Army and at Philips Electronics, in addition to leading a systems design company for 20 years.
Since 1998 he devotes his expertise to helping projects and organizations to deliver Quality On Time: delivering what the customer needs, when they need it, to enable customer success. To this effect, Niels developed an approach for effectively teaching Evolutionary Project Management (Evo) Methods, Requirements Engineering, Review and Inspection techniques, as well as Reliable Embedded Systems Design, and how to achieve Zero Defects.
However, his approach is particularly very pragmatically adapting to the circumstances. Since 2001, he taught and coached well over 400 projects in 40+ organizations in the Netherlands, Belgium, China, Germany, Ireland, India, Israel, Japan, Poland, Romania, Serbia, South Africa, the UK and the US, which led to a wealth of experience in which approaches work better and which work less well in practice.
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