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Lean: Implications for Project Managers and Business Analysts – Algonquin College Knowledge Builder

Feb 12, 2016 |13:00-15:00 | There is no charge to attend this learning event Lean has become a commonly used methodology within the discipline of business process management. Lean expert, Paul Youldon will introduce you to “Lean for IT” which applies Lean methods to typical IT areas such as service management, software development project management and IT planning and governance. During this session

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Join Algonquin College at GTEC and Meet Lean Advisors’ Paul Youldon

Join us at the annual GTEC trade show October 20 – 21, 2015 at the Shaw Centre, Ottawa. Register today using Algonquin College marketing code ALGONQUIN to save $200 on your pass or receive a free expo pass. GTEC: Connecting Technology, Ideas and Canadians to Drive Innovation Among experts at Algonquin College’s GTEC booth 718 will be Lean Advisors Lean IT specialist, Paul

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Paul Youldon presented to IIBA on Lean: Implications for Business Analysts

On September 15th, Paul Youldon, presented to the Ottawa-Outaouais Chapter of the  International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) on the topic of “Lean: Implications for Business Analysts“ . The IIBA is dedicated to the development and maintenance of standards for the practice of business analysis, and for the certification and recognition of practitioners. The Ottawa-Outaouais Chapter supports members by offering a

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Collaboration with Algonquin College

Intersol Group and Lean Advisors Inc. are pleased to announce a collaboration with Algonquin College Corporate Training (ACCT) to develop and deliver a Lean Management Algonquin College Certificate Program. ACCT helps performance-driven organizations to build the knowledge, skills and approaches required of a modern workforce. With a reputation of excellence and more than 45 years of experience, ACCT designs, develops

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“Lean Beginnings” Knowledge Builder

Most organizations are actively investigating ways to improve their performance.  They find new business tools and apply them hoping for results that will allow them to serve their clients better.  The selection of what tools they use to improve is often related to what other businesses are doing. The missing ingredient is not a new toolkit, but rather a new way

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