Lean Transformation Innovation Centre

The Lean Transformation Innovation Centre (LTIC) serves as a resource centre for companies to learn more about lean thinking and practices through masterclasses and conferences with the objective of building lean capability. By working with local companies to identify and address performance gaps with sustainable solutions for long-term productivity gains, LTIC is able to share lean knowledge with local and regional participants from the industry and community.

 

 

 

LTIC offers

  • Specialised Lean Programmes to train your staff
  • Subsidised training fees for Lean Programmes
  • Internal grants to fund industry projects
  • Expertise from SIT’s faculty to solve industry problems
  • Access to SIT’s students to support industry projects
  • Networking opportunities among lean coaches and practitioners
Lean Programmes

Date

Programme

August 2017

Lean Skills Development Programme

28 - 29 August 2017 Lean Masterclass: Lean Leadership & Culture - a practical approach to continuous improvement

 

Other Programmes Offered:

  • Annual CXO Lean Summit (March)
  • Lean Improvement Projects
  • Lean Masterclasses
  • Lean Workshops

For registration and customisation of programmes and/or for more information, please contact Lean@SingaporeTech.edu.sg.

Our Team
 

Arthur Poh, Director
Arthur.Poh@SingaporeTech.edu.sg
6592 8971

  Mark Tan, Senior Manager
Mark.Tan@SingaporeTech.edu.sg
6592 3302
  Veronica Oh, Senior Manager
Veronica.Oh@SingaporeTech.edu.sg
6592 2104
  Angelina Tan, Senior Assistant Manager
Angelina.Tan@SingaporeTech.edu.sg
6592 3484
  Sarah Heng, Assistant Manager
Sarah.Heng@SingaporeTech.edu.sg
6592 1508
About LTIC

Singapore Institute of Technology, through the Technology, Innovation & Enterprise division, launched the Lean Transformation Innovation Centre (LTIC) on 10 March 2016. Through this collaboration with Singapore Workforce Development Agency and Boston-based Lean Enterprise Institute, SIT envisions that LTIC will be a focal resource centre for SMEs to acquire relevant knowledge, provide manpower training and also co-develop technological solutions that will help them to be more manpower-lean.