​​​Supreme Steel Saskatoon
The Challenges to Lean Across a Virtual Team

2017 LPAS Conference Presenter

Operations in Saskatchewan are led by Supreme Steel Saskatoon, the largest fabrication facility in the region. Supreme Steel Saskatoon’s engineering, steel detailing, fabrication and erection specialists have contributed to and helped grow the economy of Saskatchewan by servicing a wide range of clients in the industrial mining sector, as well as commercial and institutional markets. As a full-service steel authority with Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) experience and traditional project delivery, it’s Supreme Steel Saskatoon’s job to ensure we’re able to deliver our full range of services at the same capacity anywhere our clients need us.

Learn about:

  • How Supreme has incorporated Lean methodology into a group spread across Western North America. The successes and of course the challenges in making it all happen.
  • Lean/problem solving/continuous improvement leaders
  • Change agents, lean project leaders/coordinators
  • Executives, Managers, Supervisors
  • Human Resource, Organizational Development, Training leaders
  • All sectors, for profit and non-profit
  • All levels of experience - whether you are new on your continuous journey or are a seasoned practitioner this conference is for you!

LPAS 2019 Gemba Tour

This is your Chance to Experience Lean in Action!

International Road Dynamics Inc.
Success Found Through People

Learn about:

  • Culture – the commitment to training, development, mentoring and self empowerment.
  • The Diversity and Scope of their Program – see methodology have positive gains throughout Sales, Finance, Engineering, Software, R&D, Supply Chain and Operations. See firsthand how to engage everyone from Senior Management to front line workers.

​​Superior Cabinets
The Value of Lean: Superior's Journey

2017 LPAS Conference Presenter

Learn about:

  • How Superior found a way to engage their team and empower them to make the company better
  • ​How they have generated more than half a million dollars in savings.

Lean Practitioners

of Saskatchewan

Who Should Attend?