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Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Workshop


Facilitated by Eamonn Dunlea, Princes Foods

Eammon Dunlea heads up Continuous Improvement across 8 of the Princes Food Group Manufacturing sites
in the UK. The Princes Manufacturing System is an impressive framework which focuses on People, Process,
Asset Care and Innovation. He was also involved in developing and implementing the Britvic Work System,
which is a combination of TPS and TPM but designed specifically for the company. Prior to this he has
supported Unilever, Ford, Diageo and PZ Cussons in lean initiatives.

Eammon has a great passion for Creative Problem Solving and his workshop will cover the fundamentals of
CPS, how to get started, how to break down the problem, Brainstorming using SCAMPER & picture prompts
and Ideas selection. This will be an interactive workshop, so prepare to get involved!

15.30 Welcome & Introductions – Stuart Wood
15.45 Workshop: Workshop: Workshop: Creative Creative Creative Problem Solving Problem Solving Problem Solving
17.30 Round Table Discussion – Stuart Wood
18.00 Close

This event was organised by the UK Best Practice Forum and the South Coast Centre of Excellence In Satellite Applications

Satellite technologies play a vital role in a wide-range of industry sectors transforming businesses in areas as diverse as Healthcare, Media, Education, Construction, Environmental Resource Management, Tourism and Agriculture.