On May 13 -16, 2012, the next Lean Software and Systems Conference will take place. After successful conferences in Miami, Atlanta and Long Beach, Boston has been chosen to host this exceptional event.
We would like your input!
Named after Miami’s island where the first Lean and Kanban conference was held in 2009, the Brickell Key Award is intended to show appreciation and give leverage to two people who have shown outstanding achievement, leadership and contribution to our Lean community whether online, local, national or global.
If you know anyone that fits this profile, please let us know. Nominate them by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us why you think they should receive this award.
The award consists of an engraved solid crystal trophy plus an allowance to travel to two international conferences over the next year (valued at up to $5,000 USD). Winners will also join the selection committee for future years.
In 2010 the Brickell Key Award was won by David Joyce and Alisson Vale, and Russell Healy and Richard Hensley got the honour of receiving this award in 2011. Let’s make sure they get worthy successors!
More information on the Brickell Key Award and the nomination process can be found on the conference website: LSSC12