Trainers

Our trainers all stand out due to their competence and experience.

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Trainer with competence and experience.

It goes without saying that our trainers all stand out due to their competence and experience. What else makes them so remarkable? All of our trainers have backgrounds in the industry. They themselves were managers and executives for many years, and they of all people understand the tasks which their

participants and coachees face. Instead of teaching vague theory, they all offer valuable and tried-and-true experience for a practical approach to everyday work life. And they do so in a agreeably authentic and approachable way. You’ll see: learning from them is a pleasure.

At Daimler, Stephan Panian got to know Lean Production at an early stage and with all the methods and implementation strategies and specialized himself in this area. Through appropriate continuing education and project work in foundry, manufacturing, assembly and logistics, he was able to gather a deep understanding and broad application experience. His involvement as a trainer in the coaching of experts provided him with further methodological knowledge and gave him opportunities to strengthen his competences in the transfer of his knowledge. Most recently, he was responsible for the roll-out of Shop Floor Management as a team leader, developing his coaching skills and sustainably improving the management system. Since 2011, he has been working as a management coach at Staufen AG and in projects where he can contribute his Automotive Lean know-how.
 Remco Peters

Current and future trainings of this trainer

After studying business management at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Remco Peters began his career as a consultant at Agamus Consult. He developed his consulting experience at Cap Gemini as a member of international projects in the automotive industry. Most recently, he was responsible for Practice Lean Manufacturing & Administration at MBtech Consulting GmbH. The main focus of his consulting work is to design and implement lean business processes in the automotive and manufacturing industries. He is an expert on the subject of Shop Floor Management and the sustainable change of organizations. Since 2013, Remco Peters has been working for Staufen AG as a partner and mastercoach in the area of Shop Floor Management.
After studying economics at the universities in Wuppertal and Nottingham, Marco Pett began his career at Robert Bosch GmbH in Salzgitter, where he had already gained initial experience of Lean methods within the CIP department. At GIRA Giersiepen GmbH & Co KG, he began his career in controlling, with a focus on administrative processes, before he used various Lean methods as the head of plastic production. In the course of this activity, he was responsible for the successful introduction of the Toyota-Kata method as well as from Shopfloor management in production. As an internal trainer, he also oversaw the implementation of Kata and Shop Floor Management in various other areas and was responsible for the design and implementation of internal training.