Keynote speaker Niklas Modig is an inspirational person, who knows how to engage any kind of audience and keep them interested throughout his talks. Niklas is an academic with tremendous expertise within lean and operational excellence. Niklas is the author of the best-selling book “This Is Lean – Resolving the Efficiency Paradox” and was selected as one out of 101 Super-talents in Sweden by the weekly business publication Veckans Affärer in 2012.
Reasons to book Niklas Modig
- He is recognized as one of the leading authorities within lean, operational excellence and customer orientation.
- Niklas is also a global speaker and has been inspiring and supervising companies and organisation in more than 40 different countries.
- He is a multi-awarded teacher and speaker, who is often recognized as one of the most pedagogical and inspirational speakers within his field
Niklas Modig is a researcher at the Center for Innovation and Operations Management at Stockholm School of Economics and is one of the leading authorities within lean and operational excellence. He has been living for extended periods in Japan and reads, writes, and speaks Japanese fluently.
As the first and only foreign researcher in the world, Niklas was given access to conduct an in-depth study of Toyota Motor Corporation’s most high-performing service systems. He has spent thousands of hours inside Toyota trying to understand the depth of their philosophy.
Niklas currently works as a supervisor and strategic facilitator for various multinational companies and organizations, such as Anticimex, AstraZeneca, ABB, ComHem, Ericsson, Nordea, Saab Group, Scania, Siemens, SEB, Vattenfall, Volvo Cars, Telenor, etc. but also various hospitals, public organizations, management consulting firms, private equity firms, venture capital firms, etc.
Niklas has taken a leading position as inspirational lecturer within the field of lean and operational excellence. He is the author of the best-selling book, “This Is Lean – Resolving the Efficiency Paradox”, which has been translated into 14 languages, sold over 200,000 copies and it became the Nr.1 best-selling management book in Sweden 2012 and the most sold lean book of all time.
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