Lewis is a recognized international expert in TOC. Australian born, Israel resident, Lewis is an industrial engineer (MBA MSc), with over twenty five years of experience in applying Theory of Constraints (TOC) within the Israeli military’s maintenance; engineering and logistics systems, within government and industry.
After completing his graduate studies Lewis went on to serve sixteen years as an officer in the Israeli Air Force, mainly in maintenance and logistics roles within both the combat operational base and HQ level. His experience in the Israeli Air Force, followed by holding senior management positions in the Israeli Hi-tech market, has provided Lewis with a wealth of knowledge and experience in Project Management Maintenance and Operation's. Today he heads his own company, based in Israel that provides Industrial Engineering Consultancy and Workshops to both the defence and commercial markets. For fourteen years he was awarded the contract to coach all the formal Project Management workshops for the Israeli Air Force and Land Forces as well as management training of maintenance programs. In addition, he teaches Management courses in a number of Israeli colleges including the prestigious MBA program at the University of Tel Aviv.
Over the last fourteen years, Lewis has presented workshops to a large number of leading Australian organisations, such as Newcrest Mining, Visy, Arnott’s, The Australian Submarine Corporation, The Adelaide Health Service, Spotlight Retail Chain, Dairy Farmers, Rosebank Engineering, Geographe, Coopers Brewery, Government agencies (federal, state, and local). More recently Lewis has also expanded his activities to India.
Lewis holds a number of qualifications. His initial training was at the University of Queensland; however since then he has gained international experience including a Master of Business Administration from the Business School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from the prestigious United States Air Force Institute of Technology. He has been personally coached on Theory of Constraints by the theory’s founder Dr. Eli Goldratt.
Tuition Fee: $995 pp. This course is GST exempt.
Early Bird Registration (before 2 November 2018): $895 pp. This course is GST exempt.
Additional discounts are available for attendees who attend UniSA’s Theory of Constraints 2-day course from the 20 November - 21 November. For further details please contact Sandra Walker on 08 8302 0801 or email Sandra.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pre-reading materials
- Study notes and presentation handouts
- Certificate of Completion
Accommodation and travel expenses are not included. Assistance with bookings is available on request.
The University of South Australia reserves the right to cancel this program at any time and issue refunds. In the event that an attendee cannot attend, a substitute may attend in their place. No refunds will be issued unless 21 days’ notice is given in writing prior to the date of the planned program.
Emphasis is placed on the active involvement of the participants, with a strong focus on their working environment. For part of the workshop, participants will be divided into workgroups, with each group being assigned a challenging area from at least one of the participants working environment. As we proceed with the learning, each group will be required to illustrate the practical relevance of the learning to their nominated case study. Exercises are extensively used, and group learning through open discussions is encouraged. Reliable case studies that have shown great success through the use of Theory of Constraints methodology are elaborated on throughout the workshop.