Most companies embarking on a Lean journey soon become frustrated with Kaizen events and isolated improvement projects that yield great short-term results but quickly return to their previous condition.
Internationally renown teacher and author, Mike Hoseus teaches the topic of how to Engage Your Culture Using Lean Daily Management.
To enhance the sustainability of improvement efforts, an interactive strategy deployment and daily management system aligns people with a company’s true north to strengthen their culture of continuous improvement.
This three-day course is intended to demonstrate how to develop leaders to connect and develop both the product and people value streams in their organization. Sustainable Lean improvements will result in increased profitability and long-term mutual prosperity for your team members.
The workshop will discuss how to bring to life the values of a company to established their guiding principles or mission statements. We will do this by explaining the specific steps/actions to consider while using problem-solving processes in daily activities (i.e. – communication, buy-in, engagement, purpose, customer satisfaction and more). We will also discuss each participant’s line of sight to the company goals or business plan (Hoshin), normally centered around the key performance indicators (i.e. Quality, Cost, Productivity, Safety, and HR Development). Integrating these concepts into a Daily Management Development System will also be discussed and practiced.
Course Highlights Include
Mike Hoseus’, co-author of Toyota Culture, will review how a Lean organization establishes their culture for problem-solving at all levels.
- Productivity (Delivery, Service)
- People (HRD, Engagement)
This program is ideal for CEOs, Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Executive Leaders, General Managers, Lean Leaders, and anyone facilitating change within your organization who understands the importance of going beyond tools to create effective management systems and processes in order to set the basis for creating a sustainable Lean culture.