Free Workshop – Nov. 6, 2014 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
If you want to sustain Lean it’s not the tools that are going to do it – it’s the creation of a culture.
So many of you have asked, “How do we create this culture?” As a leader, “What works, and what doesn’t work?” I’ve been asking myself those same questions.
As a result, I have teamed up with several very accomplished people to create a BREAKTHROUGH APPROACH to Lean Leadership – one that draws on the experience of the Toyota Production System and many others.
That six-module course will be offered in the Spring of 2015 at PSU CEPE. However, I can’t wait that long to begin to share this with you: ON NOVEMBER 6 of this year we will be offering a FREE overview workshop of our Lean Leadership approach!
You’ll learn the basic approach and be able to discuss challenges you’ve been having with leaders from a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, banking, healthcare, and government. I promise it will be informative, entertaining, and ground-breaking.
Here is a peek at what we will talk about:
Lean Thinking: A correct way of thinking about Lean and a discussion of some of the myths and misconceptions that have developed about Lean.
Hoshin Kanri: An interactive system of strategic planning, standardization, continuous improvement, and accountability.
Toyota Kata: The DNA of Kaizen. Developing an improvement culture, improvement habits, and coaching skills for daily problem solving.
Lean Daily Management: Standard Work for Leaders, Daily Huddles, Visual Systems, Gemba, and more.
Authentic Leadership: Skills and a practice for self-mastery.
This workshop will give you a road map on how to develop Leadership for Lean in your organization. But perhaps even better, it will give you a platform to learn more about yourself as a leader. I hope you can join us.
Tom Fabrizio, Instructor, M.Ed., JD
To learn more or to register call 503-719-7655 or go to www.pdx.edu