2015 Lean Coaching Summit | July 20-23, 2015
If lean is an experiential learning process, coaching is THE skill to enable more effective, more efficient learning of lean thinking and practice. It's a skill that all lean leaders need to acquire.
Join us July 20-23 in Seattle, for 2 days of intensive learning, practicing, and networking.
More Kaizen, Less Firefighting
Upcoming workshops will help you and your team move from reactive management to continuous improvement:
Online Training: Managing Kaizen Events: Make sure your improvement events don't revert to "drive-by-kaizens" but are pulled by activities that really matter. June 16-25
Toyota was struggling when Taiichi Ohno and a small group began experimenting with methods that ultimately became the Toyota Production System. The Birth of Lean captures the insights and tenacity of those early leaders in their own words.
Lean management case study series: Using Plan-Do-Check-Act as a Strategy and Tactic for Helping Suppliers Improve
Learn how a company used the plan-do-check-act cycle on a strategic level to guide overall strategy for selecting and developing key suppliers as well as on a tactical level for guiding lean transformations at supplier facilities to bring them along on its lean journey.
& Coaching Kata
Kata at the Photo Studio
Most of our 30+ workshops can be taught at your facility by our faculty of lean management professionals, who have years of experience implementing what they teach. Call 617-871-2900 for more information about tailoring on-site workshops to your specific needs.
It only takes an hour to watch this practical, real-world webinar and Q&A with author and former ThedaCare SVP Kim Barnas on how her team created a lean, stable management system that supported a culture of continuous improvement.