New! Hoshin Kanri Remotely - Aligning and Executing on Your Organizational Objectives
Join us for a 9-week live online learning experience where you will sharpen your leadership skills and develop a deeper understanding of hoshin planning (also referred to as strategy deployment).
Our live classes include smaller break-out so that you can receive coaching and feedback in a small group setting. You can also respond to questions between session for peer to peer interaction.
Live Online Class with Coaching!
Managing to Learn Remotely: Developing Structured Problem-Solving and Leadership Skills
In New! Managing to Learn Remotely: Developing Structured Problem-Solving and Leadership Skills, we’ve taken the unmatched A3 problem-solving process explained in Managing to Learn, the award-winning, best-selling workbook by management expert and former CEO John Shook, and put it online with live instruction.
This in-depth, comprehensive training will teach you how to use the potent A3 methodology, based on the proven scientific method of plan-do-check-act (PDCA).
This approach helps you solve real problems at your company by collecting real-time data, collaborating with colleagues, and gathering feedback and support from peers and senior coaches.
On-Demand Go-At-Your-Own-Pace Classes
Introduction to Lean Thinking and Practice Course
This engaging, 30-hour, go-at-your-own-pace course is designed to give you an understanding of lean, what it might look like in your workplace, and how to start applying it.
Created for people new to lean and continuous improvement, for individuals looking to improve their lean understanding and skills, and for organizations wanting to level set the lean knowledge of their workforce to speed progress.
Introduction to Problem Solving
Problem solving is critical to every position in every industry.
In this course, you will learn to grasp the situation at the gemba (where the work is done) and use all your senses to understand what is truly happening. All too often, people create countermeasures to perceived problems without digging deeper, asking the right questions, and thinking more. Learning to grasp the actual situation is paramount to identifying root cause(s) of the problem and solving it.