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Change That Sustains (1 Day Class)

Seventy percent of all large-scale organizational change initiatives fail, and 60% of continuous improvement projects fail to sustain results. This is what the research shows, but most of us know it already because we’ve lived through the failures at various organizations.

This interactive, hands-on workshop provides methods and tools to beat those odds and create change that sustains, using lessons learned from successfully implementing change at two Fortune 200 companies. The session also will address large-scale, companywide initiatives as well as sustaining change within smaller, project-based activities. You’ll analyze a real-life example that illustrates how company-wide continuous improvement project sustainment improved from less than 10% to over 90% after six months by utilizing these methods and tools. 

You’ll learn:

  • burstHow to identify and clearly understand key challenges to sustaining change within your organization.
  • How to define the strategic speed at which your organization moves in order to deliver value.
  • How to take the first steps in understanding the key tools, training, and processes needed to embed sustainment into large-scale and project-based initiatives.
  • What to do to sustain change by actually using in hands-on activities a how-to playbook of change with step-by-step instructions.
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To maximize your learning experience we recommend that prior to attending this program you take following workshop or have a good understanding of the concepts presented within it.
This program is offered at customer facilities only, as an on-site workshop. If you have any questions or want to bring this workshop to your organization, please contact Deborah McGee, Learning Activities Manager at dmcgee@lean.org or 617.871.2944.