Creating a Lean Culture
Leading Change - The “Leading Change” workshop teaches
leaders how to identify and address the typical reactions that employees
have to manage and account for, allowing for smoother and less disruptive
environments during periods of change.
Adapting to Change - “Adapting to Change” will help bring a greater understanding
of the human response to change, the benefits of change, and tips and
strategies for how to adjust to change more easily. This course is designed
for employees of all levels in the organization.
Lean Leadership: Planning Your Lean Journey - This workshop helps leaders and staff develop a first year plan to launch Lean within their organization. Participants are guided in developing an initial rollout plan which includes tool selection, communication methods, consistent messaging, and how to build engagement.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) - Understanding personality differences can help reduce unproductive interpersonal and internal organizational conflict. Teams and departmental units have found the MBTI® helpful in assessing strengths, motivations, and blind spots of their group in a non-judgmental way.
Train-The-Trainer - Creating internal champions to lead process improvement activities is essential for creating a Lean culture. This outlines Train-The-Trainer options for organizations who want to learn how to utilize process mapping as a tool to conduct process improvement. Contact us about this or other train-the-trainer programs.