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LEADER STANDARD WORK: The Glue of Sustaining Continuous Improvement Webinar
November 9, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
YOUR NEXT STEP: ON-SITE STANDARD WORK ASSESSMENT
- Complimentary review of standard work, your production floor and CI processes
- Identify goals and objectives, with routines to follow
- Begin developing plans to track, audit and adjust
- To schedule your site visit, contact Emily Lee at email@example.com
- Handout: LEADER STANDARD WORK: The Glue of Sustaining Continuous Improvement
- Watch: WHERE WORK HAPPENS: The Power of Gemba Walks for Continuous Improvement Webinar
- Watch: DRIVE BIG CHANGE: Why a Lean Assessment is Your Best First Step to Efficiency Webinar
- Read: How to Implement Standard Work in a Covid-19 Environment
Consider these wise words from Larry Fast, Founder of Pathways to Manufacturing Excellence: “I think of Leader Standard Work as being fundamental to any company that is committed to continuous improvement and cultural change.”
In today’s workplace there is significant emphasis on leadership, from the CEO down to the shop floor. There is a basic understanding that without strong leadership at all levels of the organization, employee engagement and Lean initiatives will falter.
This session will focus on the how Leader Standard Work (LSW) effectively changes the paradigm of how leaders work with their teams. LSW is a best practice moving leadership away from an audit mentality toward structured coaching, which instills a sense of ownership, accountability, and continuous improvement. LSW is a shift in how we lead and drive improvement.
The webinar will cover the following points:
- What is the purpose of LSW
- How does LSW fit into a Lean management system
- What is – and is not – Leader Standard Work
- Benefits of LSW in developing a Lean culture
- Effective and purposeful practices to introduce LSW
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
With more than 30 years of operations experience, Mark has learned that Continuous Improvement is the key to long-term operational success. By collaborating with organizations to identify and eliminate wastes, they can improve workflow and processes which strengthens safety, quality, productivity, and customer satisfaction.
With work in a variety of industries including automotive, construction, printing, and consumer goods, Mark has a unique perspective and the ability to help a wide range of manufactures improve their operations and meet their strategic objectives. Leading both large and small organizations, understanding both the horizontal and vertical dynamics of organizations, and applying lean principles, systems, and tools has equipped Mark with the knowledge and skills to successfully guide organizations in their lean transformation.
Contact Name: Emily Lee
Contact Phone: 608-445-4905
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org