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WHERE WORK HAPPENS: The Power of Gemba Walks for Continuous Improvement Webinar
June 29, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
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YOUR NEXT STEP: Establish Standard Work for Your Gemba Walks
- Work side-by-side with an IMEC expert on your shop floor to provide structure and feedback on how you conduct Gemba Walks.
- Get it right from the beginning, managing all important components.
- Contact Emily Lee at email@example.com to begin the conversation.
- Handout: WHERE WORK HAPPENS: The Power of Gemba Walks for Continuous Improvement
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Helping Your Team on Your Continuous Improvement Journey
Some very wise folks at Toyota once said if you want to understand your operation go to the GEMBA – identifying where the work is done and where value is created – to observe and learn. Only then can you help your team understand what is getting in the way of the work and provide support to help them solve their problems.
Gemba Walk are a powerful tool to learn, understand, and engage with your team. During this seminar you will learn how to conduct an effective Gemba Walk and enhance your team’s continuous improvement journey.
From this session you will learn:
- Why Gemba Walks are a critical part of shop floor management
- What does an excellent Gemba Walk look like?
- Common mistakes to avoid when conducting Gemba Walks
- Applying PDCA to Gemba Walks
- Next Steps
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