DEVELOPING LEAN LEADERS:
The missing piece in Lean Transformations
Jeffrey K. Liker
Budapest – April 23
If you want to get lean, you need full dedication at the leadership level.
Many companies boast about the results achieved from their improvement programs. Yet, no company in any industry has attained the same level of consistent operational excellence in its field as Toyota has.
What are these companies missing?
The answer is Leadership, with the right skills and knowledge to teach and coach others to use disciplined approaches to process improvement.
Jeffrey K. Liker
Author of the Best selling book series The Toyota Way
His articles and books have won twelve Shingo Prizes for Research Excellence. He was recently inducted into the Association of Manufacturing Excellence Hall of Fame and into the Shingo Academy.
790 Euro + VAT per participant
2 remaining at places at 590 Euro + VAT per participant
Training Material & Recognition
Lunch & Coffee break
This course will show how to create leaders that succeed in changing themselves to lead, teach, and coach others on the long-term journey to continuous improvement, and how to get employees on point and on mission.
Who should attend?
Senior level management: vice president, general manager, plant manager, department managers.
The 4p’s Model:
- Problem solving
What is a lean leader and how to develop yourself to have a scientific mindset using the improvement kata
How to use the coaching kata to develop the leadership skills to coach others
Engraining the skills and knowledge of problem solving in every work group so continuous improvement becomes a reality
From top to bottom and sideways all leaders and team members are aligned toward clear company objectives.
Venue: Aqua World Budapest
Budapest, Íves út 16, 1044 Hungary
The Leadership Development Model
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