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Executive Seminar


 



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Leading a Continuous process Improvement Transformation

This Executive training is for senior managers and executives investigating the possibility of implementing CPI, Hoshin Kanri, BMP and/or Lean Six Sigma within their organizations. The two day executive training and development course will include a simulation exercise demonstrating the power of defect reduction, waste reduction, statistical quality control, and standardization. The course emphasizes the business value of CPI, BMP, Hoshin Kanri and Lean Six Sigma along with a solid foundation in what these improvement approaches can deliver, the phases of each, practical details concerning implementing successfully, common mistakes, how to integrate these approaches with other critical support functions such as finance and information technology, The class also explores how these improvement tools integrate with other process and business performance disciplines and how they enable strategic decision making.  Executive and leadership development skills will enable leaders to understand and plan future organizational transformations.  Additionally, the class covers where to find additional resources and how best to conduct the CPI, Hoshin Kanri, BMP and/or Lean Six Sigma decision making process.

Course Objectives:

  • Educate attendees on the fundamental tenets of CPI, Hoshin Kanri, BMP and/or Lean Six Sigma
  • Prepare attendees for the next steps in their research and decision making regarding the adoption of CPI, Hoshin Kanri, BMP and/or Lean Six Sigma
  • Educate attendees on the importance of creating a culture of CPI, Hoshin Kanri, BMP and/or Lean Six Sigma excellence
  • Educate attendees on the steps and techniques of CPI, Hoshin Kanri, BMP and/or Lean Six Sigma
  • Educate attendees on the role of CPI, Hoshin Kanri, BMP and/or Lean Six Sigma in strategic management and decision making
  • Educate attendees on the proper way to successfully adopt CPI, Hoshin Kanri, BMP and/or Lean Six Sigma for the long term