Lean for Leaders - Creating Continuous Improvement Cultures
Ended May 19, 2020
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Full course description
This course is for leaders motivated to foster a culture of continuous improvement, through finding efficiencies, reducing waste, and improving quality.
We will introduce how to achieve these changes through Lean Thinking – Lean being a world-renowned methodology. This method provides benefits to any organisation with repeatable processes – Government, services, business and manufacturing.
This course will be highly applicable and interactive. You will take away a range of resources and templates to use in your workplace.
What will you learn?
- The foundations of Lean methodology and understanding how to focus on the right improvements to drive organisational success
- How to harness the workforce and lead the Lean change cycle through a culture of continuous improvement
- Lean tools that are directly applicable to your workplace – supported by take-away resources and templates
- Learn from your peers in the room – our sessions are interactive and offer the opportunity to advance ideas and problem solve together
Who is this for?
Executives and managers.
After completing her Mathematics and Computer Science degree at the University of Adelaide, Jessica spent fourteen years working for Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, leading teams and projects in Mortgage Processing, Human Resources and Process Improvement departments. Jessica was instrumental in the development of the Lean Continuous Improvement Training program across the bank and uses her Lean expertise now to transform businesses.
Jessica’s passion for Lean, Continuous Improvement and Change Management was heightened when she moved into the South Australian State Government. Jessica worked within the Department of the Premier and Cabinet and the Department of Human Services (DHS), as the Director, Change Management.
Jessica now enjoys spending her time partnering with businesses to improve processes and cultures.