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Building a Process-Efficiency Mindset Workshop

You may wish that sometimes you could do it all yourself — just so it would get done right —but truthfully that’s unrealistic. This workshop will help you to get others to see the inefficiencies in their processes and have a continuous improvement mindset. The learner will be able to: Build a continuous improvement mindset […]

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QUALITY MANAGEMENT: High Performance Systems

On Friday last week I was fortunate enough to present a sample of our Continuous Improvement workshop to a room full of members from the American Society for Training and Development of Albany, NY.  During our session I took the group on a road trip that stopped at a number of landmarks along the way […]

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QUALITY MANAGEMENT: The Commitment To True Continuous Improvement

Have you ever been to a Kaizen meeting, or conducted a Gemba?  Most of us, if we heard those words, would probably say ‘excuse you,’ but in the world of continuous improvement those are regular occurrences, or at least they should be. Earlier this month I was on a business trip to a major manufacturer […]

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LEADERSHIP: The Effect of Trust on Speed and Cost

Every organization today is focused on increasing the speed of its processes and reducing the costs associated with making and delivering products or services to the customer.  For many, it has become a mantra posted on bulletin boards, coffee mugs and screen savers.  Many companies, in fact, have internal continuous improvement gurus who are applying […]

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