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Creating Sustainable Continuous Improvement Culture Creating a Sustainable Continuous Improvement Milwaukee/SE Wisconsin December 9, 2014

Introduction by Joel Quadracci, Chief Executive Officer, Quad/Graphics

Featuring: Mike Hoseus, Co-Author of “Toyota Culture: The Heart and Soul of the Toyota Way”

“A Great Day of Team Building and Learning about Winning Culture”

-Learn how to build and nurture sustainable continuous improvement culture-

-Senior leadership, front line leadership, engaged team members-

-Providing the breakthrough for sustainable daily continuous improvement-

Creating Sustainable Continuous Improvement Culture

Most companies embarking on the continuous improvement journey become frustrated with kaizen events and isolated improvement projects that yield great short-term results but have no sustainability. They are searching for something more: the culture of continuous improvement with its philosophy, processes, and people aligned to cultivate problem solving.

In this program we explore the unique culture of Toyota:

? What is it ? How to get it ? How to keep it

In this program we explore the unique culture of Toyota:

? What is it ? How to get it ? How to keep it

The program demonstrates how connecting and simultaneously developing the “Product” and the “People” Value Streams helps accelerate your continuous improvement implementation by setting a foundation for a sustainable continuous improvement culture.

Learning Objectives:

•Learn why “delegating lean” to others doesn’t work, and may actually hurt your bottom line

•Understand key components of establishing a lean culture of mutual trust, respect and problem solving

•Understand how to attract, select, develop and engage competent, able and committed team members

•Understand how to develop leaders who sustain and improve the systems of Continuous Improvement

•Understand how to implement processes and systems to sustain your improvement activity

Who Should Attend:

CEO’s, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Executive Leaders, General Managers, Lean Leaders, and anyone facilitating change within your organization. Also those who understand the importance of going beyond tools to create effective management systems and processes.


 

DATE: December 9, 2014
TIME: 8 a.m. Continental Breakfast
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Lunch will be provided)

LOCATION: Quad Graphics
N61 W23044 Harry’s Way
Sussex, WI 53089-3995

COST**: $750/person
$625/person (AME Members and Leaders Roundtable Members)
$500/person (Consortia Members)
Call 920-425-1005 for leadership team and group discounts
* All attendees registered by December 1, 2014 will receive a copy of the book
“Toyota Culture: The Heart and Soul of the Toyota Way.”
* All attendees will be registered for a door prize featuring an Ariens snow blower .

Registration Information
Call Nancy Rosatti @ 920.425.1005 or e-mail to nancy.rosatti@optimanow.com

Credit Card payments will be accepted – please call with information – a receipt will be sent to you.  For payment by check – an invoice will be sent to you.

CANCELLATION POLICY:
48 hours or more - full refund / Less than 48 hours - $50 Cancellation Fee
Substitutions are allowed. To cancel send email to nancy.rosatti@optimanow.com or call 920.425.1005

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