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Lean Culture - The Role of a Lean Leader

May 19, 2021
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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Homero Escandon, CSCP. CLTD

Homero has over 22 years’ experience in Logistics, Distribution, and Supply Chain roles across multiple industries. He is currently Director of Commercial Operations for Biotix, Inc. – a world class manufacturer of laboratory consumables and liquid handling solutions. He has previously held the positions of Director of Logistics; Sr. Manager, Warehouse & Logistics; Manager, Logistics & Inventory; Logistics Manager; and Logistics Engineering Manager. His private sector work has been for companies such as Northrop Grumman, LISI Aerospace, and United Technologies Corporation. Homero spent 11 years active duty in the United States Marine Corps, including two deployments to Iraq in support of the Global War on Terrorism. During his time in the military, Homero held roles such as Distribution Operations Manager, Logistics Systems Manager, Recruiter, Supply Chief, Supply Supervisor, and Supply Clerk.

Homero holds a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership and a Master of Business Administration. His certifications include CSCP, CLTD, Project Management Professional (PMP), Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB), Certified Professional in Distribution & Warehousing (CPDW), and Certified DISC Practitioner.

Homero began teaching with APICS in August 2018. He currently teaches CSCP, CLTD, Lean Enterprise Workshop, Back to Basics, Logistics Basics, and Train the Trainer. He joined the San Diego Chapter Board of Directors in October 2018.

Leading teams in a Lean environment requires more than implementation of tools and methods. A leader must create an environment where teams are empowered to work autonomously while improving their process daily. The Lean leader is more of a teacher than a manager, and engagement is key. In this webinar, you will learn basic approaches used by the best lean leaders to create a culture of employee empowerment and engagement. Key topics:

  • Change management
  • Pursuit of excellence
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Coaching & mentoring
  • Learning organization
  • Respect for people

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$0.00 APICS-Milwaukee Members

$15.00 Non-Member Guests

$0.00 APICS-Milwaukee Student Members


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