High-performing companies know that having a continuous improvement “culture” is one of the most important aspects of success. However, culture is also the most difficult part to implement, understand, and even define. Performing “tasks” without this framework and context of culture may yield temporary benefits, but experience shows they are difficult to sustain. This course provides a forum in which we define continuous improvement culture, and ways that leadership can foster this environment across all organizational functions.
Anyone who currently leads or seeks to lead continuous improvement efforts at an organization by using any discipline, including Lean, Six Sigma or ISO
“I found most valuable the instructor’s focus on solving a problem at the core as opposed to organizing from the outside in. I recommend this course to anyone struggling to implement and sustain lasting organizational changes.”
– Keeli Shannon, Construction Operations Training & Development Coordinator, John W. Danforth Company