Respect for People: Raising the value of your most important assets
March 22, 2012 by cs
Join Georgia Tech for the annual Lean Consortium event and learn about the evolution of lean from the factory floor to human development. This year’s seminar focuses on becoming more competitive by incorporating the Harada method into your organization through linking the development of people to your organization’s success.
Lean Consortium Event Details:
Respect for People
Date: Thursday, May 10, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (registration begins at 9:00 a.m.)
Location: Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway
Keynote Speaker: Norman Bodek
*If you have 5 or more from the same company, the group rate is $240 per seat. Contact Tim Israel to secure multiple seats at this rate.
The Harada Method: strengthening leaders to inspire employees to develop success goals and work out the detail plans necessary for attaining them
Understanding and Incorporating the human side of Lean
Turning managers into active coaches to build a winning team
Benefits of Attending:
Understand ways to grow employees to make your company more competitive
Learn to empower and involve employees in the improvement process
Discover ways to enhance communication throughout the organization
After 18 years working with Data Processing companies, Norman Bodek founded the publishing, consulting, and training firm PCS Press Inc., where he is working to broaden the implementation of lean from the production floor to the entire enterprise. He is an author of over 100 Japanese management books on tools for continuous improvement. Norman is an accomplished presenter, having led numerous seminars, conference sessions, and training events on many continuous improvement subjects. He is also co-founder of the Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence.