The Workshop is based on understanding the future state through “Hoshin Kanri” strategy deployment to ensure goal alignment and to understand the types of resistance to change that need to be managed to achieve success.
While CI is very much in vogue as an operational excellence mindset, more than 50% of organisations that start on their CI journey using Lean Six Sigma fail to sustain the gains that they initially achieve. (isixsigma.com “between 50% to 95% failure rate”).
In this complimentary workshop, we will explore 3 important steps to Gaining Momentum & Planning for Success:
- Plan for the Future State – Learn the principles of Hoshin Kanri (strategy deployment) to get alignment across the board
- Plan for Change – Understand the types of resistance to change that you can expect. We will explore this topic to get an appreciation and understanding of the changeable nature of people’s beliefs and attitudes.
- Plan for Success – You will exit this workshop having developed the most appropriate recipe for dealing with and overcoming Resistance to Change. You will also learn the secret to overcoming resistance to ANY change.
Over the next 12 months, we will be hosting a series of High Impact Leading for Continuous Improvement Workshops that will educate, engage and empower you to cultivate a culture of Continuous Improvement.
About the Facilitator
Parth Bommakanti is a highly respected Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and NLP Master Practitioner with over 30 years of Leadership, Coaching, Executive Mentoring, Business & Personal Transformation and Training Experience. Parth’s passion to be a lifelong learner, his hunger for growth and the value he provides in coaching, training and mentoring is widely recognised by industry Australia wide.
A minimum of 2 days notification is required for cancellation or rescheduling. Any cancellation or rescheduling will result in administration & catering fee of $55.
All costs are in AUD and payments are processed in AUD.
Executive Director | Business Transformation Specialist
Planning for Continuous Improvement
Apr 30, 2021