Who should attend
- C-Suite executives
- Managers of all levels
- Project managers
About the course
A program to help you improve efficiency and win more customers.
To be successful organizations must understand how to optimize their operations for efficiency and effectiveness. The purpose of this program is to teach you to lead such changes by concentrating the two aspects: doing things right (efficiency) and doing the right things (effectiveness). Efficiency improvement, which focuses on doing things right, encompasses a host of tools and techniques such as Lean, 6-Sigma, and TQM. Doing the right things, or effectiveness, is a strategic view of obtaining the operational excellence. This program will introduce how to lead change that integrates the technical aspects of efficiency with strategic elements of effectiveness. Using examples from multiple industries, including manufacturing, medical, and governmental, this program will give you a set of tools that you can use immediately, frameworks for how to lead such change in your organization and a reading list of resources to use to dig deeper into any of the subjects.
What You Will Learn
You’ll learn ideas and techniques you can apply right away, including:
- Understanding why leading a change in operations is so difficult
- Understanding how quickly operations can fall into bad practices
- How to use the lean technique of process mapping to communicate and align all members in your operations
- A framework of how to select the best technique (Lean, 6-Sigma, TQM) for operational issues
- Proven strategies for linking what customers desire with what operations delivers
- How to turn operational failures into system successes
- Developing a plan for going forward
David Dilts is highly regarded as a operations expert, consultant, researcher and teacher. His influential work has benefited organizations in industries ranging from healthcare to aerospace and automotive. In addition to his teaching work with the Vanderbilt Owen Executive Development Institute,...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.