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Georgia Tech Professional Education

Leading for Organizational Excellence

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Description

Would you like to lead with organizational excellence? In this course, you will gain an understanding of the basic framework of effective leadership. Instructors will cover the importance of building and engaging leadership teams within your organization. Walk away knowing how to overcome the barriers and challenges in today's manufacturing environment, and to successfully engage a culture of organizational excellence.

What You Will Learn

  • Case studies of a simulated manufacturing environment
  • Strategy development
  • Leadership roles
  • How to advance organizational excellence

How You Will Benefit

  • Learn how to define barriers and solutions.
  • Discover how to develop a vision/mission statement.
  • Clarify leadership roles and responsibilities.
  • Develop a plan for advancing organizational excellence.

Content

LEADERSHIP

  • Leadership traits
  • Communication
  • Employee engagement

ORGANIZATIONAL EXCELLENCE

  • Leadership crisis
  • Management systems

STRATEGIC PLANNING

  • Discovery
  • Plan development
  • Plan deployment
  • Plan management

LEAN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  • Leader standard work
  • Visual workplace
  • Daily follow up
  • Accountability

Who should attend

This course is designed for lean leaders, general managers, chief operating officers, plant managers, operations managers, manufacturing managers, and managers and leaders in training.

Experts

Timothy Israel is group manager for Lean Enterprise and Quality Services at the Georgia Institute of Technology Enterprise Innovation Institute. He and his 15-person staff work with companies and organizations to reduce waste and improve manufacturing operations by implementing continuous improve...

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