9

Oct

Making self-directed improvement sustainable

hosted by Nestlé
Strategy Execution depends on being able to ambidextrously implement breakthroughs to transform your operations for the future and being able to sustain and improve your existing operations. The foundation of successful execution is enabling self-directed teams to manage and improve the processes they are responsible for executing. If this foundation is not built, breakthroughs are not sustained and leaders are continually sucked into resolving operational problems. Whilst teaching/coaching teams to implement the lean practices (Daily/Visual Management, PDCA problem solving etc) needed to manage and improve operations is a common practice, finding ways to ensure this on-going focus on improvement is sustained is much harder to do. This event will focus on how organisations achieve sustainable self-directed improvement.

Theme:
Making Self-Directed Improvement Sustainable

Question:
How do you ensure that adoption of Daily Management/CI practices within teams is sustainable?

Workshop topics:
How do you successfully extend Daily Management/CI to transactional environments (Sales and Marketing, R&D etc)?
What is the role of leaders in creating and sustaining on-going CI in operational teams?
What is the mindset of, and what specific behaviours do you see in, high performance teams?

Location:
Nestle House, Haxby Road, York, Y031 8TA;
Event will include a Gemba visit to a Nestle confectionery facility in York.


Recommended hotels:
St Maurices Road, York, YO31 7JA,United Kingdom. Tel: +44-1904-638086 

Toft Green, York, YO1 6JT, United Kingdom. Tel: +44-1904-681-240

1 Tower Street, York, Y01 9WD, United Kingdom. Tel: +44-1904-648 111
 
Tadcaster Road  York  YO24 1QQ  United Kingdom. Tel: +44-1904-701000

08:00, 09/10/2018 -

16:15, 10/10/2018

(local time, 24hr format)

Haxby Rd

York

Yorkshire

YO91 1XY

UK

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Nestlé

Host of the "Making self-directed improvement sustainable" event


Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage company. We have more than 2000 brands ranging from global icons to local favorites, and we are present in 191 countries around the world.