$1,595 + taxes
Two days – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
April 24, 25, 2018
Toyota Kata is a method that helps organizations zero in on effective ways to make improvements and support management systems on an ongoing basis.
Faced with multiple pressures, many organizations turn to a slew of initiatives to help them achieve their objectives. But the sheer number and scope of these undertakings can stretch resources to the limit, resulting in fatigue and frustration across the board.
Toyota Kata (TK) enables organizations to quickly zero in on continuous improvement efforts that deliver results and support their daily management system (DMS). It helps establish a link between management and performance improvement on a day-to-day basis. It engages employees in the ongoing improvement process using a well-structured, coaching-based approach to resolving problems, in line with the organization’s overall vision.
This seminar will show how TK and DMS can help transform corporate culture to foster a continuous improvement mindset and build a learning organization. The result is an environment where teamwork, performance and people are valued and where every individual is recognized as a precious resource with the potential to make a real and lasting difference.
Two recent articles (in french) in Gestion bring up some interesting points in this regard:
Participants in all of our seminars will receive a certificate of completion from Executive Education HEC Montréal.
Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of Lean, kata et système de gestion au quotidien by Sylvain Landry and Martin Beaulieu.