Most organisations struggle with cascading strategy to the point that it is understood and owned, often dealing with the problem of the vital few doing most of the work and most standing by watching. Most often there is a lack of process, poor visualisation, poor or no management framework and no governance. Billy Taylor will show there is a better way. Over 20 years he has developed and implemented a daily management process that has turned around plants from worst to best performers and in recent times has now applied the system in a corporate environment with outstanding results. This biggest takeout though has been the impact on people, as the system provides clarity and purpose to day to day operations and encourages people to step and drive the business forward.
This is a practical hands-on workshop at Note Printing Australia where you will learn how to set up an effective Daily Management Process that will effectively communicate and visualise your strategy, integrated with an effective control and governance process to ensure tactical execution stays on track.
See and Learn how to implement the three core phases
Define Winning – Communicating your organisational Purpose and strategy on one page
Align Winning – Getting clear purpose and extreme alignment of the strategy with all functions
Execute Winning – Build effective visualisation and a daily management system to execute the strategy
See the 3 phases in action at NPA as it is developing its Business Excellence system
See and learn about the importance of an effective communications strategy and the importance of storytelling to drive excellence
Understand the importance of measurement and how to set up an integrated firm matrix, where functions, people, processes are aligned at the intersections to provide customer and owner value
Understand how to develop the required supporting processes (DOR, WOR and MOR) to ensure a seamless cascade and synchronicity of information flow up and down and through the organisation
Learn how to implement a visual and effective Action Tracking process
Understand that people are the key to an effective and long lasting Daily Management Process and the importance of “letting go without letting loose” and bringing your people along the journey
See Define, Align and Execute winning in action – understand it is a process that results in establishing a culture based on trust
Get Hands on practical experience in a team based DOJO simulated mixed with a Gemba Walk to convert from “mind to muscle” and lock in the lessons and insights gained through the day
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Senior Executives and Managers who are serious about getting alignment in there organisation and implementing an effective Daily Management Process
Change/Lean/Business Excellence Leaders and practitioners who are looking at improving their understanding of the importance of building in visualisation, routines and patterns to build a people centric culture
Anyone who want to close the gaps between strategy, ownership and execution in their organisations
Plant and Department Managers looking ways to engage and enable there staff to contribute to driving and executing the strategy
FACILITATOR - Billy Taylor
Billy Taylor is the director of manufacturing at Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. He brings more than 25 years of experience in all phases of operations, management and leadership. He has a track record of improving production efficiency and building employee engagement at all levels of an organization.
Taylor has been called upon by universities, international conferences, global publications and the U.S. Army to demonstrate practical examples of how to drive and sustain effective results through embracing your culture and enabling employee ownership. He is a disciple of continuous improvement processes and a certified Six Sigma Black Belt business leader.
Since joining Goodyear in 1989, Taylor has progressed through a series of leadership positions. He has served as plant director for both union and non-union facilities, leading lean transformations in Goodyear’s largest and most complex tire-producing sites.
A servant leader, Taylor is a member of the executive advisory board for the Shingo Institute, Utah State University Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. He is currently chairman of the board for the Goodyear Good Government Fund and serves on the executive board of Saint Vincent-Saint Mary High School. He earned his MBA from Baker University and a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Prairie View A&M University
OTHER REGISTRATION INFORMATION
This workshop is conducted using lecture and slide presentation and incorporates a site tour and activities at the host site. There are workbooks for all participants with ample time for discussion, interaction, and Q & A.
This workshop requires a minimum of 10 participants, and we advise a maximum of 20 participants.
AME Australia is a not for profit association. We charge a small fee to cover the cost of administration, trainers, venue hire and event management.
You can become an AME member for $265 per year.
This event may be cancelled by AME for any reason. AME is not responsible for incidental costs incurred by registrants.
AME may take photographs during events and may use those photographs for AME’s purposes.
Please direct enquiries to Laura Robertson on 1300 263 287 or firstname.lastname@example.org.