Learn the fundamental principles for implementing last change in your organisation.
WHAT ATTENDEES WILL LEARN
This workshop explores various methods for successfully implementing change within your organisation. To achieve this, we will first cover the fundamental principles that Continuous Improvement is built upon.
Join us for an in-depth look at implementing change within your organisation.
- Learn the fundamental principles that Continuous Improvement is built upon and how to apply them to various workplace contexts.
- Overcome common misconceptions and countermeasure difficulties that arise in implementing Continuous Improvement.
- In contrast to classical (project) management techniques, Continuous Improvement requires a different approach, but it is achievable regardless of the size of your organisation.
- Discover how to scale your influence to create successful change programs.
- Our program is based on the SDCA (Standardize-Do-Check-Act) and PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) methods, which are the core drivers of Continuous Improvement thinking.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge and improve your organisation's effectiveness. Register now to secure your spot in the Continuous Improvement Workshop.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- The upcoming workshop series provides a foundational course suitable for anyone seeking to develop a deeper understanding of Continuous Improvement.
- Whether you're a new team member or a seasoned executive, this workshop is designed to expand your leadership mindset and capability to foster a culture of growth and improvement.
- Participating in this workshop will enhance your ability to lead and drive change within your organisation as a frontline leader or senior management representative.
It comprises of 3 structured sessions of 1.5 hours, on-line, over three weeks with Barry McCarthy and an international cohort of like-minded leaders.
Optional 1:1 coaching and reflection session with Barry McCarthy after the course.
Exclusive access with a maximum of ten participants to maximise your learning experience and directly engage with the Facilitator.
Access to the learning management system with session notes and recordings.
Online community platform.
Register two or more team members to secure a 10% discount.
Register for two workshops in the series at a time to secure a 10% discount.
The workshop is delivered over four weeks in three 1.5-hour online sessions with the option of a 1:1 review session with the facilitator to gain insights.
The short targeted web-based sessions are to understand and plan the different work approach, followed by a week to apply and practice doing the approach, next to then check the difference it has made, and finally take action to embed the new practice and plan the next step.
It has an applied learning structure where we will measure the effectiveness of the development with measures and indicators at the end of the program. It is an activity based program where time will also be allocated to networking and sharing experiences.
- Prework: Define the current situation of your Continuous Improvement Program and what you would like to achieve as the ideal situation in the next 12 months and 3 years.
- Session 1 (12 July): This first session will introduce you to how Continuous Improvement is derived as a business case. This is important when engaging senior management.
- Session 2 (19 July): Where session 1 was a focus on engagement in CI this session embraces implementation of your CI plan and countermeasures to the difficulties you will face. Here we cover the practices of CI and how they are integrated.
- Session 3 (26 July): The successful monitoring and scaling of your program through sharing success and Standardisation is essential to progress after implementation.
- Session 4: Session 4 is optional if you would like 1:1 support around your plan - where to from here for you or your organisation.
Barry's career highlights include Plant Manager and Continuous Improvement Manager at Goodman Fielder and his most recent position with Toyota. Barry has worked with the Manufacturing, Sales and Corporate Arms of Toyota in Australia. With a grounded engineering background Barry has also implemented continuous improvement in food processing, manufacturing, packaging, printing, and front of house food service and management. In addition to the practical experience Barry has completed a Master degree in Applied Positive Psychology, Graduate Diploma in Business, Diploma of Training and Assessment, Diploma in Competitive Systems and Practices. Interestingly Barry’s first degree was civil engineering.
OTHER REGISTRATION INFORMATION
AME Australia is a not for profit association. We may charge a small fee to cover the cost of administration.
You can become an AME member from $200.
This event may be cancelled by AME for any reason. AME is not responsible for incidental costs incurred by registrants.
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