Waiting for the next Kaizen event can be slow and isn’t necessary for a quick improvement. Similarly, asking for suggestions to solve a problem, then putting them in a box will only cause frustration. Continuous Improvement Idea Systems provide an effective way to generate, track, and provide feedback on everyone’s ideas to improve. Join us to learn how your peers have overcome struggles when implementing Continuous Improvement Boards. You will walk away with practical ideas on how you can engage every individual at your company in making improvements.
Presented by ProtoLabs, Quality Tech Services, Inc., and Andersen Corporation
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The synergy from working together as a team can come from shared goals, clearly defined roles, and being mutually impacted by the team’s success or failure. But how do you create an environment that fosters accountability and higher levels of team performance without “throwing someone under the bus” or formal authority? Join us to learn how local leaders in manufacturing have developed healthy and highly productive work teams. You will walk away with practical ideas to make similar improvements with your team.
Presented by Cretex Companies, Sparboe Farms and Branches LLC
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Some individuals have experienced the benefits that support from “the top” can make when creating a culture of continuous
improvement. But what is it that motivates top executives to invest resources and make strategic plans that include continuous
improvement? Join us to hear local manufacturing executives share what inspired or required them to make a significant commitment to continuous improvement. You will walk away with additional perspective and practical examples to help your company acquire more support from the top!
Presented by Starkey Hearing Technologies, Open Therapeutics, and Midwest Rubber Services & Supply
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