Help Your Team Grow and Scale Together. Standard work is the current least wasteful way to deliver value to your customer. It will help you cross-train employees quickly and respond to changes on your team more easily. But how do you realize its benefits with so many new safety protocols in place and infrequent processes or custom product requests becoming more common? Join us to leverage the experience of your peers and learn practical ways to capture tribal knowledge and help your team continue to improve.
Presented by Sportech, Inc. and Loram Maintenance of Way, Inc.
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Leaders who use influence rather than asserting their authority are more likely to succeed. After all, most people don’t want someone else to make every decision and quite frankly leaders shouldn’t need to. So how do you guide the initiatives you have delegated to others? Join us to leverage the experience of your peers. You will learn practical ways to start developing loyalty that leads to commitment and action.
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The Manufacturers Alliance annual Manufacturer of the Year Award Ceremony and Conference brings local manufacturers together to celebrate and recognize manufacturers that share improvement experiences with fellow manufacturers in a cooperative fashion. Join us live, online as we celebrate and recognize this year's winners: Artistic Finishes, Minco and Park Industries. The link to view this live event will be sent in advance.
Keynote: Building and Sustaining an Engaged Workforce
Matt Kanz, Director of Continuous Improvement at Jack Link's Protein Snacks
High performance comes from people working together, however transformational performance is created by those same individuals being engaged. This engagement is built with core elements that if done correctly will also sustain it long term. Matt’s approach to this process of building and sustaining an engaged workforce will be the focus of his Keynote.Show similar events in:
Prevent mistakes from turning into rejects. People want to do a good job, but simple mistakes that happen unpredictably are still the most frequent cause of defects. This can make your team feel defeated, frustrated and leave them thinking “how could we miss that?” after talking to your customer about a return. Join us to leverage the experience of your peers so that you can learn practical ways to develop more reliable, process flow without an added burden on your co-workers.Show similar events in: