Conflict can come from anywhere: a process change, co-worker’s opinions, or a new policy. Consciously selecting the best method to address it is difficult. Do it the right way and people will feel valued, do it the wrong way and watch engagement plummet. Leaders resolve conflict while respecting every individual and getting results. Join us to learn what other manufacturing leaders have done to successfully address and prevent conflict. Seating and parking are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Must pre-register. No walk-ins please.
Presented by FAST Global Solutions, Japs-Olson Company, and Thomson Reuters
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Being able to quickly see and solve problems with 5S has a positive measurable impact on employees, equipment, facilities and profits. But backsliding is easily caused by an ERP implementation, the urgency of hitting monthly targets, or lack of discipline. The best companies have figured out how to engage everyone in 5S every day and make it a part of their culture. Join us to learn what experienced improvement practitioners have done to incorporate the frequently dropped - standardize and sustain elements of 5S.
Presented by Midwest Rubber and Cass Precision Machining
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It’s nice to have every step in a problem-solving process fit on one page but don’t get caught in the trap of filling in an A3 just to get your project done and “check the box”. Likewise, don’t let templates dictate every step you use to address a problem. Instead, take the time to understand why the method and thinking behind the form is important, then customize the A3 to fit your companies needs and show your “lessons learned”. Join us this month to learn how senior improvement practitioners have leveraged A3’s to build consensus, unify culture, improve communication, and develop more problem solvers.Show similar events in: