Educational Seminar Events

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Seminar: Improvement Cultures that Last

July 20th 2017 07:30 am to 9:30 am at Boston Scientific Maple Grove

Progressive manufacturers reach world-class results by embedding continuous improvement into their culture. To do this, leaders must develop lasting systems to drive behavior that shapes company culture. This alignment guides employees in the right direction for the long run. Don't get caught up in the flavor of the month effort, avoid focusing on the application of tools alone, and overcome the "this too shall pass" mentality. Learn from experienced peers via our presentation, Q&A, and networking - what has worked and what hasn't - to help sustain your continuous improvement journey.

Presented by rms Company, Honeywell, and Wilson Tool

Co-Sponsored by MPS Technical

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Seminar: Gemba Walks

August 9th 2017 07:30 am to 9:30 am at Starkey Hearing Technologies

Behaviors help or hinder your lean journey, Gemba Walks are a great way to ensure they help! Gemba Walks help leaders recognize issues on the floor, understand the context of problems, and provide day-to-day coaching. Learn from experienced peers during our presentations, Q&A, and networking - what has worked and what hasn’t so you can effectively develop your own Gemba Walks.

Presented by Nor-Lake, Inc., Robert St. Louis, and Wabash National

Co-Sponsored by CorTalent

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Seminar: Process Mapping for Improvement

September 14th 2017 07:30 am to 9:30 am at Dunwoody College of Technology

Mapping a process will help you see opportunities for improvement whether you focus on recruiting, scheduling, customer service or the shop floor. No matter what area you focus on this technique will help teams be on the same page, discuss cross-functional issues, and work together towards improvement. Learn from several peers with different experiences and perspectives during our presentations, Q&A, and networking - what has worked and what hasn’t so you can successfully apply process mapping.

Presented by MTS Systems Corp., Whirltronics, Inc., and Boston Scientific

Co-Sponsored by MPS Technical and MnTAP

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