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
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When safety accidents rarely happen to you, it inherently breeds complacency that it will not happen. Therefore, it is paramount to constantly keep safety in the top of your mind. How? Sharing a safety vision, developing accountability, providing training, incorporating proactive metrics, as well as celebrating success will help. But what would you do to customize these for your company? Learn from several presenters with different experiences and perspectives what has worked and what hasn’t so you can help ensure the safety of your peers.
Presented by Lube-Tech, Medtronic, and Proto Labs
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Understanding frustrations among employees and customers is a good place to find motivation to improve. Ideas and complaints come easily. But by ensuring everyone has a similar improvement language and perspective you can go a lot further. Teaching all employees how to identify common forms of waste will significantly accelerate your pace of improvement! Join us to hear examples from local practitioners, with different operating environments and company cultures, how they have helped their employees be on the same page to really see waste.