We host webinars to showcase and share the various applications of the model for enterprise excellence. These interactive webinars provide an opportunity for people from any industry to share and discuss real life applications of the model so that everyone can learn about and apply the principles of enterprise excellence.
A list of upcoming webinars is provided below, as well as links to recordings from previous webinars. If you would like to host a webinar on a topic of application of the model, contact Mike Stoecklein.
Friday, July 28, 2017, 12:00 pm CT - "Lean Mindsets, Management System and Methods" presented by Christian Weidner. Learn more by going to this link: Lean M, M, M.
Friday, August 18, 2017, 12:00 pm CT - "Pracademic's Guide to Strategy Deployment - Part 2". Learn more by going to this link: Pracademic's Guide
"Natural Leadership" presented by Lewis Frees. View the recording by going to this link: Natural Leadership
"Unlocking the Habit Code" featuring Mike Grogan. View and listen to recording by going to this link: Unlocking the Habit Code
"Pracademic's Guide to Strategy Deployment - Part 1" Watch the recording by going to this link: Pracademic's Guide
"Where Tools Lead, Fools Follow - Planning Webinar for Workshop." View recording by going to this link: Tools Fools Follow
The Power of Vulnerability in Coaching" featuring Debbie McAllister, Hansei Coaching. Watch and listen to recording by going to this link: Vulnerability in Coaching A copy of Debbie's slides can be found at this link. Debbie is also providing copies of 2 resource documents: vulnerability agreement and vulnerability practice experiment.
"Lean in Rural Health - Tiered Communication" featuring Lisa Radtke, Susan Heitman and Dave Rooney, Winneshiek Medical Center. Watch and listen to recording by going to this link: Lean in Rural Health
"System Design and Redesign" featuring Glen Barfknecht, Paul Olson and Sid Srinivasan. View and listen to the recording by going to this link: System Redesign
"A Rehab Story: From Rogue Huddlers to Model Cell": Presented by Sarah Groux, Winneshiek Medical Center, Decorah, IA. View and listen to the recording by going to this link: Lean Rehab
"Mindfulness In the Lean Journey: Research and Applications" presented by Rafael Rojas, Providence Health & Services, Torrance, CA. View and listen to the recording by going to this link: Mindfulness
"Improving Health Plans - ReThinking at HAP - A Continuous Improvement (CI) Journey" featuring Michael Shea, Manager, Continuous Improvement, Health Alliance Plan. Access the recording by going to this link: Improve Health Plans
"Systems Thinking: Key Concepts and Case Studies - Part 1" featuring Dirk van Rossum, NCH Healthcare, Naples, FL. Access the recording by going to this link: Systems Thinking Part 1
John Collodora and Tyler Pulkrabek from HealthEast Care System in St. Paul, MN share their approach to strategy deployment and some important lessons learned and advice for others: Strategy Deployment
We share the current state of our research on our sustainability, velocity and deployment models. We have applied this mythology with great results in multiple organizations across several industries. IEX Research
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Emotional Contagion are two of the most important concepts that leaders and managers must understand in order to create the necessary environment and relationships for continual improvement. Dan Lent-Koop explains and illustrates these important concepts. Emotional Contagion
Understanding and managing variation is one of the important principles of enterprise excellence. Watch and listen to this recording of "The Real Lessons of Dr. Deming's Red Bead Factory" at this link: Red Bead Factory
The annual performance evaluation system seems to be imbedded in the prevailing style of management, but this seems to be changing. Learn more by going to this link: Performance Evaluation
Many people have never learned about variation and how to react to and manage it, making matters worse about 80 percent of the time. Learn more about this important principle by going to this link: Understanding and Managing Variation