Build your Lean leaders!

The constant need for continuous improvement is changing our ways of working. In our daily interaction with each other, we start to use new tools, methods and processes that will require a very different approach from ourselves. How can these experiences lead to sustainable behavioral changes, and how can leaders be supported for the challenge?

These challenges involve tackling our basic presumptions on problem-solving, managing people, and the role of leaders. But they also invite us to realize and accept our limits of current knowledge.

Whether you are a transformation shaper, a middle manager affected by the transformation, or in a supporting role as a continuous improvement expert, the aim is always to understand the logic of changes to be able to get meaningful results and become a true leader of Lean.

Learn from our extensive experience in Lean transformations in corporations, medium-sized businesses, and service organizations in a compact online seminar!

You will receive practical impulses on:

  • how people overcome the threshold of their knowledge,
  • how you as a leader can develop and promote Lean leaders in your organization,
  • what are the typical pitfalls and success factors in promoting Lean attitude,
  • how Lean leaders are connected to the organization’s management culture,
  • what you as a leader can contribute to the success of the change.

It is particularly important to us that you take away concrete starting points and practical tips for your own Lean attitude change process.

The Program

  • The forgotten dimension of continuous improvement.
  • The 4 roles of a Lean leader.
  • What are the 8 steps of leading the learning through continuous improvement.
  • How to make continuous improvement visible for everyone.
  • How to link individual efforts to support the company vision.
  • Transferring the findings to the participants’ continuous improvement projects.

The workshop includes compact impulses, dialogue sessions in break-out rooms, and practice-oriented experience sequences.