Date/Heure 06/12/2018 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Webinar: “Understanding Toyota Kata”

When most people in large organizations think of Agility, they think of Scrum teams creating software or a new product. Except in organizations whose sole purpose is exclusively to produce software, these teams make up a relatively small percentage of the employee base.

Is it enough to only be Agile in one small portion of the business and muddle along in the rest? I believe not and hence my constant drive to Agility into both leadership and operations teams.

Becoming a fully Agile organization involves creating a living culture where we value people, live by values and deliver value in order to create exponential value for all. This is what it takes to move an organization from struggling to surviving and from good to great.

At today’s webinar, we will discuss the ideas presented in Mike Rother’s “Toyota Kata”.  Please bring challenges you have faced in your organizations for a lively and interactive sharing of ideas.


December 6, 2018 from 12:00 to 13:00 (GMT-05:00)

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Barbara Schultz

I believe that in order to be successful in the 21st century, one must not just manage and cope with change, one must aspire to be transformational. But how does one learn to “think outside of the box”? As a lifelong learner, I want to be a part of your transformation journey. My experience as a corporate change management and process specialist has allowed me to develop my Lean, Agile and Six Sigma skills into a varied toolbox to simplify change management and development. My training as a life coach and mental health facilitator provides a collaborative human touch to add heart and happiness to the experience. After all, Lean is really about finding the shortest distance between two points by leveraging the power of your people. I look forward to providing your team with the training and consulting services that will simplify and demystify your transformation journey.

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