Using Appreciation to Move Lean Principles into Practice
Empower your people to deliver continuous improvement. Expand productivity in every team. Drive innovation throughout your organization.
How can you deliver on these objectives and get the whole company on board? More importantly, how can you implement change in a way that will improve processes and strengthen teamwork for years to come? Join us for our April webinar with O.C. Tanner’s Executive Vice President of Supply Chain and Production, Gary Peterson, to discover how embarking on the journey to a lean workplace can revolutionize your organization. Learn the basics of what it means to be lean, and then discover the key to making your transition successful: meaningful, resonant recognition.
Join us to learn:
• The key objectives and principles that drive lean processes—and what they can do for you
• How building a unique plan that fits your organization’s definitions of great work and success will empower your teams
• Why meaningful appreciation is the key to building an environment that encourages innovation
• How to start innovating and optimizing with lean processes today
Discover these valuable insights and more by joining us on Wednesday, April 20, for this free SHRM and HRCI accredited webinar.
About Gary Peterson
As current Executive Vice President of Supply Chain and Production, Gary Peterson has held an impressively diverse set of jobs with the O.C. Tanner Company, including Manager of Market Research, Manufacturing Change Facilitator (where he was instrumental in moving the operation from "batch" to lean, resulting in their receiving the Shingo Prize for Excellence in Manufacturing), Vice President of Manufacturing, Marketing Vice President of Award Development, and Vice President of Research and Professional Services. Gary serves on the Executive Advisory Board for the Shingo Institute, and is a Shingo Examiner. His experience with Lean Enterprise sends him around the globe helping organizations of all sizes, in every industry improve their operations and ignite innovation.