KAIZEN KABOOM! The Secret to Tapping into Organizational Passion to Drive Performance Breakthroughs

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Thursday, May 22, 2014
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Learn how to tap organizational passion to drive performance breakthroughs.  We call it Kaizen Kaboom!

Arctic Cat manufactures, designs, engineers, manufactures and markets snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and Side by Sides. Passion is in everything the company does. Within every turn of a screw. Every hole drilled. Every knuckle bloodied. It’s what makes up Arctic Cat. From the assembly line workers to the R&D engineers, everyone shares a common bond tougher than steel. It’s a commitment to making the best ATVs, Side by Sides and Snowmobiles around.

Learn how to harness the passion in your company.  Come and join us!

Your guide is Tony Lindgren Lean Sigma Master Black Belt who has led over 50 Kaizen events and the webinar will be co-hosted by Mick Holly of SBTI.

Presenters:

Mick Holly
SBTI
Vice President Strategy

Mick has over 30 years experience in helping leaders design and implement strategic change programs yielding hundreds of millions of dollars in benefits through top line growth and bottom line cost reduction.At SBTI he works with leadership teams to deliver breakthrough outcomes that are visible in the financial statements and tangible in the form of employee engagement.

He is also author of The Financial Statement Story Podcast -(see www.financialstatementstory.com)- aimed at helping anyone read a set of financial statements like a book in only 5 minutes. Once the financial story is understood it can be used as a methodology to create a Treasure Map-- a roadmap for business improvement that generates improved profits, cash and returns


Tony Lindgren
Lean Sigma Engineer - Master Black Belt
Arctic Cat

Tony Lindgren is a Lean Sigma Master Black Belt and Engineer who has led over 50 Kaizen events at Arctic Cat. He has a BA in Business and Construction Technology from North Dakota State University and an A.A.S in Civil Engineering & Survey Technology.