How to Sustain and Grow a Lean Culture

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Friday, February 10, 2012
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST
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Sustaining a culture of Lean or continuous improvement can be difficult after the enthusiasm of the transformation fades. The real gains to be had from Lean process improvement come from ensuring that it becomes everybody's job to find opportunities for improvement rather than the domain of a specialised few. So how do can you make it easier for your company's management and staff to understand and absorb the messages and make it really "stick"?

In this webinar, Nigel Barnes, Knowledge Development Manager at Euroclear - a European organisation that provides cross border settlement and clearing services - shares their change management and continuous improvement experience on making sustained changes become "business as usual".

In this webinar you will:
  • Get practical ideas on making continuous improvement information as accessible as possible
  • Hear how to encourage "guiding by principles" to create real ownership of continuous improvement
  • Understand the importance of linking continuous improvement with other initiatives, and
  • Learn how to monitor maturity and how it can provide a stimulus for further change

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Presenter:

Nigel Barnes
Knowledge Development Manager
Euroclear SA/NV

Nigel has worked for many years in the change management industry both in the public and private sectors.  He has been with Euroclear’s Lean Team since 2008 leading both transformation and continuous improvement projects. Nigel is currently involved in exploring new ways in which Euroclear can keep progressing in the field of continuous improvement.