COURSE TITLE: Leading Change and Lean Management in the Workplace
AIM: This course is designed to provide participants with in-depth analyses of taxation issues with focus on oil and gas.
This 5-day exciting course, designed to enhance the effectiveness of Managers in their roles, and assist them achieve their Organizational goals, will be delivered by the following highly qualified Consultants with several years experiences in the Oil and Gas Industry:
Dr. Jerry Evans: Leading Change in the Workplace
One of the major factors affecting performance and job satisfaction in today’s workplace is the inability of individuals to embrace and deal with organizational change successfully. Some of the key focal points of this workshop on organizational change focus on the following learning objectives:
Organizational change is constant, and it is filled with uncertainty.
Change brings about many new opportunities as well as accompanying challenges.
How you respond to change in the workplace can make a vast difference in terms of your success.
To enable you to deal with change in a positive and effective manner, we have developed a highly interactive and intensive, workshop on “Leading Change in the Workplace.” This dynamic workshop on change management is designed to enhance the overall performance of managers and employees at all levels.
Dr Deborah Salvo: Lean Management Development
This Course is designed to train participants on the concept and practice of Lean Management, to enhance the effectiveness of their roles in their Organization Resources Management and Controls, with a view to achieving optimal results for their shareholders
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Project Directors, Managers, Supervisors, Accountants, Auditors, Supply Chain and other Employees involved in planning and execution of Organizational Changes and Resource Management.
COURSE DURATION: 5 DAYS
Gain an understanding of organizational change and why it is needed.
Explore various types of organizational change and their effects on individuals and teams.
Acquire an understanding of the causes for change.
Discover how and why you respond to change as you do, and the reasons why people “resist” change initiatives.
Learn to use change to your advantage as an avenue to opportunity.
Examine ways to use change to strengthen your work relationships with all levels of employees.
Acquire an understanding of how the individual experiences organizational change.
Learn tips and strategies for communicating positively during change initiatives.
Acquire strategies on “leading” successful change initiatives – accelerating change in the organization, creating a change model for the change initiative, identifying competencies for leading change initiatives, and mobilizing technical/political/cultural commitment.
Discover how to influence change processes in a positive way.
Learn various skills and tools needed to lead and manage change successfully.
Discover how to create your own action plan for change readiness and acceptance.
Acquire new skills in applying individual change concepts through several in-class application exercises.
Be able to trace and discuss the history of Lean Management starting with the American Efficiency Movement in the 1800s to the Japanese Kaizen Model to Toyota’s Six Sigma through to the evolution of Lean Six Sigma, Lean Management and Lean Executive Leadership.
A short interactive, self-graded quiz will follow this discussion of the historical and global reasons behind the evolution of Lean Management and Lean Leadership.
Be able to discuss the concept of Lean Services and the role of Lean Management
Participants will view a short video of a case study in Lean Management from the oil and gas industry
A case study exercise will follow the video
Be able to discuss the concept of continuous improvement from the viewpoint of the Seven Quality Management Principles of ISO 9000:2015 Quality Standards: Customer Focus, Leadership, Engagement of People, Process Approach, Improvement, Evidence-Based Decision-Making and Relationship Management
A short interactive, self-graded quiz will follow this discussion
Be able to discuss how to develop solid teams and the role of trusted advisors to Lean Managers.
Participants will complete an essay question “What does Executive Lean Leadership expect from Lean Managers