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How to achieve rapid process improvements in your organisation

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May 12
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Online Ireland
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Dublin Lean Network

How to achieve rapid process improvements in your organisation

The Dublin Lean Network invites you to join them in this webinar to hear from the guest speaker Steven Spear and learn how to achieve rapid process improvements in your organisation

May 12th @ 1pm

Steve Spear focuses on the design, use, and improvement of an organisation’s’ social circuitry,’ the structured patterns of exchange through which communication, coordination, and collaboration occur, and the dynamics of which have a profound impact on performance, from early stage discovery and development to downstream deployment and use. This work is based on theory and practice and will be discussed in this webinar.

Spear’s research has had broad application and impact, serving as the basis for operating systems like the Alcoa Business System, the DTE Operating System, the Pittsburgh Region’s Perfecting Patient Care System, the Pittsburgh Women’s Center and Shelter hotline, and significant programs at companies like Intel, Pratt and Whitney, Intuit, Novelis, and GSK.

Steven Spear

Steven is principal of SeeToSolve LLC, whose SaaS products support the tapping into of an enterprise’s distributed and collective intelligence, and he is author of The High Velocity EdgeInnovation Doctrine (forthcoming with Pete Newell and Steve Blank) and Social Circuitry (forthcoming with Gene Kim).  He is a senior lecturer at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. He is also senior fellow at the Institute of Healthcare Improvement and Associated Faculty at Adriane Labs of the Harvard School of Public Health.

He has published in Harvard Business Review (including “Decoding the DNA of the Toyota Production System,” part of the lean manufacturing canon) , Sloan Management Review, US Naval Institute’s Proceedings, Annals of Internal MedicineAcademic MedicineHealth Services Research, the Journal of Nursing AdministrationJoint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, School Administrator, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, and USA Today.

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