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Ever since the outbreak of COVID-19, those of us in Continuous Improvement roles have had to rethink how we can continue on our improvement journey. For many of us, team collaboration in the same physical space has proven to be a very effective way to engage employees, surface problems, collaborate on the design of countermeasures, and drive buy-in. But in this new environment of physical distancing and remote workers, gathering all the parties in the same room is not an option for many organizations.

In this webinar, you’ll learn—and see examples of—how teams have effectively used Zoom in conjunction with Miro (a collaborative, virtual, workspace app) to drive participant engagement in activities such as Hoshin Kanri and Rapid Improvement (Kaizen) Events.

Attend this webinar and you’ll learn:

  • What are the different types of team events & how they differ from each other (Kaizen / Rapid Improvement Events; Rapid Planning Events; Value Stream Mapping; Hoshin Kanri)
  • What adjustments have been made in planning and facilitating these events during the pandemic
  • How to use online collaborative tools to facilitate events with remote teams
  • What are the benefits of online collaborative tools
  • Q&A

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Mike Osterling

Mike Osterling has more than 20 years’ experience leading Lean transformations and business performance improvement from within and as an external consultant. As a consultant, he has coached, trained, and facilitated leadership and improvement teams in a broad range of industries including manufacturing, oil and gas, financial services, technology, and healthcare. Mike is the author of several books including Value Stream Mapping and The Kaizen Event Planner.