The challenge of managing change...
Often there is a lack of knowledge and experience to deal with change adequately.
Methods and rituals to successfully "fight" resistance to change do not exist or are not practiced.
Responding to change means taking personal responsibility.
The different actors and their AKV's within a change are not coordinated.
Changes are assessed as not being meaningful and therefore not worn and accepted.
The incentive for intrinsic motivation is missing.
Our solution: Kata - the way to the goal
Kata - as originally developed by Toyota - aims to gradually develop a routine among employees and managers on how to approach a defined target state. The way to the goal is not predetermined. Rather, it is developed step by step within the framework of an experimental procedure.
We have supplemented this classic approach with elements of the agile approach in the digital environment and extended it to an individual, adaptable method, which experiences a holistic view in our satisfy model.
In this course you will learn the basics of Agile - Lean and Kata and link these into a suitable approach and behavior for your company.
Our online 2-day agenda
1/2 day: Kaizen & Lean
1/2 day: Agile & digital change
1/2 day: KATA - Our (*your) way to the goal
1/2 day: Learning, *adaption for your company, To Dos, Retro
Get the tools from classical (Kaizen & Lean) and agile methods and procedures (Kata) and combine them to a model that is tailored to your company to successfully manage the ability, possibility and want of change!
Interest in the topic and willingness to learn.
All those who want to learn more about the topic.
You will receive a mimacom Consulting Education course confirmation.
Are delivered electronically
10.&11.09.2020 / 04.&05.11.2020
09:00 - 12:00 & 13:15 - 17:00
CHF 1680 (exkl. VAT)
Number of participants is limited!
Your instructor - Javier Baiges
Javier Baiges aquired his understanding of the basics of classical Kaizen at the Kaizen Institute under the management of Masaaki Imai. Topics such as Lean Management, TPM (Total Productive Management) Lean Administration were just as much a part of the course as the training as Trainer & Coach. His knowledge was applied and deepened in a practical way in different sectors such as the pharmaceutical industry, heavy industry, various production workshops and service companies.
Since 2015 his focus has increasingly shifted to agile topics. Experience in various areas of application has shown that both the classic variants and agile methods must be individually adapted to the individual companies, because dogmatic adherence to only one approach is not conducive to achieving the desired results.
Javier developed the satisfy Education Model from these theoretical basics and the practical experiences to a holistic system, which allows the user to understand the complex system of a company in a holistic way, in order to apply and further develop methods from the course modules individually as required.
Want to learn more about our satisfy Education Model? Visit one of our upcoming courses!
Picture: Javier Baiges together with Masaaki Imai.