The corporate landscape is littered with the carcasses of companies that have failed in their pursuit of the Toyota Way. Their efforts fail precisely because they’re trying to copy Toyota.
Trying to be like Toyota is a mistake. What leaders need to do instead is learn from Toyota—learn how to convert their competent organizations into dynamic, constantly improving, profoundly customer-focused entities. A “fit” organization has the ability to continually improve in a manner that delivers superior performance and results over the long haul.
This webinar, based on the new book, Building the Fit Organization, distills the lessons from the Toyota Production System into six core concepts, and couches them in the easily understandable language of physical fitness and athletic excellence—no Japanese, no English jargon, and no off-putting references to Toyota.
By the end of the webinar, your team will be ready to make your organization faster, more competitive, and better able to win in your market.
About the presenter:
Dan Markovitz makes companies faster, more flexible, and more productive through the application of Lean principles. He is a faculty member at the Lean Enterprise Institute and a lecturer at the Fisher School of Business and the Stanford University Continuing Studies Program. He holds a Stanford MBA, and received a Shingo Research Award for his first book, A Factory of One.More Webinars