This two days intense workshop teaches you the secret sauce to adaptability, innovation and true continuous improvements. Boost your and your organisation’s problem-solving skills and learn to develop a critical mass of innovators to live up to the requirements of the 21st century.
The market dynamics emerging from new technology, new ways of doing business, and the unresolved challenges towards the seventeen sustainable development goals, require us to rethink fast and overcome all these emerging new challenges. One possibility is internalising a scientific response habit that leads to greater adaptability, improved problem-solving skills, and the invention spirit needed to remain viable.
In this workshop, managers, future leaders, and curious people will have a chance to learn how to build up this type of scientific response habit and apply it immediately.
Don’t wait for innovations outside; create them.
If you have a culture where every employee improves one little thing in every process and every day, then you can stop with projects, workshops and cost-cutting initiatives. You can stop thinking about the competition. You can only become better, and that’s where we want to go as everything else requires more efforts, costs more money and disperse our capacities.
This workshop teaches you how.
To save the environment, please bring your own pencil, writing paper and notice books with you. We tend to have a lot of paper and plastic already in circulation.
Wednesday 23th June from 9:00 to 16:30
Thursday 24th June from 9:00 to 16:30
We are working together with Innovest Skjern in Jutland to provide you with the best experience you can get.
Ånumvej 28, 6900 Skjern
You can book breakfast and lunch without additional costs.
Hotel Skjern 2km from Innovest Skjern.
Bechs Hotel 5km from Innovest Skjern.
We will have hand sanitizer dispenser available and in use during this workshop.
TPS is built on the scientific way of thinking…. How do I respond to this problem? Not a toolbox. [You have to be] willing to start small, learn through trial and error.
Hajime Ohba – One of Taiichi Ohno’s students.
Payment latest 14 days after attending the workshop (8th July)
In case you register as a group, we ask you to register individually and we will then take over the task of charging the discount in a collective invoice.
If you signed up and did already pay but cannot attend, please immediately inform and get your money returned.
For a small fee of 2500 DKK (plus driving if outside West Jutland and VAT), I can hold a 2 hours presentation including rapid practical hands-on experience for a maximum of 20 people.
Get in contact if you like to hear more about it.