Taking a Step Back Before Moving Forward
Lean Human Resources Development (HRD) is thought by many to be a new & emerging field in the area of Lean thinking. However, Lean HRD actually originated decades ago, and was revolutionary in the creation of lean as we know it today. While exploring the origins of lean, we find that developing people is at the very heart of lean thinking. Without a focus on people, lean systems often fail after they’re implemented. In this session we’ll not only discuss the origins of lean, but also explore how companies must lay a foundation for people development in order to succeed in sustaining lean in the long term.
- How people development is foundational for lean success
- How companies must incorporate learning systems & methods into their lean system design
- Why Lean HRD is grounded in the creation & implementation of TWI
About the Facilitator:
Denny Hall has worked in the field of People Development for over 20 years. During that time he’s held numerous positions in HR, Quality, and Continuous Improvement. Now as a TWI Trainer he continues to train others on how to develop talent within their organizations. His training system design has received recognition from both the American Society for Training & Development and the Association for Talent Development. Denny is certified as a TWI Trainer in JI, JR, and JM through the TWI Institute.