AN ONLINE COURSE BY LEAN FRONTIERS
You Can't Make it if you don't know what breaks it.
Using Creative thinking to Define Critical Questions for Lean Product Development
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You Can’t Make it if you don’t know what breaks it: Using Creative thinking to Define Critical Questions for Lean Product Development- About the Workshop
An Online, Interactive Learning Experience
A strong process development process requires clear-eyed identification of the most critical knowledge gaps to be closed and the key decisions to be made. In this workshop, you’ll learn to use the principles of creative problem solving to facilitate the identification of functional and cross-functional knowledge gaps (critical questions) and you’ll practice in a virtual environment.
Objectives of this session: at the end of this session you will…
- Understand the difference between a milestone and key decision in your process development plan
- Be able to determine the appropriate times to use a divergent thinking approach and a convergent thinking approach in identifying process development knowledge gaps
- Have practiced using divergent and convergent thinking skills in a group setting in a virtual environment.
- Be ready to plan your own workshops to identify knowledge gaps and key decisions
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SYSTEMATIC TRAINING APPROACH
As you watch this video, imagine your most experienced workers training others using this same, systematic way of training. Job Instruction is a skill that can be taught and the impact is dramatic!
You Can’t Make it if you don’t know what breaks it: Using Creative thinking to Define Critical Questions for Lean Product Development - ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Bella Englebach, Author & Thought Leader
I was trained as a scientist, and still love the search for knowledge, Now I help people to see that the heart of improvement is the scientific method. As children we were all excited to ask why – and we all loved to conduct experiments! Many of us left that type of exploration behind and came to believe that we were not good at problem-solving or creativity. But good news! Everyone can regain their excited inner scientist to drive people-centered improvement for any type of organization.
I previously worked at Johnson & Johnson, where I was a process excellence and business improvement leader, bringing the worlds of lean and creativity together in research and development, regulatory affairs, and IT implementations. I opened my own business, Lean for Humans, Inc, in 2018.
I am a Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Facilitator who blends together creativity with continuous improvement, lean improvement, lean product and process development, and change management.
I was a member of the Board of Directors of the Lean Product and Process Development Exchange for six years.
I love to speak at and facilitate workshops at lean, operational excellence, and continuous improvement conferences. I am the author of “Creatively Lean: How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Drive Innovation throughout Your Organization”
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The cost to attend this workshop is $400 and must be paid by credit card upon registration.
Company discounts (3 or more registrants) are available and for $300 per person when registering with Discount Code “GROUP”.
Registration – limited to 20 participants