|Pres Number||Role||First Name||Last Name||Presentation Title|
|M06||Co-Presenter||Rebecca||Simmons||Lean Transformation Lessons for Practitioners and Students|
|M12||Primary Presenter||Jeremiah||Genest||Sustaining Change - Executing a Sustainability Plan|
|M14||Primary Presenter||Jessica||Colon||Lean Six Sigma Escape Room|
|M20||Primary Presenter||Kizzy||Dominguez||Seven Secrets to Optimize Multigenerational Team Members!|
|M25||Primary Presenter||Ryan||Burge||Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect, It Makes Habit|
|T01||Primary Presenter||Franco||Seravalli||Steering Towards Zero Issues|
I wasn't able to make everyone, but I wanted to share some thoughts. Love it if others who were in Phenox could share theirs.
"Lean Transformation Lessons for Practitioners and Students" co-presented by Rebecca Simmons. Many great things in this presentation. What really stood out to me was the focus on teaching students how to see a site and understand the power of Lean. There was a lot there that I hope Rebecca and her c-presenter unpack. Their students are lucky to have such a great and committed professor.
My presentation is here.
"Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect, It Makes Habit" co-presented by Ryan Burge. My key takeaway from this was an excellent framework for dealing with resistance and fears around change.
"Steering Towards Zero Issues" by Franco Seravalli. Franco shared a great case study from his plant in Costa Rica. I love his discussion on building passion and accountability. Too often the discussions I hear on this are from a United States and European perspective and Frnaco was a nice counterweight. I hope he'll expand on that.
Sorry for the ones I missed. If I left anyone of the list please let me know. If you attended any of these sessions please share your thoughts!