Webinar "Why Bother? Why and How to access your Continuous Improvement Culture​" by Chris Butterwort

When:  Oct 10, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 12:45 PM (BST)
Associated with  Great Britain Section
Join as for one of the three webinars that Chris Butterworth has volunteered to deliver!
 
THE TOPIC
This webinar will offer an overview of the Shingo Award winning book "Why Bother?: Why and How to Assess Your Continuous-Improvement Culture", introducing the key concepts and exploring the need to focus on systems and behaviour in organisational assessments.​
 
THE SPEAKER
Chris Butterworth has many years experience of operating at senior management positions in blue chip multi-national companies including Corus, JCB, ABB, and Jaguar. He was fortunate to be a member of the leadership team that established one of the first “lean” facilities in the UK in 1990. He has held senior commercial, operations and Continuous Improvement roles in a range of different sectors. He has extensive experience in many different sectors and helps organisations implement Lean Thinking in less traditional areas such as Education Institutes, Financial Services, Defence and not for profit.​
He has spoken on Lean Thinking at several International Conferences and facilitated workshops for executive management programmes at a wide range of international business schools.​
Chris is a Shingo Institute Faculty Fellow, Academy member, master trainer, and Shingo Prize examiner. He is a co-author of three Shingo Publication award winning books - "4+1 Embedding a Culture of Continuous Improvement " , " The Essence of Excellence " and “Why Bother? Why and how to access your continuous improvement culture” . He is also editor of the Shingo Institute book “Enterprise Alignment and Results” and has two new books being published in 2024- Why Care?: How Thriving Individuals Create Thriving Cultures of Continuous Improvement Within Organizations, and Leading Excellence. ​
RU will be available to attendees   To register for this webinar use the link in this page.
 
TIME
10th October, 2024 (12:00 GMT/UMT) (UK time) 
 

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