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Callaghan Innovation and the University of Auckland are delivering a full-day, interactive Lean Awareness workshop in Whanganui for leaders in local businesses.

Have you ever wanted to find out what Lean was all about? Or some guidance in understanding how these principles can apply to your business? This is your chance.

Minimise waste, maximise efficiency, and make continual improvements by learning the methods and philosophy that transformed the modern manufacturing industry,

The Details

DATE: Tuesday 14 May
TIME: 8:30am to 4:30pm
WHERE: The Backhouse, 28 Taupō Quay, Whanganui 4500
COST: $200 excl. GST per person

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CEDA Customer Navigator and resident Callaghan Innovation connector, Peter Ellinghan, has seen first hand how implementing Lean can improve a company’s culture and profitability.

“We know that a culture of continuous improvement allows businesses to improve workflow, create certainty in the face of uncertain marketplaces, keep waste and costs down, increase staff engagement, and mitigate the impact of staff shortages by bringing focus to customer value-adding activities,” says Peter. “This Lean workshop will show you how you can do this in your organisation.”

By the end of this workshop you will:

  • Understand why Lean principles are critical for business success
  • Understand and differentiate the symptoms and causes of process problems
  • Learn what can be achieved by introducing Lean principles and practices in a business
  • Learn how to engage your people in building a Lean functioning business that flourishes
  • Explore the importance of gathering and making data visible for everyone
  • Develop a plan for moving toward a Lean business

Plus, workshop attendees are eligible for the 12-month Lean implementation co-funding support ($20k excl. GST) when working with an approved consultant. Get in touch today to find out more and register.

Have any questions or want to know more?
Get in touch with Peter at [email protected]

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