Meeting Notice – Mar. 26, 2020

 March ON-Line Only Meeting

Thursday, Mar. 26, 2020

LOCATION:  On-Line ONLY

Workshop

“Team Dynamics”

Presented by Maurice Spann
CEO, J. Griffin Group, LLC

The Team Dynamics presentation will focus on the four keys to highly effective teams:

  • Functional vs Dysfunctional teams
  • Team Effectiveness Model
  • Team Roles and Responsibilities
  • Tuckman’s Stages of Group Development   

Maurice is an experienced Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Leader with a proven track record of leading and advising corporate leaders and business owners on process improvement initiatives, complex system implementations, and organizational change management. He is skilled in identifying, managing, and mitigating business risk. As the CEO of J Griffin Group, LLC and Managing Director of Quality Management & Leadership Academy, his main objective is to build and facilitate high quality training for leaders and individual contributors wanting to advance their knowledge in Lean, Six Sigma, Team Dynamics, Leadership, and business transformation.

 For more information on Maurice Spann, click here.

(0.3 RU on-line)

 


Keynote Presentation

“If you build it, will they Come? Developing a CI Culture”

Presented by Meagan Boson, 

Dir. of Continuous Improvement, Americold Logistics LLC

Continuous improvement is a big phrase that has grown to encompass so many expectations. Some companies are looking for bottom line improvement or process optimization. Others seek higher employee engagement and deeper ties to customers. Whatever your brand of Continuous Improvements, there are a few guiding principles that must accompany the execution of the standard tools. Meagan will detail the keys to her success in advancing the culture of Continuous Improvement across 4 businesses. Each of these businesses represents a different industry, global footprint, and stage of Continuous Improvement maturity.

Meagan leads diverse teams to execute flawlessly and deliver impact and results. Her dynamic style employs her technical knowledge and practical application of lean six sigma, continuous improvement, project management, and various widely desired competencies. With results in industries from heavy metal and chemical manufacturing to technology and service and now logistics and supply chain, she brings a perspective that we haven’t seen before.

(0.3 RU on-line)


TIME
6:00 P.M. Workshop Begins

7:00 P.M. Speaker / Keynote Program Begins

COST
On-line Workshop: $10.

On-line Keynote session: $15.

On-line PayPal payment REQUIRED for all transactions.

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