Training Sessions

HOSHIN KANRI

OVERVIEW

Hoshin Kanri is a Japanese term for strategy deployment. It creates a process for sharing and deploying the direction, goals and approaches from top management to employees and for each unit of the organization to conduct work according to plan. Under a Hoshin Kanri approach, organizational plans are developed using both top-down and bottom-up perspective – and look at both process and results. This training can be taken in-person or online remote facilitated.

This provides a common understanding of priorities that connects each person to the purpose and allows executives to collaborate with line management to determine direction.

NEW!

Our Hoshin Kanri curriculum has been updated to help manufacturers navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

February 9, 2021

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PRE-REQUISITE(S)

None, but completion of the Lean for Leaders course would be an asset.

COURSE LENGTH & TIME COMMITMENT

Participants: 1 day in session.

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Erwin Matusoc, Lean Facilitator
With more than 20 years’ experience in the manufacturing engineering field, Erwin has supported over hundred companies through Lean Consortia, Kaizen events, Lean assessments, training, coaching, mentoring and strategic planning and execution. He is a Certified Quality Improvement Associate through the American Society for Quality as well as a Certified Lean Master Blackbelt. Currently, Erwin is the Hoshin Kanri (Strategy Deployment) Champion for CME Manitoba.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the overall approach to developing Hoshin Kanri
  • Through targeted activities, begin the process of building a organization Hoshin plan
  • Practice learning to reinforce the concepts and instill confidence when heading back to the workplace

WHO CAN BENEFIT

Anyone leader in the business that sees misalignment between individuals and groups. To achieve organization-wide buy in, key leaders who may be considered disciples and change agents should attend in order to communicate value across the organization.