Develop your skills at gaining active front-line participation to drive continuous improvement and navigate your lean road trip. Learn to move beyond traditional confines to execute respect for people and process + results leadership to develop a team of problem-solvers.
Discover how to move beyond an environment where managers and continuous improvement professionals are the primary process improvement drivers. Learn to move toward an environment where problems are raised and solved by the teams closest to the work. The best countermeasures and improvements come from the front line. This interactive workshop will allow you to practice and test your process + results leadership capabilities and offer creative ideas on transitioning to front-line problem solving in daily work. Attendees will learn hands-on experiential learning activities along with follow-up actions to begin to shift the paradigm of thinking and behaviors. Uncover the obstacles that prevent you from handing over the keys to the car on your lean road trip and develop a roadmap for overcoming those obstacles in your organization.
FedEx Corp. provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce and business services. With annual revenues of $46 billion, the company offers integrated business applications through operating companies competing collectively and managed collaboratively, under the respected FedEx brand.
FedEx Office has more than 1,800 stores and locations in the U.S. and Canada, providing convenient access to printing and shipping expertise with reliable service. Its network features retail stores, centralized production centers, corporate on-site print centers, and on-site business centers at hotels, convention centers and universities. Services include copying and digital printing, professional finishing, document creation, direct mail, signs and graphics, computer rental, and corporate print solutions. www.fedex.com/us/office/
Jamie Parker is a district manager with the FedEx Office manufacturing network. She leads a team responsible for safety, quality, delivery, P&L performance, process execution and improvement, and people development for six commercial print manufacturing plants. Parker partners with the manufacturing network leadership team to develop lean implementation strategy and leads the efforts across 19 plants in the U.S. and Canada.
As a district manager with the FedEx Office manufacturing network, Jeff Davis leads a team responsible for safety, quality, delivery, P&L performance, process execution and improvement, and people development for six commercial print manufacturing plants. Davis works with manufacturing network leadership and organizational support partners to standardize processes across 19 plants in the U.S. and Canada.