Learn how to effectively deploy the goals central to your company's success in this 30-minute webinar

50% of your strategic plan's value is found in the first year of its deployment, and that's why these four steps are crucial to maximizing your results, no matter the goal 

Following on from our first webinar in the Strat to Action series: How To Find Breakthrough Initiatives, Charlie Sharman, co-author of Strat to Action and Advisor to the Board of Kaizen Institute covers the critical thinking process and steps to follow to deploy your Breakthrough Initiatives in a post-COVID-19 world, covering:

  • Breakthrough objectives - crystalizing the answer to 'what do we achieve in the next year?'
  • Improvement priorities - identifying the key processes which help deliver your annual Breakthrough Objectives
  • Targets to improve - statistical process control v measuring what the customer cares about re. your goals
  • Completing the x-matrix - what you need to know 
  • Examples of breakthrough objectives, improvement priorities, and targets to improve based on the QDCI framework
  • A checklist for each step of the deployment process
  • Advice on identifying the resources to deliver your objectives, realizing the value and blockers to your goals, and much more
Watch the next webinar in our Strat to Action series today

About the Strat to Action Webinar Series

Delivered by Kaizen Institutes' Charlie Sharman, co-Author of Strat to Action, this 3-part webinar series will help you to understand Hoshin’s potential in organizational transformation and growth year after year, and set your organization on track to achieve its full business potential. 

Charlie Sharman is co-author of Strat to Action and Advisor to the Board of Kaizen Institute, and has a 30+ year career spanning organizations such as Danaher and consulting for the world's most successful businesses.

His book, Strat to Action, describes the journey of a company over a three-year period, which evolves from poor performance to high levels of growth and profitability, using the KAIZEN™ Management Model and the Japanese concept of Hoshin Kanri.

 

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