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Free Webinar: Leveraging Strategy Deployment to Effectively Respond to the Unexpected
Leveraging Strategy Deployment to Effectively Respond to the Unexpected
How Hoshin Kanri Builds Organizational Resilience

Traditional strategic planning helps articulate an organization’s path forward and the means to get there--provided a given business context. But what happens when the context abruptly changes—as in a pandemic? That’s when lean strategy development—or Hoshin Kanri—demonstrates its superiority.

As the global Covid-19 pandemic upended well-laid plans, disrupting industries in every sector and region of the world, organizations using the Hoshin Kanri process demonstrated a clear competitive advantage. Hear the story of how one of those companies that leveraged the Hoshin Kanri process to quickly pivot its strategy to meet the abruptly changed business conditions caused by the pandemic.

Hoshin-Kanri not only sets out the strategic plan and a way to achieve it. The approach also develops the executive and workforce problem-solving capability that ensures an organization’s ability to respond to unforeseen business conditions. Learn how you can adopt this powerful practice by attending this webinar.

Jan 21, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Laura Mottola
Lean Coach
Laura Mottola is the President and CEO of Flow Partners Inc., a Canadian consulting company with operations in Chile, and Director of Great Lakes Graphite Inc., a company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. She is recognized globally as a leader in Lean Mining®, Mining Automation, Technology and Innovation in the natural resources sector. Laura is a mining engineer with a Masters of Engineering in Mining Automation from McGill University. A seasoned professional and business leader with more than 20 years of global experience in mining, Laura was named one of 100 most inspirational women in mining by Women in Mining UK.