Speaking topics include: Lean leadership, Toyota-style kaizen method, overcoming difficulties with Lean transformation process, and Lean management applied to higher education administration and teaching.
We selected you out of a pool of many candidates to speak at our meeting for four reasons: 1) you’re a great speaker, 2) you know how to handle executives, 3) you have hands on Lean experience in different types of businesses and applications, and 4) you are the top researcher in Lean. Your credibility is unimpeachable. — Kerry Arent, Vice President of Human Resources, Apvion
- “Highly engaging. Knowledge is broad and deep. Very practical in his approach.”
- “Great speaker. Easy to understand. Used relevant examples.”
- “He communicates really well. He’s humble and down-to-earth.”
Lean Behaviors® and Behavioral Waste®
This creative approach to leadership development faithfully follows the thinking and practices of Toyota’s management system. In this workshop you will learn to differentiate between value-added leadership behaviors and leadership behaviors that are waste, and methods for improving your leadership skills and capabilities. By arrangement.
Lean for Higher Education
Professor Emiliani is the leading Lean practitioner in higher education, having apply Lean principles and practices to teaching since 1999. Learn from his vast experience in personalizing student learning through instructional design and learning management system technology, as well as the role of senior administrators in creating a Lean university. By arrangement.