Learn from Bob
Bob’s industry experience, painstaking research, outstanding teaching, and extensive writing combine to offer you one-of-a-kind personal engagement that showcases creative and original thinking.
Conversations via Zoom
Conversation are a great way to learn. Schedule a time to have a Zoom conversation with Bob, either individually or with the entire senior management team. You pick the topics.
Understanding Resistance to Lean
With Lean management there is a constant struggle to reach the boardroom and endless “cherry-picking” of Lean tools. Why does this happen, how do these results come about, and what can be done to improve? This practical and interactive workshop is a deep and substantial exploration of these topics based upon the books The Triumph of Classical Management Over Lean Management, Irrational Institutions, and Management Mysterium.
Speed Leadership is a great new way to understand and improve leadership in the digital era. It looks at leadership from a process, rather than behavioral, perspective. Speed Leadership is a simple way to improve leadership without the pain of business or personal transformation. Click here to learn more.
Would you believe that successful sales and business growth strategies are more luck than skill? This workshop shows you why that is true and how to improve a corporate strategy and its execution. This remarkable workshop is based on a unique graduate course taught to managers by Professor. Emiliani since 2004.
Lean Behaviors® and Behavioral Waste®
Professor Emiliani developed this groundbreaking executive training and consulting workshop some 20 years ago as a result of his TPS training by Shingijutsu and many years of industry work experience. This insightful 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 how to quickly improve your leadership skills and capabilities.
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.”