The Power of Lean Six Sigma in a Baldrige Journey – An Interactive Lego Simulation Game
Monday, October 16, 1- 4 pm
LEGO Game at BFC22
Get those competitive juices following!
Attend this internationally recognized interactive pre-conference workshop, where participants will be inspired to work in teams to solve process problems by applying Baldrige and Lean Six Sigma practices.
Presented by Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt Edwin Boon, the LEGO Game teaches you how you can apply Baldrige and Lean Six Sigma to your own processes and organization.
More than 4,000 companies and 25,000+ students across the Globe have enjoyed learning Baldrige and Lean Six Sigma in this fun and highly interactive simulation game.
Be ready to continually improve round after round! After the third and final round, participants are 7-10x faster than in the first round at applying the Baldrige and Lean Six Sigma principles.
Dr. JoAnn Sternke
Moving from Interest to Action: Inspiring Your Organization’s Performance Excellence Journey
Monday, October 16, 1-4 pm
Have you begun your Baldrige journey? Starting to use the Criteria and are ready to learn more?
Join Dr. Joann Sternke for the "Moving from Interest to Action" pre-conference workshop.
Designed for those who have had little or no exposure to the Baldrige Criteria, and/or are beginning to implement performance excellence principles in their organizations. Participants will learn the history and structure of the Baldrige Program, the benefits of self-assessment and feedback, the structure of the Criteria, how to focus improvement and communication efforts, and how to use the Criteria and Award recipient application summaries to enhance learning from the conference in this interactive session.
Bryan K. Williams
Building a World-Class Workplace - Explore best practices in leading, engaging, and achieving with your team!
Monday, October 16, 1- 4:45 pm
In today’s environment, finding, engaging, and retaining talented workers is a major goal for most organizations. A highly engaged workforce leads to more satisfied customers, growth, and overall better results. But ever-shifting work environments, changing workforce preferences and needs, and a persistent workforce shortage have put pressure on today’s leaders to adjust some of the methods they use to lead their teams, create a high-performance culture, and achieve results.
"Building a World-Class Workplace.”
This half-day workshop (1 - 4:45 pm) will focus on best practices to create and sustain a workplace that attracts and retains high performers. Special emphasis will be on developing a powerful onboarding experience for new team members and ways to drive personal accountability and team cohesiveness throughout your team.
Learning topics include:
• Re-imagining the onboarding experience.
• Tips to become the teammate that others want to have.
• Modeling peer accountability
• Optimizing your ideal role