Leading Performance Improvement Best Practices Track at the 2012 Global TapRooT® Summit
Are you a manager in charge of a performance improvement program?
Then you should be in Las Vegas on February 27 – March 2 at the 2012 Global TapRooT® Summit and the pre-Summit courses.
First, pick the pre-Summit course that gives you the information you need to turbocharge performance at your facility.
If you have never been trained in the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Techniques, I would suggest taking the 2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Course.
If you already have been trained in TapRooT®, pick from this list of valuable courses:
Here’s what some participants had to say about the pre-Summit courses they attended…
Then sign up for the Leading Performance Improvement Best Practices Track at the Summit. You will experience five great Keynote Speakers, eight Best Practice Sessions, and a final session where you will plan your improvements.
The Best Practice Sessions for the Leading Performance Improvement Track are:
- How Pfizer Achieves Operational Excellence
- What is Culture and How Do You Identify and Solve Culture Problems
- What Does Management Need to Know About Process Safety Improvement
- Designing Your Continuous Improvement Program
- Developing a Fatigue Risk Management Program
- Criminal Prosecution of an Accident
- Response Lessons from the Joplin Disaster
- TapRooT® Implementation Success Stories
But that’s not all. If you choose to, you can customize your Summit experience by choosing to replace some of these sessions with sessions from the other eight tracks, including:
- Changing Behavior by Praising the 49 Character Traits
- The Day 29 Miners Died: The UBB Mine Explosion
- Developing Great Investigators
- TapRooT® Implementation, Investigations, and Process Improvements
- TapRooT® Users Share Root Cause Best Practices
- The 7 secrets of Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis
- Positive Contributions in Facilitation & Management Interactions
- Investigation Process Best Practices
- Working Across Languages and Cultures
- Using Baldridge Criteria to Achieve Performance Improvement
Don’t miss the sessions that will help you develop a world-class performance improvement program. Get registered today. See: