February 9, 2010 | Barb Carr

Learn How to Set-Up and Sustain a Continuous Improvement System at the 2010 TapRooT® Summit

How do high performing organizations design their continuous improvement systems?
How do these organizations use and improve their continuous improvement systems over time?
What options exist for setting up a high impact continuous improvement system?
What types of teams do you need?

Learn the answers to these questions while also providing an overview of the tools and processes necessary to implement and sustain a continuous improvement system that meets your needs in a value added manner.

kevinteaching-2-tmKevin McManus will be teaching How to Set-Up and Sustain a Continuous Improvement System at the 2010 TapRooT® Summit, October 27-29 in San Antonio, Texas.

Kevin McManus is the President of Great Systems! and provides performance improvement coaching from his office in Rainier, Oregon. He is a TapRooT® instructor, and has served as an Industrial Engineer, Training Manager, Production Manager, Plant Manager, and Director of Quality during his 29 year business career. He has served as an Examiner and Senior Examiner for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award for ten years. Kevin also writes the monthly Performance Improvement column for Industrial Engineer magazine and is a regular speaker at a variety of regional and national events.

Kevin has taught many innovative Best Practice sessions at the annual Summit, including 8 Reasons Why People Don’t Report Problems & 8 Solutions to Improve Employee Involvement (View presentation) and Finding Time for Process Excellence – No Fuel, No Progress (View presentation).

Don’t miss an opportunity to set-up and sustain a continuous improvement system at your facility!  LEARN MORE about the 2010 Summit!

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