In this session, core principles of Lean thinking are made relatable and usable within the nonprofit and social impact scope of work. Lean thinking has its origins in the manufacturing industry, but has expanded across all sectors. Lean is a practice of falling in love with challenges in order to create innovative and successful solutions. This work is done through incorporating empathy, addressing uncertainty, and establishing continuous learning practices. Learning Objectives:
- Learn the history and core principles of Lean Thinking; empathy and continuous learning.
- Demonstrate how a standard daily practice of empathy will prepare your organization for uncertainty.
- Learn a process for combining empathy and uncertainty in order to quickly identify areas for improvement and then generate sustainable solutions.
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Founder, Rise Consulting CompanyModerator:Michael Montgomery
Owner/Principal, Montgomery Consulting, Inc.
Lecturer, Dept of Health and Human Service, UM – Dearborn
Fundraising Counsel, The War MemorialApproved CFRE credit hours: 1
This program is offered in conjunction with The War Memorial of Grosse Pointe Farms.This program is FREE and open to members and nonmembers, alike. Registration is required and login details will be sent upon registration.REGISTER HERE