Catch Ball / Hoshin Kanri (Online Class)
September 23 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Hoshin Kanri is a Lean Strategic Planning tool. Hoshin Kanri applies Lean principles and practices to enterprise planning. Catch Ball is embedded within Strategic Planning (Hoshin Kanri) as a practice of designing discrete components of the plan by sharing ideas and “tossing” them back and forth to create a better plan (playing catch with ideas).
This Catchball/Hoshin Kanri workshop will touch upon:
- Introduction to Hoshin Kanri
- Foundation of Hoshin
- The Hoshin Kanri Process
- Tools of Hoshin
- Management Role
- Catchball Concepts and Practices
Prerequisite: None, although this workshop is targeted towards individuals whose responsibilities include leading change.
What to Bring: Paper, pencil and a willingness to share how change is managed within your organization
Fees: Free to EVLA member organizations; $125 per person for non-member organizations.
- Lane County Economic Development Department
- Lane Workforce Partnership
- LCC Business Development Center
- Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce
Emerald Valley Lean Association (EVLA) is a Lane County learning network increasing business competitiveness by sharing and applying lean principles, practices, and tools.
EVLA supports organizations to:
- Instill learning in the principles of lean and high performance;
- Provide education and training for the implementation of lean methods, lean culture, and workforce development;
- Collaborate in solving common problems for improving lean practices;
- Promote continuous improvement and reduction of waste; and
- Promote the health and sustainability of member businesses.