Western Technical College's Business and Industry Services will be hosting "Vital Few - Live Continuous Improvement Exercise in 1 Day," a one-day workshop for businesses on Thursday, June 13, at 8:00 a.m. at the Lunda Center.
Organizations struggle to define work priorities, often undertaking improvement efforts that deliver limited impact. The Vital Few™ is a continuous improvement process that focuses on creating customer value and delivering meaningful impact. It measures process performance and drives strategic outcomes through focus and prioritization of the work. This workshop will show how The Vital Few led a major provider of healthcare services to identify work priorities that were vastly different from those originally proposed. In addition, workshop participants will apply The Vital Few in their organization. The day is designed for leaders and their team of 2-3 people to explore the 8 key components through the case study using interactive exercises and to apply it to something they want to improve. By the end of the day each team has assembled a “scorecard” tied to the 8 components and leaves with identified gaps to advance their initiative.
The public is invited to attend the workshop. The cost of the event is $350 per person. Those who register three people or more will receive a discount.