Organizations (and individuals) frequently struggle to make good decisions. They spend money, invest in new technology, and invest enormous amounts of time and effort reorganizing in fruitless efforts to solve thorny problems. Why? Years of training and reinforcement in school and at work, time pressures and deadlines, and inherent psychological biases cause us to jump to conclusions before we even understand the problem we’re attempting to solve.
This webinar will help you make better decisions by eliminating that tendency. You’ll learn a powerful, four-step process that ensures that you deeply understand a problem before pursuing any given solution:
Following this framework enables you to generate insight before you take action. Rather than needlessly hiring more people or spending money on new equipment and technology, you’ll be able to identify the bottlenecks, root causes, and structural impediments that create the problems in the first place. It reduces the chronic fire-fighting your organization suffers from, while increasing the likelihood that the problem stays solved.
Call for Action: Promoting Diversity & Inclusion in Animal Healthcare: What we ARE doing
We have received several emails from attendees supporting what was shared and seeking information on what’s next and how to get involved.
While we recognize that many institutions are ready for change, we also acknowledge that change is not always easy.
As set out in our mission statement, the VOE-N members are here to help each other to continuously improve.
We encourage anyone who would like to get more engaged through our Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, to reach out and let us know of your interest.
It is our desire that we all benefit from the efforts of this new task force through the collective ideas and initiatives which can brought back to your own institution.
Click here to view the recorded webinar.
Lean Belt Certification Training is a great way to get your staff, new and not-so-new, on the same page and to mobilize them to identify waste in operations and processes. When finished with belt certification classes, the successful candidate will be able to participate in lean activities as a stakeholder and customer.
The VOE Network is proud to offer online self paced lean certifications. Over 100 members have already taken advantage of this great opportunity to learn and grow.
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