One of the things I do for KaiNexus is produce and host our monthly free webinar series. You can view all of the recordings from the past few years via our on-demand library.
On behalf of the team at KaiNexus, I’d like to open up an invitation to join us and some of our customers in Austin this November.
I’m facilitating the fun and innovative “ExperienceChange” workshop that I’ve mentioned here on the blog before. It’s a hands-on way to learn and practice valuable change management skills that will help you in your Lean transformation, planning for Kaizen Events, or other major initiatives.
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I’ve known Dr. Mark Jaben for a while now… we share not just a similar sounding name, but also a passion for healthcare improvement. You can hear my 2014 podcast with him about change and brain science.
Mark’s note: Here’s the concluding post in a series by a guest blogger, Paul Serafino. You can click here to read earlier posts in this series about leaders who have no one to formally lead. Thanks to Paul for his contributions!
Mark’s note: Here’s the last of three change strategies in a series by a guest blogger, Paul Serafino. You can click here to read earlier posts in this series about leaders who have no one to formally lead. Next week, I’ll publish Paul’s concluding thoughts and the whole series will be available as a free PDF eBook, as well.
Mark’s note: Today’s post is by a new guest blogger, Paul Serafino. This initial post will be followed by a series of three posts with strategies that he tees up in this post.
By Paul Serafino:
Mark’s Note: This is the week my wife and I are physically moving from San Antonio to the DFW area, so thanks to those who have helped with guest posts.
Today’s guest post is by Sue Kozlowski, who is part of the team at Techsolve, a team that’s based in Cincinnati. In the past, I’ve collaborated with them on some training and they’re a great group. She has co-authored or contributed to a number of books, which you can see on Amazon.com. You can find them on Twitter as @TechSolveInc. Today’s post brings some practical tips and methods you can use…
My guest for episode #247 is James Chisholm, a principal and co-founder of the Toronto-based ExperiencePoint. James is a pioneer in the design of online game-based learning, and has authored numerous leadership simulations in use by over 100,000 executives and managers worldwide. I fell in love with their “Lakeview” hospital change management simulation a few years back when I first got to try it and I’ve been very happy to learn from James and to partner with ExperiencePoint.
Back in December, I wrote about a method called “Motivational Interviewing” (MI), something I learned about from a social worker who was also at the Lean Startup Conference. It’s funny how these worlds intersect sometimes.
Today’s post doesn’t throw back too far… it looks back at a post from just last month: “Doctors Get Upset With Being Pushed, Bad Leadership, Clumsy Incentives; Try to Unionize.”
Tuesday, Dr. Greg Jacobson and I did a webinar together titled “How to Get Buy In for Improvement.”
When we ask people, “What are your biggest barriers to improvement?” the answer we get most often is “lack of buy in.”
Another question I get thrown at me very often is something along the lines of “How do we get more buy in for ______” with that space being filled with Lean, Kaizen, 5S, using the EMR system, improvement, or any number of terms. If you do a Google search for Lean “lack of buy in”...
I’ve blogged before about facilitating the fun and exciting “ExperienceChange” workshop. I’m going to be offering this workshop again in San Antonio on January 27. It’s going to be a small group, with no more than 10 participants...
Yesterday, I did a webinar about the "ExperienceChange" workshops that I'm facilitating and would love to bring to your organization. In the webinar, the first part talks about the need for change management practices and higher levels of employee engagement...
Having a model like this helps prevent errors, such as jumping to implement Lean tools before the organization understands WHY change is necessary. You have to engage and enroll people in change, not just force things on them.
I am convinced that the ExperienceChange simulations, either Lakeview or GlobalTech, are a great way to learn and practice.
Key Tweets from @MarkGraban – Week of September 14, 2015: Google Cars, Jon Taffer, Learning Simulations
Here's the latest installment of "Key Tweets," a post that summarizes some of my tweets (or retweets) from the week, including photos and other fun stuff. Follow me @MarkGraban and join the fun and the conversation. See the previous installments of Key Tweets here.