Are you looking to implement a Continuous Improvement program?

DATE & TIME: Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020 | 10:30 - 11:30 AM PT

Efficient use of resources and operational improvements are important to all firms big or small, but these things are easier said than done. Many firms start the Continuous Improvement (CI) journey because they recognize they need change to achieve success. However, when they attempt to implement on-going Continuous Improvement programs such as Lean Manufacturing or Six-Sigma, many see their efforts fall by the wayside. Why exactly does this happen? What can be done to recover traction and progress on a CI program?

During this webinar, CMTC’s Walter Ciszczon and Engage Forward’s Lisa Rawcliffe will present important information on: 

  • Effective CI programs
  • Program maintenance obstacles and how to overcome them
  • Techniques for long term success and program expansion

Learn how to develop a strategy for implementing and maintaining an improvement program that produces effective and meaningful results over the long run.

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Meet the Speakers


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Walter Ciszczon

Senior Consultant
California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (CMTC) 
20+ years of experience in operations
and engineering management
Lisa Rawcliffe_200x200

Lisa Rawcliffe

Consultant, Trainer, Coach & Advocate
Engage Forward
15+ years of experience in manufacturing operations,
continuous improvement, quality and sales

Sustaining Continuous Improvement: Strategies for Success Webinar

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