SISU LEADERSHIP SERIES:
USING STANDARD FOLLOW UP TO ALIGN LEADERS AND EXECUTE ON STRATEGY
VIDEO SERIES FOR THE UTAH TRANSIT AUTHORITY
VIDEO 1 – IMPORTANCE OF STANDARD FOLLOW UP
This video provides an overview of what standard follow up means and how the standard follow up system compliments the accomplishment of strategic goals and projects. Included is a brief overview of the importance of daily huddles, weekly improvement huddles and monthly step-backs.
VIDEO 2 – UNDERSTANDING THE DAILY HUDDLE
This video dives into the purpose and intent of the daily huddle. Included in the video is a review of the elements that make daily huddles successful.
VIDEO 3 – UNDERSTANDING THE WEEKLY IMPROVEMENT HUDDLE
This video dives into the purpose and intent of a weekly improvement huddle. Included in the video is a review of the elements that make weekly huddles successful.
VIDEO 4 – UNDERSTANDING THE MONTHLY STEP BACK
This video dives into the purpose and intent of monthly step-backs. Included in the video is a review of the elements that make monthly step backs successful.
Founder and President of SISU Consulting Group, Mike is based in Portland, Oregon but travels extensively to support clients across the globe, including Europe, Latin America and Asia. SISU Consulting Group is a Licensed Affiliate for the Shingo Institute and an award winning international consultancy supporting clients in 14 countries and responsible for the training and development of certified Shingo trainers and examiners.
Mike has personally coached more than 200 organization in implementing the principles of Enterprise Excellence, including Baxter Healthcare, Boeing, Raytheon, Intermountain Healthcare, La-Z-Boy, OC Tanner, Daimler, University of Washington, Aera Energy, Boston Scientific, Christie Clinic and Abbott. Over the past 20 years, Mike has contributed hugely to the development of the Shingo Model and Assessment Framework, is Director Emeritus of the Shingo Institute, 3x Shingo Prize winning author and Lifetime member of the Shingo Academy.
Prior to founding SISU, Mike worked in the private equity arena, successfully turning around companies in both manufacturing and service industries. It was during this time as a turnaround specialist that Mike was personally mentored in the principles of the Toyota Production System and refined his approach to driving business results by designing a management system that engages each member of the organization in team-based problem solving toward customer-centric goals.
Many thanks for giving the opportunity for such a video series. What a clear and high speed flow of relevant insights! I really appreciated it and am looking forward to attending more of your workshops.
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Over the last 15 years, SISU has supported more than 500 organizations in 14 different countries, across both manufacturing and service industries. We do this by developing leaders at each level of the organization who can successfully design principle-based daily management systems that engage everyone in the organization and drive business results. SISU is a Licensed Affiliate for the Shingo Institute, responsible for the training and development of certified Shingo trainers and examiners. Enroll in one of our workshops and experience why SISU has more Shingo winning clients than any other consultancy in the world.
Written and tested over a three year period, and based on more than 15 years of direct implementation experience, Own the Gap teaches the reader how to create a culture of daily kaizen where “improving the work is the work.” More than 500 organizations have used our model to drive engagement and results, including such industries as healthcare, manufacturing, retail, energy, and higher education.