Change is having a huge impact on your success and your future! Change for some is positive and others it is negative and can hurt. And, if you don’t understand the difference between Cyclical and Structural Change clearly, it can have a devastating impact on your career and your business - now and in the future! Once you understand the difference between Structural and Cyclical Change, you can more effectively use the Planning portion of the PDCA tool for next year and beyond.
“The 2016 Time of Reflection” is upon us! Join our webinar where we’ll dive into a few basic fundamentals of Change Management, as well as offer our suggestions for end-of-year business planning & improvement.
Learn Change Management fundamentals
Distinguish between Cyclical and Structural Change - so you can make better decisions
Learn proven best practices for reviewing current year performance and planning for 2017
Scott Luton, Managing Partner
Scott Luton has almost 15 years of general management and business development experience. He has held a variety of leadership positions, mainly in manufacturing.
Brad Lyons, Kaizen| Lean | Organizational Excellence Consultant
Brad Lyons has over 35 year’s business management experience and ranges from franchise management to comptroller of a manufacturing, wholesale, retail and distribution company to owning and operating his own businesses. The past 25 years he has been an independent Kaizen | Lean Enterprise | Organizational Excellence business strategist and consultant in over 20 different industries. He has consulted Fortune 100 companies in addition to many mid to small organizations. He is a 1980 graduate of University of Georgia, with a BBA in International Business. As a consultant and coach, he takes his clients through a directed process to create the systemic changes required to meet and exceed management’s goals and objectives. He creates sustainable success measured in improved productivity, reduced costs, improved delivery and lead times with improved quality and safety throughout the client’s organization. He has also developed and led seminars and workshops for public and “in-house” programs and conducted 100’s of Kaizen Events. His work has taken him across the US, Mexico, Canada, Europe, and China.