Lean Basics for Non-Profits: Key Concepts and Toolkits

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19 March, 2018

9:00 am to 12:00 pm
United Way of Winnipeg Learning Centre
1st floor, 580 Main St.
CCEDNet Mbrs: $25 | Non-Members: $75

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Lean is increasingly being utilized within government and non-profit sectors to improve processes and service delivery. As demands placed upon community organizations continue to grow, Lean presents a toolset for leveraging employee knowledge to improve operational efficiency. Participants in this workshop will learn about basic Lean concepts and tools, how to apply them, and why Lean provides a strategic advantage in delivering on mission and  objectives.

Learning objectives:

·         Understand how Lean provides a strategic advantage in non-profit environment

·         Understand core Lean concepts such as waste, value, and DMAIC

·         Learn about basic Lean tools such as Kaizens, 5S, and standard work

·         Understand basic components of implementing a Lean management system

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Facilitator Bio

Adrien Sala has spent the last four years leading Lean implementations within private sector and government environments. Prior to working with government he worked for seven years in various capacities within non-profit community programs. He believes that when properly deployed, Lean can encourage employee creativity, happier workplaces, and greater organizational alignment to mission and vision. Adrien is currently the Director of Operations and Strategy with Assiniboine Credit Union. He holds an M.Sc. + B.Comm from the University of Manitoba and is Green Belt certified by  Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters.

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Winnipeg  Manitoba
Community Capacity Building
Organizational Development