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The Top 3 Human Aspects to Make Your Lean Initiative Sustainable


The Top 3 Human Aspects to Make Your Lean Initiative Sustainable

Arturo is a certified trainer in Crucial Conversations and Influencer since 2008. He has extensive experience introducing and teaching these skills to a wide variety of organization in the Banking, Science Life, Insurance, IT and Manufacturing sectors. His field of specialty includes team and organizational effectiveness, mission and strategy implementation, cultural change, achieves bottom-line results and become measurably more vital. Arturo is an enthusiastic presenter who inspires others to achieve beyond their aspirations.

The big Question: How can you motivate someone who isn’t motivated?

You can’t. But you can help them find their own source of motivation. Leverage on the 3 human aspects – the vital behaviors, personal motivation and ability, peer pressure and working on social influence – the most potent force for sustainable Lean initiatives.

In VitalSmarts research we found that most leaders put a great deal of time into crafting strategy, selecting winning products, and engaging with analysts and shareholders, but only 6% of leaders can successfully influence their employees’ behavior. 94% of dysfunctional behaviors persist for a year or longer in organizations, 1/3 of these problems persist for more than 10 years.
This very interactive mini-workshop has been created from VitalSmarts “Influencer training program” which is based on more than 20 years researches and studies.Videos, theory, discussions and exercises will help participants to find their own methodology for their Lean challenges.



(for Professional, Student, and Trial memberships)


Lean Analytics Association

Lean Analytics Association (LAA) is a non-profit organization that helps companies to transform by enabling lean thinking in their innovation processes. LAA was founded in Switzerland in 2012 as a spin- off from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Our mission is to facilitate the transformation of companies by applying lean thinking and innovation best practices in the product development process. To accomplish our mission, we focus on enabling professionals to learn, innovate, and share to enable them to remove waste and accelerate the innovation outcomes providing training, organizing networking events and continuously research the latest trends.

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