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Hoshin Kanri One-Day Workshop

Published by CME Manitoba

October 12, 2018

HOSHIN KANRI is a Japanese term for Strategy Deployment. Hoshin, meaning “methodology for strategic direction setting’ and Kanri, meaning “management” or “control” combine to create a process for sharing and deploying the direction, goals and approaches from top management to employees and for each unit of the organization to conduct work according to plan. Under a Hoshin Kanri approach, organizational plans are developed using both top-down and bottom-up perspective – and looks at both process and results. This provides a common understanding of priorities that connects each person to the purpose and allows executives to collaborate with line management to determine direction.

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will:

  • Learn the overall approach to developing Hoshin Kanri
  • Through targeted activities, begin the process of building their own personal Hoshin plan
  • Practice what they learn to reinforce the concepts and to instill confidence as they head back to the workplace

For more information, contact Tammy.Oakes@cme-mec.ca or 204-949-1454

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Additional Information

Location: CME Manitoba – 67B Scurfield Blvd
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: Member $295 +GST Non-member $390 +GST

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