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