Future Work Survival Guide for Sustainable Lean Six Sigma
“The pace of innovation is set by insurgents, not incumbents.” Amory Lovins, Cofounder and Chairman Emeritus, Rocky Mountain InstituteThis statement becomes more relevant with each passing day. Nowhere is this more visible than in the current organizational social landscape. To be sustainable, organizations must be socially, environmentally, and economically viable. To be sustainable, an organization’s mission and values must align with social responsibility principles and individual personal beliefs. From a sustainability perspective, the gap in organizational social skills and awareness is painfully obvious.The failure of the previous informal social contract between organizations and individuals began 40 years ago and has reached its inevitable climax. The opportunity for a new agreement based on social responsibility principles to transform organizations and the future of work is at hand. Please join me as I share my research identifying organizational gaps as well as the strategies and methods I have used to successfully close those gaps. These methods include an emerging, socially responsible form of Lean Six Sigma, innovation frameworks, as well as many other techniques to create influence and advance internal organizational social investment. The insights I share will be useful to anyone interested in improving idea adoption, innovation, employee retention, productivity, or reliability. If you are interested in transforming your current culture into a sustainable one, then please attend as I share my future work survival guide.