BE813 Leading Sustainable Change: Daily Management

About This Course

A key component to a continuous improvement culture is the daily rhythm and focus of leaders. A typical approach to improvement is to identify big goals and then take giant leaps toward meeting those goals in the least amount of time. While this sounds good in theory, it often leads to late deliverables, missed critical tasks, and employee burnout. This course explores how to link company strategy to daily improvement, establish leadership rhythms, and measure success.

  

Course Snapshot


Format
 
The course is delivered remotely, with a blend of virtual live sessions and self-paced activities.

Frequency
 
2 times per year (Fall & Spring)


Length

One day with a 7.5-hour workload. Please check the schedule for the live session date and time.

Cost
 
$399

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Process Improvement

Process improvement methodologies take organizations to the next level by introducing efficiencies that use proven traditional methods to address modern-day challenges — in any industry and any function...

What You’ll Learn

Upon completion of this course, students will have gained the knowledge to:

  • Link company strategy to daily improvement;
  • Develop key performance indicators and metrics;
  • Understand the importance of daily improvement meetings;
  • Establish leadership rhythms for daily improvement;
  • Measure the success of daily improvements.

The Learning Environment

The course is delivered remotely, with a blend of synchronous and asynchronous activities. Virtual live sessions provide opportunities to engage with the instructor and other students in real-time and self-paced activities give students the chance to work through content on their own schedule.

Courses may be taken individually and in any order unless otherwise noted. Six courses are required to complete the certificate. If pursuing the certificate, all courses in the certificate program must be completed within three years. Visit the program page for a recommended sequence.