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Efficient Lean meetings

  • Objectives

    • To identify the tools and behavior appropriate for leading an efficient meeting of a given duration with an expected result.
    • Learning how to implement these tools depending on the type of meeting held within a Lean organization: daily decision-making meeting, individual planning meeting, weekly prioritization meeting, etc.
  • Keywords

    Meetings - Prioritization – Expected result - Lean.
  • The advantages

    • Scenario work based on Lean case studies taken from real life.
    • Best practices exchanged between participants and the CSP trainer.
    • Short duration suitable for the targeted participants.
  • Aimed at

    • Any individual within the organization who is responsible for holding meetings.
    • Managers involved in organizing daily operational meetings.
    • Regular participants in the management bodies of a Lean company.

Program

The challenges of a Lean meeting
  • What is the purpose of the meeting?
  • Can the meeting be avoided? “Meetings are not the only way of working”
  • The magic triangle: objective, participants, development.
  • The value of participants.
Management bodies of the Lean company
  • What type of meetings, with what aims and how often?
  • Participant benchmark: practical case studies.

The process of achieving efficient meetings: applying this to practical case studies
  • TOP meeting (Theme Objective Plan)
  • Gathering factual information: performance indicators, facts, etc.
  • Introduction: OSTMP (Objective, strategy, tactics, methods, schedule), the 3 Vs (Vous, Vécu, Visuel – you, what you experienced, and what you saw).
  • Leadership: respecting roles, the Law / the Link, the 3 “Says” (Saying you are going to say something, Saying it, and then Saying you have said it).
  • The motivational conclusion: a summary in 3 points, the plan of action.
  • Leadership tools and supports.
  • The self-evaluation grid.

Anticipating and managing difficult situations
  • The typologies of participants.
  • Dealing with objections.
  • Regulating tensions.

Application via role plays of meeting situations followed by debriefing
  • Daily decision-making meeting.
  • Individual planning meeting.
  • Weekly prioritization meeting.
  • The experience of participants.
  • Commitments, individual plan of action in terms of improvement

ADDITIONAL TRAINING COURSE
    ng your time and your priorities in order to become more efficient, p. 43.

    REGISTRATION

    • Code:VLM1373
    • Duration : 1day