Value Capture, LLC

3 Systems: A Key to Transformation. Free Online Self-Teach Course

Principle-driven transformation relies on the design of systems to guide behaviors. Understanding the 3 systems within any organization, and how they interconnect, is vital to designing and implementing systems that enable success. We offer this course to introduce you to the Work, Management and Improvement systems and how their interconnection is vital to attaining sustainable […]
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Hands-on Improvement Simulation – February 18, 2021

Please join Didier Rabino and Bill Boyd February 18, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (Central Time) for this virtual simulation, in which you'll continually improve to build a product using facilitated rapid learning cycles. Each round will demonstrate the PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) cycle, engage participants as a team in a huddle board, and will share key concepts in conjunction with the cycles.
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Shingo Discover Excellence Virtual Workshop, February 2-3, 2021

Please join Value Capture Client Advisors Shana Padgett and Bill Boyd, for Discover Excellence, the foundational Shingo Institute workshop. Our virtual host for this workshop is Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health, a not-for-profit health system with a comprehensive network of care, including more than 300 primary-care and specialty physicians; outpatient and Urgent Care services; and […]
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Shingo Systems Design Virtual Workshop, March 9-10, 2021. Register by 1/31 to Save $100.

We are excited to facilitate Systems Design, the Shingo Institute's newest workshop, in conjunction with our virtual host, Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health. Please join Value Capture Client Advisor Shana Padgett and Value Capture Managing Director Ken Segel, March 9-10. This two-day workshop integrates virtual classroom and small-group experiences to build upon the knowledge and […]
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More About the Shingo Model

All leaders pursue success for the organizations they lead. Precious resources are committed to improvement projects and initiatives. New systems and tools are deployed, gains are made, but then they often recede. Despite all the best intentions and detailed planning, a seemingly unbreakable cycle of progress, gain, plateau and regress settles in. Something must be […]
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