Hands-on Improvement Simulation – February 18, 2021

Virtual Learning: Hands-on Improvement Simulation

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. Click here to view a brief video overview from Bill Boyd.

Description – Creating sustainable performance improvement requires going beyond the tools and making incremental changes. Creating the formula for organizational change requires learning how to:

  • Design systems;
  • Build skills to make changes scientifically; and
  • Connect how the work happens to an intentional improvement system supported by practical actions leaders can take.

It starts by understanding the systems at play and then learning how to improve them and sustain them.

In this simulation, you will “learn by doing” as you experience rapid improvement in this “hands-on” virtual simulation. This is not a classroom overview; it is a round-by-round simulation demonstrating key lean concepts while showing how the systems connect.

Who should participate?

Whether you are an executive seeking to improve your understanding to help you coach, a frontline leader looking for practical steps to implement, a performance improvement team member guiding a team, or anyone in between, this simulation will provide you with actions you can implement immediately. Past participants, seasoned and novice, have taken lessons learned from this experience to benefit their operation and organization.

So, join us solo or bring your team as we cycle through four rounds of learning and experimenting our way toward “better” by doing.

Registration – The cost is $49, and class size is limited. Please click here to register and make payment. We look forward to seeing you February 18, 2021.


I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand.