|Host:||Human Capital Associates|
|Facilitated By:||Ken Somers|
|Date/Time:||June 12, 2003|
|Delivered At:||4th Annual Leadership Conference|
|Description:||Much is written about leadership style and practice, particularly regarding the leaderís influence on Lean and/or Six Sigma programs. Leadership appears to be at the core of successful deployments, and the lack of leadership appears to coincide with program failure. Is it really just that simple? What are the key leadership elements that ensure success? Which elements, when weak or lacking, guarantee program failure?|
Participants in this roundtable will discuss the leadership attributes, behaviors and systems that ensure Lean and/or Six Sigma program success. Working together, the participants will generate and affinitize the elements that define L6S leadership success and failure. The results of this roundtable will form one of the bases for a benchmark study of best leadership practices in current L6S programs. Delegates who participate in the roundtable will earn a final report of the leadership study results when it is published in December.