How a Human Resources Director used Rapid Action - an innovative small team improvement process with a unique action learning toolkit - to solve company problems and develop new leaders.
For the first time, Leap Technologies is giving free access to our library of industry case studies that showcase how organizations big and small use fast-change tools to accelerate their improvement efforts. From small banks with no existing programs, to healthcare organizations trying to do “Lean Healthcare” better, to large manufacturers looking to accelerate Implementation on DMAIC projects, there is a wealth of information and we are excited to share it with you! Click here for access (registration required).
Regional universities are a great resource for organizations looking to put more structure and expertise into their improvement efforts, often coming in the form of licensed training programs for things like Lean and Six Sigma or by providing graduate-student consultants to help lead specific projects. There are many ways for organizations to partner with local education, and for Troy University in Alabama, adding Leap’s Rapid Action Toolkit gave them one more way to help leaders navigate change and realize improvements faster. Click here to read more.
NAES is an independent services company that plays a role in the power generation, oil & gas, petrochemical, pulp & paper and manufacturing industries. They were looking for ways to improve efficiency and safety on the plant floor but didn’t have a robust continuous improvement effort in place. John O’Rourke, a Plant Manager for NAES, had experience with the Rapid Action Toolkit from his time at Wheelabrator Technologies and knew it was the right solution for their needs. Click here to read how they were able to kick continuous improvement at NAES into high gear.
For most of Leap’s history, our clients have relied on the #1 tool on the market for accelerating frontline change to improve faster – Rapid Action. What happens, though, when organizations want to take on big projects – changes that will impact the entire organization and involve many stakeholders? Our clients turn to Breakthrough – the approach for streamlining and improving complex, cross-functional processes by building ownership with key stakeholders. Click here to dive deeper into Breakthrough.