For individuals who manage moderately complex government processes and/or to develop staff skills in a Lean Centre of Excellence
How to lead and sustain moderately complex Lean process improvement initiatives using the DMAIC cycle (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control/Continue to Improve), leading to positive, measurable, sustained results.
For individuals responsible for writing and securing approvals of government documents.
Lean solutions to address the most common challenges in writing government documents and getting them approved quickly. Follows the Lean White Belt curriculum, but tailored to the improve the delivery of documents such as: Treasury Board Submissions, Reports, Business Cases, Strategic Plans, Presentations, Communications etc.,
For those responsible for strategic planning in their organization.
An introduction to the Lean approach to Strategic Planning (Hoshin Kanri). Designed to help government organizations develop and execute strategic plans that are more likely to be achieved and are aligned with the "Results and Delivery" framework.
For government leaders (Managers to Deputy Minister)
Advanced leadership skills from the field of Lean Enterprise to help leaders create and lead sustained transformation, eliminate wastes that only leaders can eliminate and find capacity (both for themselves and their team) to innovate and continuously improve.
Teaches the basics of Scrum (Agile), an internationally recognized project management approach that can help teams manage through complex tasks like delivering IT solutions (like a web portal for citizens to apply for permits) or developing better quality policy documents faster.