It’s all about networking!
Below you will find some links to websites, blogs, and other sources of information that you may find of interest. I’m sharing these links as I know or have worked closely with the leaders within these organizations and value their experience and perspectives. The desire is to expand our networks and learn from each other!
HPS member organizations have a life long commitment to continuous improvement and provide the support for their people to apply what they learn from benchmarking, collaboration and exchange events. HPS works hard to create cross-organizational improvement teams and develop relationships that result in the acceleration and sustainment of member’s CI journeys. They work hard to develop the thinking to help members evolving their thinking to continue to be the best.
Through the leadership and expertise of Zoran Bojic, Systemico engages in Strategic Planning, Lean Six Sigma, Quality and Risk Management, Project Management, and Human Factors Engineering.
Big Four sharpens front-line employees’ aim toward leaderships’ vision and goals. They work with your team of subject-matter experts, braiding their lean management system prowess with your team’s knowledge of the business to develop world-class business systems and processes that fit.
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On a quiet country road north of Bloomingdale, Ontario you will find a working farm that has been in the family for five generations. The Snyder family view the fields, woodlot, and livestock as part of nature. So do things in a positive way, to help create a healthy environment. They are open minded to new ideas, yet appreciate many of the things learned by previous generations.
It is amazing that we can use our brain to change almost anything about ourselves, including how our brain works. It can be frustrating when your brain doesn’t work they way you want it to. Sonya learned a lot along the way about different learning styles, different thinking styles, and more specifically dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia and wants to share what she has learned so hopefully others don’t have to go through some of the frustrations her family experienced. www.beatofadifferentdrum.com