How to Transition Towards a Lean Problem-Solving Culture

Engaging and empowering frontline workers is vital to building and sustaining a lean problem-solving culture. Unfortunately, this challenge is still very present for many manufacturers.

In this panel, we feature several expert perspectives on how problem-solving has changed on the factory floor and the benefits that we’re seeing as a result of digital transformation. The panel includes representatives from Church and Dwight, a leading home and personal care company, who share how they connected and empowered factory workers to optimize problem-solving and resolution time on the factory floor.

In this panel, we discuss:

  • The limitations and challenges of traditional problem-solving techniques
  • How autonomous problem solving enables a lean culture
  • How to properly capture learnings from past problems
Alex Leclerc CEO & Co-founder at Poka
James Stevens Shift Manager at Church & Dwight
Gemma Stapley Training Coordinator and Digital Systems Administrator at Church & Dwight
Sanjeiv Asokan Senior Manager at Kaizen Institute Western Europe
How to transition towards a lean problem-solving culture

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