Sustainability leaders struggle with resources to apply to performance improvement. Getting sustainability strategy integrated with business strategy is imperative. This means that sustainability improvement projects must be prioritized as integral to Operational Excellence. This Webinar will demonstrate how sustainability leaders can easily use existing resources, human resources that are already in their organizations, for performance improvement. With just a few modifications of common performance improvement methods, important strategic sustainability improvements can be achieved without adding staff.
WEBINAR: Untapped Sustainability Resources
Recorded live on Thursday, August 16th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. PT / 2:00 p.m. ET.
We sat down with Andrea Hoffmeier, Founding partner of the Sherpa Sustainability Institute to discuss how to integrate Continual Improvement for Social Responsibility (CISR) into existing Lean Six Sigma or Operational Excellence programs
- How can you leverage CISR to tackle complex, multidimensional challenges as you pursue social responsibility opportunities?
- Understand the language of continual improvement.
Andrea Hoffmeier is a founding partner of Sherpa Inc.: A Benefit Company, with over 25 years of experience in marketing, product development, quality management, and organizational excellence. She has a bachelor of arts degree in language and international trade from Clemson University and is completing a master of science degree in sustainability and environmental management at Harvard University. She is the co-author of A Six Sigma Approach to Sustainability: Continual Improvement for Social Responsibility.
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