Webcast: After 150 Years of Improvement, Getting Better Faster

Carol Mullaney, Master Black Belt and the Director of Continuous Improvement in the Office of Continuous Improvement at the University of Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame has always been successful and is always making improvements. So why do they need to do anything new?

Across industries, the same big "why" question gets posed time and time again. And the responses are strikingly similar:

Join us for a free, recorded one-hour Webcast led by Notre Dame's Carol Mullaney to learn HOW the University of Notre Dame met these challenges and structured its Continuous Improvement methodology to make it easier for more people to access and apply.

In this session, the following key points will be covered:

Carol Mullaney, Master Black Belt and the Director of Continuous Improvement in the Office of Continuous Improvement at the University of Notre Dame

Carol Mullaney is a Master Black Belt and the Director of Continuous Improvement in the Office of Continuous Improvement at the University of Notre Dame. Carol is responsible for designing and leading CI initiatives including fostering a CI culture to support Notre Dame's unique mission. She has coached CI project teams, designed and delivered CI training, and managed and scoped CI projects.

Prior to returning to her alma mater, Carol served as the Director of Global Transformation at the Fortune 500 Company, Pitney Bowes, where she spent ten years directing process improvement programs and leading strategic/executive level transformation projects. carol received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Notre Dame and later received an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management.