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Webcast: Begin with the End in Mind: Creating & Sustaining Change

Kirby James, President, The K James Group

So, what does your project want to be when it grows up? Do you really know what it will take to sustain the change?

Organizational change practitioners engaged in both large and small projects have long observed the common difficulty in initiating and then stabilizing the achievements.

Regardless of project scale, a shared underlying element is present that explains why change has proven so challenging: the underlying structure of the change effort subverts its success. Lean, 6 Sigma and Lean Sigma all incorporate elements of structural change in their processes to help improve the success of projects, yet much more can be done.

This session explores the role of structure in process improvement and how practitioners can apply structure as they lead and participate in projects. View this free, one-hour Webcast led by Business Design Architect Kirby James.

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

Kirby James, President, The K James Group

Kirby James is President at The K James Group, a Business Design Architect at Sixsense Strategy Group Inc., and a Facilitator at Canadian Board Diversity Council.

A Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, he previously was the Global Director for EHS & Business Continuity at MDS Pharma and an adjunct professor at Ryerson University. An accomplished lecturer on Organizational Change, Risk Management, Leadership, Communications and Board Governance having taught thousands of adults around the world.

Kirby earned an MHSc from the University of Toronto, studied Systems Dynamics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, Finance at McGill University, is a graduate of the Rotman School of Management Advanced Program in Managing Strategic Change and currently is studying in the Certified Structural Consultant Program with Robert & Rosalind Fritz.