March - Dan Madison

Using Process Design Principles


Process design principles are distilled best practices from world-class organizations. These principles, when applied, will guide process redesigns. New process regularly are faster, with higher quality, and cheaper than the old processes. These principles have been tested for over 25 years in consulting engagements and university workshops Learning Objectives: 1. Participants will learn about multiple principles. 2. Participants will have an opportunity to practice using the principles in a process they know well. About our Speaker Dan Madison teaches four classes at the University of Saskatchewan, Edwards School of Business. These four classes comprise the requirements to receive the Certificate in Operational Excellence. He is also the author of Process Mapping, Process Improvement, and Process Management. Over his 33 year career, he has consulted to numerous Canadian and United States organizations. Participant Experience Level: Intermediate

  • 21 Canadian dollars
  • Online Session