The conditions found in many organisations can be very hostile to people who try to introduce change. Yet, improvement without change is impossible.
And while these companies glorify and reward the unsustainable acts of very visible firefighters and autocratic leaders, they invariably expose themselves to disruption in the marketplace. But what if people discovered how to develop insanely good habits of thinking, learned how to prevent and eradicate problems, and managed to systematically bring to the surface not only what they accomplished, but also what they learned as they did it?
Perhaps they would get the recognition they deserve and make meaningful progress in their lives and careers. In this session, Claudio will illustrate vivid examples of how A3 Thinking (a management approach originated from Toyota) and Popcorn Flow (a new Lean Change method he created) can bring "learning streams" to the surface, dramatically accelerate the rate of change through rapid experimentation, and form the conditions for teams and individuals to flourish and bring the best of their work to the world.