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Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement: Envisioning Excellence in Your Organization

January 28, 2020, from 9:00 to 11:00 am

Join CCE for a free virtual training session on Continuous Improvement! This seminar will show you the value-added techniques and strategies to take your organization to the next level of performance and beyond. Learn to make Continuous Improvement a way of life; creating performance transparency, increasing knowledge-sharing, and engaging all employees to achieve transformational results. Successful Continuous Improvement isn’t just about tools – it’s about PEOPLE!

What will you learn?
  • Learn what Continuous Improvement is all about
  • See how Continuous Improvement can benefit your organization
  • Understand what it takes to change an organization's culture
  • Know what's needed to make change stick
Who should attend?

This seminar is geared to those in strategic, leadership, and management roles who are interested in effecting lasting change within your organization. If your goals are to increase productivity, profitability, customer satisfaction, and employee morale, this session will demonstrate how Continuous Improvement can help you get (and stay) there.

About The Presenter

Teresa Goodfellow has more than 30 years of experience in operations, material management, and technical sales positions with both manufacturing and distribution companies. Teresa holds an MBA in General Management from Dowling College’s Townsend School. She was trained and certified by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) under the U.S. Chamber of Commerce as a Lean Manufacturing trainer and implementer. She was a Lean consultant for the Long Island Forum for Technology, working with small and mid-sized manufacturers to increase their competitiveness, productivity, and profitability.
She currently manages her own corporate consulting firm, successfully training hundreds of corporate employees and facilitating the implementation of continuous improvement techniques at manufacturing and service businesses. She earned the status of Six Sigma Green Belt, is Lean Bronze Certified by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and an APICS (Association for Operations Management) Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP). Teresa taught at both graduate and undergraduate level as an adjunct faculty member of the College of Business from 2007 – 2012.