Live Webinar – Discovering the Ohno Method (February 27th, 2020, 16:00 – 18:00)
Ohno Method Webinar – Module 1 clarifies the origins, history, and future of the Ohno Method. You will discover how key elements of the Toyota Production System were lost in translation when it was popularized internationally as Lean.
Date and Time:
Date: Thursday. February 27th, 2020
Time: 16:00 – 18:00 (USA, Pacific Standard Time, GMT -08:00)
Capacity: 25 participants
Module 1 – Discovering the Ohno Method: How Leaders go Beyond Toyota and Lean
Part of our Premium Webinar Series by Jun Nakamuro, Officially Endorsed Ohno Method Instructor
- The Lost Context of the Toyota Production System
- Taiichi Ohno’s Legacy
- The Deeper Meaning of Kaizen
- Problems as the Mother of Wisdom
Module 1 clarifies the origins, history, and future of the Ohno Method. You will discover how key elements of the Toyota Production System were lost in translation when it was popularized internationally as Lean. The last half-hour will be a dedicated Q&A with Jun.
The Ohno Method Live Webinar Series
This webinar series is your opportunity to learn from one of the foremost experts in the Ohno Method. Taiichi Ohno’s Method grew outside of Toyota for ten years following his resignation from Toyota, and Jun Nakamuro is one of the only people officially endorsed to share the Ohno Method as originally intended.
More about Sensei Nakamuro
Jun Nakamuro is the foremost expert in organizational design and re-design through applied knowledge. His top-level ability is exemplified in leadership, quality work, and exceptional results. Jun Nakamuro is a master of leading business transformation who brings valuable knowledge and experience from many industries. He recognizes the power of engaging people and augmenting human creativity with digital solutions to achieve organizational transformation and performance. Jun will realize your best return without additional investment by designing innovative management systems for your businesses supported by stronger leadership and modern technology.
Over the past decades, Jun has undergone extensive training in Japan and received official certification from Ohno’s most successful protégé, Hitoshi Yamada (Canon, Sony, NEC, Toyota, and others), following the guidelines officially approved by Taiichi Ohno in 1990. Hitoshi Yamada has recognized Jun’s achievement and endorsed him as a successor to Ohno’s legacy outside of Japan.