Lean Event: March 13 - 15, 2013. CALS/CHE BSC process improvement towards the goal of providing optimal financial support services to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Human Ecology to enrich the teaching, research, and extension programs of both colleges.
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Lean Event: March 13 - 15, 2013
CALS/CHE BSC process improvement towards the goal of providing optimal financial support services to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Human Ecology to enrich the teaching, research, and extension programs of both colleges.
Change Leadership at Cornell
Implementation & Continuous Improvement
Excellence in Research
Dignity, respect, and fairness
University Strategic Initiatives
Support intellectual inquiry
Promote cross-cultural understanding
Use knowledge to enlighten and benefit
Be a collaborative and collegial community
Reward and recognize merit
Be accessible and affordable
What is Lean?
What is Lean?
Reducing Process to Core Value
Identifying the 8 Key Wastes
System Stress and
Errors & Defects
How Does Lean Work at Cornell?
It all starts with getting the ‘mess on the wall’…
Cross-functional teams participate in a 3-day LAUNCH.
They learn to value-stream map, identify pain points, see waste, “own” their reality, and envision a future state.
More important than tools, they embrace an opportunity to make their work-lives better, together.
…followed by a 90-day improvement cycle: a ‘learning lab’ of sorts
Along the way, we discover untapped talents, creativity, and energy we as employees possess.
What’s Unique About Lean?
Cornell’s Lean Journey
First Things First: Set an audacious goal that scares you