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    True Cultural Change True Cultural Change Presentation Transcript

    • True Cultural Change Joe Perillo
    • Cultural Change
      • I am committed to being teachable and driven to create an environment of continuous improvement.
      • To implement lean or anything associated with business process improvement require leaders who are honest with themselves and the people they lead
      • What I am finding out is that people in general are comfortable with not changing, they are happy with the “status quo” its easer not having to confront or challenge current practice.
    • Teachable Spirit
      • At he heart of any change is the individual with a teachable spirit, without it change will not happen because the individual believes his or her way is best. The basic principle of continuous improvement is that perfection is pursued and not achieved. If perfection is achieved it is short lived due to changes in technology, material and customer requirements.
    • Breaking Records
      • World records are achievements of perfection but records were meant to be broken, history has proven this time and time again.
      • Individuals who set out to break these records challenged the status quo by confronting the methods of achieving a new world record by becoming faster and stronger.
      • “ An organization that lacks leaders with teachable spirits cannot achieve cultural change”
      • Joe Perillo