Visual Management for Working Teams

From whiteboards to smartboards, bringing visual management into the workplace can tap into new ways of seeing and learning for working teams. By using tools and techniques that make our work visual, we can quickly build consensus, share information and update staff on important milestones and benchmarks. 

Visual cues and signals are often used in Knowledge Management and Business Process Improvement (LEAN) to quickly communicate and improve processes effectively and efficiently. This is a highly collaborative methodology that involves influencing how we visually engage in our work spaces and collaborate in our work, creating a strong visual presence and supporting a learning culture.

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  • Audience
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  • Defining visual management practice

  • Idenitfying interactive visual tools for the workplace

  • Building concensus through graphic facilitation

  • Effective meeting strategies

  • Monitoring and tracking productivity, progress, risk and compliance

  • Managers, supervisors, or project managers who want to mobilize teams and track progress
  • Subject matter experts mapping complex methodology or facilitating groups
  • Operations teams using visual cues as instruction
  • Knowledge Management and Business Process Improvement champions

Kate Wetherow, BFA, PMP, has over 15 years not-for-profit experience in education and operations at organizations at the community, national and international levels. Kate has a unique blend of skills as a knowledge management specialist, project manager and Lean Green Belt in business process improvement. Her particular expertise is in organizational learning, where she works to strengthen integration among departments, improve workflow efficiency and apply collaborative tools to facilitate seamless information exchange. Kate coordinates the Ottawa Knowledge Mobilization Community of Practice.

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Knowledge Management

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From whiteboards to smartboards, bringing visual management into the workplace can tap into new ways of seeing and learning for working teams. By using tools and techniques that make our work visual, we can quickly build consensus, share information and update staff on important milestones and benchmarks. 

Visual cues and signals are often used in Knowledge Management and Business Process Improvement (LEAN) to quickly communicate and improve processes effectively and efficiently. This is a highly collaborative methodology that involves influencing how we visually engage in our work spaces and collaborate in our work, creating a strong visual presence and supporting a learning culture.

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Visual Management for Working Teams

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811

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10days before the course start date

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Kate Wetherow, BFA, PMP, has over 15 years not-for-profit experience in education and operations at organizations at the community, national and international levels. Kate has a unique blend of skills as a knowledge management specialist, project manager and Lean Green Belt in business process improvement. Her particular expertise is in organizational learning, where she works to strengthen integration among departments, improve workflow efficiency and apply collaborative tools to facilitate seamless information exchange. Kate coordinates the Ottawa Knowledge Mobilization Community of Practice.

Audience: 

Managers, supervisors, or project managers who want to mobilize teams and track progress
Subject matter experts mapping complex methodology or facilitating groups
Operations teams using visual cues as instruction
Knowledge Management and Business Process Improvement champions

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Visual Management for Working Teams
February 27, 2020
9:00 - 16:00
$595.00
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