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    Lean HR Practices: Our Role in Leading the Transformation

    Date: February 14, 2013, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Flathead Valley Chapter Society Human Resource Management (SHRM)
    Hilton Garden Inn, 1840 US HWY 93 South, Kalispell
    As a member in good standing, your membership dues include the cost of lunch. Non-members are charged $12 per program and $12 if you wish to have lunch.
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    Name: Colleen Rudio

    Title:  Chief Strategist

    Organization:  Rudio Performance Management Group, LLC

    Presenter Information:    Colleen Rudio is the Chief Strategist and Business Consultant for Rudio Performance Management Group, LLC.  In this role she reviews, designs and facilitates change management initiatives for clients. She founded this Group in 2009.  She also serves as a Director of Corporate and Group Solutions for Western CPE, LLC.  Previously, she was an Executive VP for a financial institution, Sr. Business Development Officer and Director of Marketing for a CPA firm and a Licensed Insurance agent.  She is a Board Member and Past President for Big Sky SHRM (Montana) and an active volunteer in her community.


    Program Activity:    Ultimately, every organization deals with the challenge of overcoming operational inefficiencies, managing projects, and aligning systems and processes. Ignoring the value of establishing a lean culture can result in increased costs, decreased morale and limited organizational progress.  The alternative is to understand the concept of Lean in a way that allows your organization to better stabilize processes and functions, build high functioning teams, and reduce unnecessary waste of your most valuable resource – your people. This is an interactive workshop which includes: 1)introduce concept of Lean; 2) explore why waste occurs and identify the value of continuous improvement; 3) discuss how to identify and gain understanding of your organization’s current state, workflows, behaviors and patterns; 4)explore common LEAN methods engaged in developing a culture of continuous improvement; 5)discuss HR’s role in leading the establishment, communication and transformation; 6) create a personal and organizational “Focus on Five” plan

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