LEAN SIX SIGMA WORLD CONFERENCE
Using Social Responsibility To Improve Your Project's Chance for Success
Presenter: William O. Ingram III, Director of Lean Product Development, Interface, LaGrange, GA, USA
Keywords:Social, Sustainability, Project
Increasing your understanding of social responsibility is key to generating the influence required to move your projects forward. Having a practical method to apply social responsibility principles creates individuals who are prepared to succeed while making a positive impact with their actions. Without this understanding even the best projects can fail, surprising everyone involved. If you want to learn how to: • Align your project with your organization’s values and social responsibility • Identify and visualize social alignment and resistance • Increase your projects chance of success • Do the right thing and be successful • Articulate your ideas in a positive manner Then you need to attend this session! In addition, this session will give you the information you need to jumpstart your journey into increased effectiveness harnessing the influence of social responsibility. When you leave you will understand why social responsibility is the most important concept is you’ve never considered. In this session you will also learn some practical skills like how to: • Identify and analyze stakeholders’ attitudes • Interpret the potential impact of your project on your stakeholders • Create a communication strategy to increase your project’s chance for success • Increase the level of social dialog for participants • Increase the level of social protection for participants Don’t miss the chance to learn the basics of the S-Phase in the CISR SOFAIR method. CISR, which stands for Continual Improvement in Social Responsibility, is Lean Six Sigma applied to social responsibility. SOFAIR is an emerging evolution of the Six Sigma DMAIC method which focuses on the VOS (Voice Of the Stakeholder) instead of the VOC (Voice Of the Customer). By changing your perspective, you can supercharge the Lean Six Sigma understanding you already know and use your talent for good.