This 1.5-day online workshop co-delivered in partnership with Landmark Decisions and Barrington OPS covers the basics of Activity-Based Planning (ABP) and Lean and how they can be merged into a comprehensive approach for business modeling, resource management and process improvement following the DMAIC approach.
Through use of a case study (provided in advance of the workshop), participants will gain hands-on experience in using Lean and ABP concepts to build operational models that aid in the identification/elimination of waste. These models can also be used for “what-if” analysis to better forecast the anticipated cost savings and impact on profitability of proposed Lean changes in business processes and/or changes in resources or client demands.
A short case study will be provided to participants for review in advance of the workshop
Participants will receive a White-Belt Certification in Lean concepts
Logan Baillie, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, EIT, M.Sc (in progress), is a consultant with Barrington OPS providing expertise in Lean Six Sigma implementation, training and coaching. Logan uses his Lean Six Sigma skills and analytical background in engineering and analytics to support clients in their pursuit of performance excellence. Logan has extensive background in both private and public sectors. Having worked in Healthcare, Aerospace, Food Processing, and Finance, Logan has worked with all levels of client organizations both locally and globally.
His most recent work includes leading various Lean Six Sigma projects in the public sectors. His recent clients include Early Education and Childhood Development, Workers Compensation Board, Service Nova Scotia, and the Department of Health and Wellness. Logan enjoys working with clients to solve their toughest problems.
Mike Haley, M.Sc., is President of Landmark Decisions Inc., a Canadian niche consulting firm providing worldwide “performance alignment” facilitation, training, and implementation services. Mike has over 25 years’ experience in developing and delivering professional training on strategic and operational planning and cost modeling techniques which help public-sector organizations improve their business decision-making capacity.
Public sector clients have included Canadian Coast Guard, Health Canada, Transport Canada, Treasury Board Secretariat, Veterans Affairs, University of Sydney (AUS), US Navy, and various departments in the New Zealand government. Mike has also worked with private-sector clients such as Air Canada, Bell Aliant, Kroger Foods, Maersk-Sealand, Pfizer, and Telekom Malaysia.
A frequent speaker/lecturer on topics of operational costing and performance reporting, Mike also serves on the Board of the Nova Scotia Chapter of the Financial Management Institute of Canada (FMI.ca), a Canadian not-for-profit volunteer association focused on knowledge sharing in all aspects of public sector financial management.