The Jersey Chamber July lunch is kindly sponsored by JE3.com and facilitated by Jersey Business with international speaker Professor Bob Emiliani calling from the USA to inform a discussion on the role of leaders in creating a culture that delivers increased productivity, engaged people and better profits.
Jersey Business will share insights from their recently commissioned survey into the productivity challenge in Jersey, highlighting the opportunities for leaders to capitalise on the changes brought about during the Covid-19 crisis and in the post-pandemic environment.
Bob Emiliani is an internationally recognised business improvement leadership guru. He is an engineer, researcher, author, historian of progressive management, teacher, education reformer, and executive coach. Having worked in industry for 15 years with management responsibility in engineering and operations, he is now a full-time professor at Connecticut State University. Bob will discuss the concept of lean leadership and how it can transform organisational performance.
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Dr. Bob Emiliani has been a Lean practitioner and professor of Lean management for 25 years. Prior joining academia, he worked in industry for 15 years and had management responsibility in engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain management. Bob was part of a team responsible for implementing Lean principles and practices in both manufacturing and supply chains at Pratt & Whitney. He was the first academic to establish a research agenda focused on Lean leadership, resulting in numerous publications and varied leadership development workshops. Bob is a prolific, versatile, and award-winning writer whose publications span engineering, business, social sciences, and humanities. He has authored 25 books and dozens of research papers across six different disciplines. His work on Lean leadership and Lean as applied to higher education are widely recognized. Bob created an innovative, process-based understanding of leadership called “Speed Leadership.” His most recent work uncovers the network of factors that impede the advancement of Lean management. Please visit www.bobemiliani.com