Lean is about the People

Lean can be misguided by focusing on process and tools. Often, we forget the #1 Tenet, “Respect for People.” If Lean doesn’t improve our work life and make work more enjoyable, What is the point? Have you wondered how to implement “respect for people”? With Lean tools, do you wonder why sometimes it works, while other times there is resistance? Respect for People is at the center of the tenets because without Respect for People, the other tenets fall short. Yet Respect for People is as complex as it is simple – a deep, complex topic that makes or breaks addressing the other five. This session will focus on how, why, and where we extend and withhold trust, how we judge people, and where our default internal wiring and learned ways of thinking impact the environments we create. You’ll take away tangible applications to immediately implement to intentionally impact cultures that truly put Respect for People in center.





Kyle Majchrowski, Banner Health - Kyle is the founder of Ripple Intent, a non-profit group which leads events focused on improving people, teams, and organizations. As Senior Project Executive within Banner Health, Kyle supports the team that manages renovations and new construction throughout 5 States. Kyle’s teams continue to impact the project delivery experience, implementing collaborative efforts to build a strong culture of trust and vulnerability to deliver successful projects. Driven to substantially impact workplace connection and engagement, his group explores new opportunities in delivery means, methods, and relationships.





Coffee and light breakfast will be provided.


Parking is available onsite, free of charge.


2/9/2024 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Central Standard Time
The Boldt Company 101 W Hefner Rd. Oklahoma City, OK 73114 UNITED STATES
Registration is closed.