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Tuesday, April 2 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Considering Purpose, People, and Process when Managing Change

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 By applying lean and agile principles to talent management processes, leaders can limit the resources required to motivate performance and accelerate change. ThriVinci will share best practices for creating a north star, crafting and managing talent-centric processes, and establishing a flexible team accepting of change. After reviewing the foundations of lean, specifically, emphasizing value-added activities, attendees will review structured interview techniques to conduct a customer-focused needs assessment along with tools to diagram and understand process flow to enable identification of bottlenecks that need addressed. After learning how to better assess the current state, ADKAR change management techniques will be highlighted to help leaders build a culture of continuous improvement. Next, ThriVinci will share case studies of organizations utilizing Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) as a framework for ensuring performance outcomes align with organizational goals. Yet most importantly, as management by objectives are often hindered by role ambiguity and the employees’ inability to recognize organizational goals, ThriVinci will end with highlighting people-oriented talent management practices that support lean workflow management processes as talent is the most valuable resource. 

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Victoria Graeve-Cunningham

Executive Director and Organizational Consultant, ThriVinci
By integrating over 10 years of lean project management experiences and organizational development theory, Victoria worked with an amazing team to launch ThriVinci, which promotes talent development through volunteerism. Though she often supports strategic planning and change management... Read More →
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Mitch Cunningham

Business Analyst, Werner Enterprises
For the past 10 years, Mitch has supported BI development at multiple Fortune 500 companies along with one of the largest US private companies. After receiving his BS in MIS from the University of Nebraska, he earned his MBA from Creighton University to complement formal training... Read More →
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Kelsey Haswell

Lean Improvement Specialist, Nebraska Methodist Health
For the past 6 years, Kelsey has worked in the healthcare industry, an industry with vast opportunity in standardizing process and eliminating waste from process. She was worked on a variety of initiatives, including: decreasing in procedure time, standardizing survivorship care plans... Read More →

Tuesday April 2, 2019 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
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