We sat down with Andreas Odhage, a consultant and expert in how to think lean-agile for continuous improvement. Andreas has worked as an international ISO lead auditor and emphasizes, “working with lean-agile means ISO 9001.”
His specialty lies within building a sustainable continuous improvement culture within an organization. It is important to understand that thinking lean-agile for continuous improvement is a survival skill for all organizations in today’s world.
In the webinar, Andreas Odhage answers questions such as:
– What are lean-agile processes?
– What is important when building a management system?
– Why are tools important?
– How do you engage employees to think lean-agile?
– How do you eliminate waste?
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Feel free to reach out to Andreas Odhage at email@example.com if you are interested in his services or have any questions about how to think lean-agile for continuous improvement.