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MORNING FOCUS: PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT

8:00AM – 9:00AM

Opening Keynote: John Wooden’s Timeless Principles

The Role of Coaching in Developing People

Professor Ronald Gallimore

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9:00-10:00AM

Make A Decision!
Hank Bias

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Lean Fellowship, an Approach to Developing People in the State of Washington Government
Hollie Jensen

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Simulation and Video-based Debriefing (VBD) as a method for developing people
Naomi Steinitz

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Q&A with Round 1 of “People Development” Keynotes

10:00-10:30AM

Networking and Resource Center Break

10:30-11:30

Leadership Coaching: Principles for developing Problem Solvers
Cynthia Calluori & Pierre Capistran

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Coaching to Enhance Hospitality
Stephen Crowley, Starbucks
Co-presenters: Whitney Law, John Byers, Lars Koerber

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Using Kata in Healthcare
Barb Bouche

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Q&A with Round 2 of “People Development” Keynotes

11:30-12:30PM

Networking Lunch

AFTERNOON FOCUS: PROBLEM SOLVING

12:30-1:00PM

Afternoon Keynote: Coaching Problem Solving and Developing People Toyota Style
Art Smalley

1:00-2:00PM

Lean vs. Traditional (Business School) Problem Solving
Scott Heydon

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Creating a Culture for Problem Solving
David Meier

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Using TWI Skills in Problem Solving
Patrick Graupp & Scott Curtis

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Q&A with Round 1 of “Problem Solving” Keynotes

2:00-2:30PM

Networking and Resource Center Break

2:30-3:30PM

The Key Role of Standardized Work in Problem Solving
Sammy Obara

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Overwork is Overhead
Jim Benson

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The Power of Self-Reflection
Mark Reich

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Q&A with Round 2 of “Problem Solving” Keynotes

3:30-4:00PM

Wrap-up: Coaching to Create Problem Solvers
John Shook, LEI

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BREAKOUT FOCUS: DEVELOPING PEOPLE

8:30AM – 10:00AM

Select 1 of the 6
options

The Continuous Performance Improvement Process of Coach John Wooden
Coach Hank Bias & Professor Ronald Gallimore

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Lean Fellowship, an Approach to
Developing People in the
State of Washington Government

Hollie Jensen

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Developing managers’ and leaders’ coaching capabilities using Simulation and Video-based Debriefing (VBD)
Naomi Steinitz

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Leadership Coaching:
Principles for Developing
Problem Solvers
Cynthia Calluori & Pierre Capistran

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Coaching to Enhance
Hospitality

Stephen Crowley,
Starbucks
Co-presenters:
Whitney Law, John Byers,
Lars Koerber

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Using Kata in
Healthcare
Barb Bouche

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10:00AM – 10:30AM

Networking and Resource Center Break

BREAKOUT FOCUS: PROBLEM SOLVING

10:30AM – 12:00PM

Select 1 of the 6
options

Lean vs. Traditional
(Business School)
Problem Solving
Scott Heydon

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Creating a Culture for Problem Solving
David Meier

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Using TWI Skills in
Problem Solving
Patrick Graupp & Scott Curtis

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The Key Role of Standardized Work in Problem Solving
Sammy Obara

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Personal
Kanban

Jim Benson

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The Power of
Self-Reflection
Mark Reich

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12:00PM – 1:00PM

Networking Lunch

BREAKOUT FOCUS: DEVELOPING PEOPLE (sessions repeated)

1:00PM – 2:30PM

Select 1 of the 6
options

The Continuous Performance Improvement Process of Coach John Wooden
Coach Hank Bias & Professor Ronald Gallimore

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Lean Fellowship, an Approach to
Developing People in the
State of Washington Government

Hollie Jensen

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Developing managers’ and leaders’ coaching capabilities using Simulation and Video-based Debriefing (VBD)
Naomi Steinitz

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Leadership Coaching:
Principles for Developing
Problem Solvers
Cynthia Calluori & Pierre Capistran

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Coaching to Enhance
Hospitality

Stephen Crowley,
Starbucks
Co-presenters:
Whitney Law, John Byers,
Lars Koerber

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Using Kata in
Healthcare
Barb Bouche

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2:30PM – 3:00PM

Networking and Resource Center Break

BREAKOUT FOCUS: PROBLEM SOLVING (sessions repeated)

3:00PM – 4:30PM

Select 1 of the 6
options

Lean vs. Traditional
(Business School)
Problem Solving
Scott Heydon

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Creating a Culture for Problem Solving
David Meier

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Using TWI Skills in
Problem Solving
Patrick Graupp & Scott Curtis

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The Key Role of Standardized Work in Problem Solving
Sammy Obara

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Personal
Kanban

Jim Benson

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The Power of
Self-Reflection
Mark Reich

4:30PM – 5:00PM

Day 2 Closing Remarks

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OPTIONAL FULL-DAY WORKSHOPS

The optional full-day workshops on Day 3 continue the progression into a deeper, more hands-on experience. Select from the workshops below to focus your attention on a specific set of skills.

Workshop Fee: $925

9:00AM-5:00PM

Visualizing the Problem
for Collaboration

Lesa Nichols

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Performance Under Pressure
Hank Bias & Ronald Gallimore

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Teaching Through
the Fingertips
Jeff Smith

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TWI & Kata: A Problem Solving Approach
Patrick Graupp & Scott Curtis

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Problem Solving and A3
David Meier

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Facilitating Reflection for Learning, Improvement and Development
David Verble

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Gemba Tours

Finish your Summit experience with a Gemba Tour. These optional half-day sessions are a great way to see what you learned and practiced being used in real-world environments. Gemba Tours are available for $475.

King County Finance & Business Operations
Building the Problem Muscle – A3 Thinking and Coaching

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Starbucks
Coaching in Action

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Video Reflections

Sharpen your coaching skills by practicing specific skills in front of a video camera. This is an excellent opportunity to review your practice with an experienced coach. These optional Video Reflection sessions are available for $575.

Teaching & Coaching Practice and Reflection
Hank Bias & Ronald Gallimore

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Double-Loop Reflection
Naomi Steinitz

One-on-One Coaching

A number of highly experience Lean Coaches will be available for some private, one-on-one time that best meets your needs. Would you like to discuss an implementation plan? Practice specific skills with real-time feedback? Look at this as a valuable consulting visit without travel costs and long blocks of time with an experience coach. These optional Coaching Engagements are available for purchase in 50-minute increments for $400/time slot.

Jim Benson

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Margie Hagene

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