Obeya, management hype of the moment. What is it, how does it work and how can it help your organization collaborate more effectively and make better decisions? The training is provided by Tim Wiegel, author of "Leading with Obeya", who takes you through the background, visualisations and principles necessary to understand Obeya and make effective use of it. We use a life-size demo Obeya for this training with which you’ll get the chance to practice based on case examples.
What is Obeya?
Obeya means "big room" with everything that matters on the wall to learn and make better decisions together. It originated with Toyota in the late 1990s when they used this way of working for the first Prius. But beware, it's not just about what's on the wall, the team's way of thinking and acting matters to a greater extent if you really want to work more effectively at a leadership level. In two days we take you into the Leadership with Obeya method. Want to know more about this method? Go to leadingwithobeya.com
Result of the training
You go home with:
- Insight into the principles behind Obeya
- Knowledge and skills to use Obeya yourself
- What it takes to getd on Obeya
- Pracitcal examples of Obeya according to the Leadership with Obeya method
What are you learning?
- Where does Obeya come from and how does it relate to Lean and Agile working
- Understanding the essence of leadership, why it is difficult and how Obeya helps
- We explore the visual parts of Obeya
- You see and practice with physical Obeya and see an example of a virtual version of it
- How the LWO reference model works and how you can apply it yourself in your own environment
- What a process to start with Obeya looks like
Who is the training for?
The training is for anyone interested in working with Obeya. You will learn the fundamental aspects of using Obeya. Managers, people in support functions, self-managing teams, coaches and facilitators can all benefit from this.
To participate in this training you will receive the LWO Fundamentals certificate of recognition of participation in the training. This is published from Leadingwithobeya.com