Episode 16: Measure, Monitor, Sustain: Lab Problem Solving Made Easy!- Sarah Cook
Do you need to improve your lab’s procedures for standard work, reduce “work-arounds” or do you want better results out of your lab’s projects? This episode is a sequel to S2 Ep. 4 “Lean on Me” and is the perfect listen for any leader that wants to work smarter, not harder!
Today, co-host, Stephanie Whitehead, and returning special guest, Sarah Cook CLS, LSSBB, continue their conversation about LEAN and discuss the essential principles to Measure, Monitor and Sustain process improvements in the lab.
Tune in as Sarah mentors our listeners on how to use the DMAIC strategy (and other tools) to positively influence common projects in the laboratory!
If you are a formal or informal leader in your laboratory, grab your pen and listen closely for advice on how maximize the outcomes in your lab and drive results for your team!
Special Guest Bio:
Sarah Cook, CLS, LSSBB is a collaborative, multi-faceted consultant with proven experience in project management, quality and process improvement, and integrating organizational change with business strategy and tracking of key performance indicators. With a proven history of achieving and executing on a company’s visions and goals, Sarah has experience collaborating with Executives and team members of all levels to drive results.
Listeners can follow Sarah on LinkedIn @Sarah Cook.
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