What People Are Saying...
Cheryl Adas, LSSMBB
Chief Transformation Officer, CA Consulting
Former Learning Business Manager
Covid has disrupted the workplace, and this approach is fresh - it combines the best elements of People and Process, to bring out the best in all stakeholders for business clients. I like the short videos, with salient points documented and strong voice narration....Good visuals for next steps to dig deeper with teams on how to apply these concepts in Lean Positive workshops.
Terry Callanan, PhD
President, WalkOn Consulting, LLC
Former Chief Culture and Chief Quality Officer
Carestream Health, Inc.
The training is of high quality and the message of high importance. If you want to create a sustainable continuous improvement culture, the concepts of healthy motivation and human value should become part of your vernacular and focus. From a training perspective, I found myself wanting to learn more as the course progressed and looking forward to each section.
Retired, VP Quality
Certified Six Sigma Quality Leader
Lean and industrial psychology have always been two separate fundamentals in overall business improvement. The latter is, sadly, often ignored, leading to unsustained improvements. Lean Positive has identified this shortfall, and has finally united these two in a singular solid program!
SPX FLOW, Inc.
Professional Services Leader,
International Expense Management
Scott Glassman, PsyD
Director, MS Program in Applied Positive Psychology
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Matt is an excellent narrator, the pace is perfect, the language is clear, and concepts are easy for a broad audience. Very useful information to inform more productive, positive workplaces.
Director, Operational Excellence and Customer Experience
The exceptional process improvement methodology takes a "systems" perspective that includes the process itself, the technology enabling that process, and the people physically doing the process. Lean Positive understands that a balanced approach with equal weighting to all three components is necessary for sustained improvement. Without caring for the social and emotional responses of employees, many projects will fail to provide long-term improvement and fall short of client expectations.