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Recorded Webinars collaborated with Foodseminarsinternational
Building Food Safety and Quality Improvement Teams ($298)
(Webinar Length:  1hr 25min)

Overview:

There are very few people who would try to defend a lack of teamwork in the business world.
As the FDA FSMA begins to impact the food supply chain, building a successful and powerful
team approach can greatly simplify meeting new requirements and provide significant
defense against unwanted FDA visits and audits. Combining food safety and quality thinking
into the most powerful preventive approach is on the horizon.

Learning how to develop and implement functional, cross functional, production, supervisorial
and specialized teams requires new thinking and organizational change that can head off
many of the interdepartmental food safety and quality issues managers are not aware of.

Quality and process improvement teams can learn to prioritize and attack problems in all
business functions at the corporate and facility levels. Effective team building that focuses on
quality (and other) problems has been shown to smooth all operational functions.

Why you should attend:

Many operational problems are solvable but are ineffectively resolved due to departmental
barriers. Company functional and cross-functional management improvement teams can be
empowered to eliminate barriers between them. Teams require training designed to help
them over the lack of trust and cooperation often found in simple and complex organizations.

Learning to build effective teams is not complex, does not cost your company a ton of money
and begins with team oriented policy and operational changes.

Learning objectives:

Understand the difference between teams and work groups
Learn the basics of facilitating teams
Learn team organizational concepts
Identify team types and learn how to operationalize them
Follow a step-by-step approach to implementation
Be able to focus specialized teams on special problem areas
Be able to teach your teams to use a basic team problem solving and reporting process
Extend the quality team concept to your suppliers
Learn to focus teams on quality cost issues

Areas covered in this webinar:

Facilitation
Basic team building, setting team targets and goals
Establishing organizational teamwork
Functional and cross functional teams
Team trigger mechanisms
Production teams
Establishing team rules
Getting rapid response from supervisors, engineers and other support staff
Team cost controls and reward structures

Who will benefit from this webinar:
Food manufacturers
Upper level management at both the corporate and facility levels
Functional managers, directors and supervisors
Quality and Food Safety Specialists
Production personnel
Selected internal personnel with leadership potential
U.S. and international manufacturers
Operations and manufacturing personnel
HR personnel

Presenter--Dr John Ryan

Dr. Ryan is the president of RyanSystems.com. He holds a Ph.D. in research and statistical
methods. He has successfully worked at the corporate and facility levels helping teams to
design, implement and measure team impact. His training and high involvement approach
has set manufacturing, service, agriculture and food transportation companies on the path to
building new reputations among their competitors and customers.

After holding quality engineering, director and vice president positions in both quality and
operations, Dr. Ryan has led a successful career by providing training and consulting support
to companies like Intel, Seagate, The Hawaii State Department of Agriculture, the Orfalea
Graduate School of Business at Cal Poly and others. Dr. Ryan book, “The Quality Team
Concept In Total Quality Control” was published by the American Society for Quality.

Building Food Safety and Quality Improvement Teams
(Webinar Length:  1hr 25min)

Webinar Price ($289)
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