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Using Continuous Improvement to Strengthen Your Ownership Culture

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This replay was recorded on May 31, 2016.

About This Meeting

When employees think, act and feel like owners, companies are better places to work and they out-perform the competition. This webinar will explore how employee-owned firms can use continuous improvement tools and strategies to build or enhance their ownership culture at the frontline by engaging and empowering employees where work is done, and value is created, every day.

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Matt Hancock

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Praxis Consulting Group

Matt is a consultant at Praxis, where he assists clients in implementing high-engagement workforce strategies. Matt has experience in education, employee ownership, and change management in the U.S. and Europe. His key competencies include leadership development, high performance ownership cultures, and continuous improvement. A recognized expert on the Italian cooperative movement, Matt is the author of Compete to Cooperate, a book about the Italian cooperative movement.

Alex Jaccaci

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Alex is a member of the corporate improvement team at Hypertherm. Alex is responsible for continuous improvement learning and development for the global company. His background includes leading strategic planning, quality and performance improvement in healthcare, and consulting with clients in in leadership, team and organizational development. Alex holds a BA in sustainable design and a MA in organizational management and development