Lean thinking in our Healthcare industry

PCB LEAN FORUM 7 November 2017: Learning from Healthcare Success Stories.

Lean principles can successfully be applied in the Healthcare environment to improve both hospital management and the patient experience.

A culture of problem solving needs to be embedded into our healthcare delivery approach to enable efficient and effective service delivery.

Join Jayshree Naicker as she shares key learnings from success stories of how Lean thinking can transform our healthcare industry.

Guest Speaker:

Jayshree Naicker

Qualified Pharmacist and Lean Six Sigma Master Consultant

DATE:  7 November 2017

TIME:  17:00 pm

VENUE:  Chamber House, Royal Showgrounds, Pietermaritzburg

About Jayshree:

Jayshree is a highly regarded advisor and mentor with a passion for change leadership to achieve sustainable results.  A qualified pharmacist and Lean Six Sigma Master consultant, Jayshree serves a key role in engaging with clients to develop and execute strategy and implement operational excellence initiatives. She has trained and mentored executives, leaders and improvement practitioners in finding creative and innovative solutions to business problems. Her industry experience includes ABSA, Avis, Barclays, Consol, Discovery Health, Liberty Life, MCG Industries, Medical Research Council, Momentum Health, Nedbank, Sasol, Standard Bank and Sovereign Health. She obtained an international accreditation through the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, gaining exposure to the National Health Services(NHS) and received a Bachelor of Pharmacy Degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.

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About Training Leadership Consulting

Training Leadership Consulting (TLC) is a leading Business Improvement Service Provider. Founded in 2001, TLC provides Training and Management Consulting services focused on Process Management and Performance Improvement. Your company will benefit from TLC's years of International and local experience in Change Management, Process, Lean and Six Sigma.
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