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The 4 Components of an Employee-Led Lean Initiative

In this webinar, you will learn four elements of Lean transformation, including how to: 

  • Create the environment / culture 
  • Bring in structure and systems 
  • Implement and measure the results 
  • Develop the people

About the Presenters:

Change-Agent-Simon-Murray.jpgSimon Murray

Leading the BIG Change Agency’s manufacturing team, Simon is a natural process improvement specialist. With a background covering industries from bricks to bread, Simon has assisted dozens of organisations move towards operational excellence with the processes used being applicable in small family businesses through to billion dollar multinationals alike.

With his experience covering Engineering, Operational and General Management positions, Simon brings a unique perspective to business improvement that enables programs to be developed that engage and impact all areas of the organisation. Understanding how every aspect of a business process fits together, Simon focuses on developing and improving systems that eliminate waste in all of its forms.


Benny-Headshot.jpgBenny Ausmus

CEO and Lead Facilitator of the BIG Change Agency – Benny Ausmus is a natural change maker. With a background in psychology and business coaching, Benny has assisted over 100 business leaders, executives, and sales directors in facilitating their organisations’ inner working and operative environment.

Understanding how small changes can create big differences, Benny emphasises on delivering minor yet valuable improvements that truly work, mostly through strategic consultation, cultural change facilitation, business training and coaching with BIG Change Agency. With his experience as a business trainer and facilitator for many national and international organisations including Telstra, Commonwealth Bank and EXA IT Solutions; Benny has successfully delivered more than 150 training sessions and workshops.