Presentation on theme: "Denver Peak Academy Black Belt Training Day 5 – Celebration!"— Presentation transcript:
1 Denver Peak Academy Black Belt Training Day 5 – Celebration!
2 Agenda – Day 5: Celebration TopicTimeMorningPeak Academy overview & expectations for Black Belts8:00am – 8:30amMorning – Early Afternoon“Ignite” us with your innovation ideas – 5min Ignite presentationsGraduation & celebration8:30am – 12:30pmPeak Academy
3 Peak AcademyBlack Belt TrainingWhat’s Expected after Training
4 Why Peak Academy? City Leaders have been asking… What tools and training are available to support our colleagues as they go through Peak Performance?“Investing in Ourselves”The Mayor’s Office & City leaders have created the Peak Academy to train colleagues in the principles of LeanTools and training to enable us to achieve performance improvements through Peak PerformanceTraining will be offered through the Business Process Improvement teamEngaging other agencies and outside consultants who donate their time to provide training and supportCertifications that carry into your career at the City
5 What is the Peak Academy? Denver Green BeltsIntroduction to LeanDenver Black BeltsLearning & applying Lean toolsPeak PerformersFellowships | Facilitating LeanWhoAll EmployeesUsually a training set up by a manager or supervisor.Recommended by Manager and Selected by Peak AcademyDurationAcquired through either:4-hour training about Lean & perform a just-do-it (JDI) or a 6-S at your workParticipation in a Rapid Improvement Event (RIE)5 day intensive, hands-on training exposing Denver colleagues to:Process Improvement “101”Tools to ID wasteWays to eliminate wasteHow to prioritize ideas within Peak Performance framework Citywide & within their agency3 Months of FellowshipIncludes Black Belt training & certification followed by facilitating RIEs in other agencies.Remaining 9 Months of FellowshipWork ½-time as a Fellow setting up Peak Improvement structure within their home agency. Ongoing Peak support for Mayor’s Office as approved by managerWhatTraining includes: Peak Performance overview, tools to ID waste in a process, 6S, Just-Do-It, tools to make changes and track5 day intensive, hands-on training. Modules include: Gemba walk, tools to ID/remove process waste, case studies about Lean, how to analyze data, and facilitation best-practices5 Day Black Belt TrainingTools/Methodology/Hands-onProcess Improvement Facilitation – Using the See It/Do It/Train it modelWhat’s Expected after?Document 2-to-3 improvement ideas and submit them to the Peak AcademyPerform either:Perform & document a JDI or…Perform a 6-S at y our workDocument 3-to-4 ideas annually including ties to strategic plan, scope of initiative and improvements that will resultDeliver 2-to-3 ideas as approved by the agency/dept manager.
6 Certifications – More Detail Peak Academy CertificationsBlack BeltGreen BeltPeak PerformerSpecial Type of Black BeltDo I need to be a Green Belt before I can be a Black Belt?NO. But the preference is that a person attend a green belt class and complete one innovation prior to applying to black belt.Do I need to be a to be a Black Belt before I can be a Peak Performer?NO. Peak Performers are Black Belts but go on to learn facilitation skills, put them into practice in another agency, and put those skills to use back in their home agency.Peak Academy
7 Peak Academy 2014 Timeline for Black Belts Black Belt Training Dates in 2014:January 27-31July 21-25February 24-28August 18-22March 24-28September 15-19April 21-25October 20-24May 19-23November 17-21June 16-20December 15-19Peak Academy
8 Peak Academy: Next Steps after Graduation PEP Updates for 2014We will work with you and your supervisor to update your 2014 PEP with the following outcome titled “Black Belt Innovation”Submit Ideas for Innovation to the Peak Academy (first 3 Boxes of the A3)Review ideas with Peak Academy and your management team (Supervisor, Manager(s), and Agency Exec)Required for buy-in and the plan for implementationPresent in A3 formatTie to your Agency/Dept’s strategic plan!Deliver/Implement the ideas & submit completed A3 to Peak Academy with a CC-to your supervisorPeak Academy
9 Peak Academy: Updating your 2014 PEP Initial Steps (within 1 month after Black Belt training)We will your supervisor with language for 2014 PEPWe will ask your supervisor to confirm by that:They have updated your 2014 PEP to include the requirements for submitting and implementing innovation ideas% weight of Innovation Outcome determined by you and your supervisor (or manager). Peak Academy will not dictate a %-weight requirementJan – July 2014 Cohorts2 ideas implemented (completed A3) = “Meets Expectations”3 ideas implemented (completed A3) = “Exceeds Expectations”4 ideas implemented (completed A3) = “Outstanding”Aug – Oct 2014 Cohorts1 idea implemented (completed A3) = “Meets Expectations”2 ideas implemented (completed A3) = “Exceeds Expectations”3 ideas implemented (completed A3) = “Outstanding”Nov – Dec 2014 CohortsNo 2014 expectation. Will work to update 2015 PEPPeak Academy
10 Peak Academy: Next Steps after Graduation (Cont’d) PEP Updates in 2015 and beyondTBD.We’re going to evaluate Peak Performance, Peak Academy, and the implementation of “innovations”. This will set the direction for how PEPs and expectations might be adjusted in 2015.Peak Academy
11 Peak Academy: Connecting with your cohort Black Belt BuddiesPlease pick a “buddy” from your cohort. Your buddy should be someone who is NOT in your department that you DID NOT know before the cohort began. This is someone you can go to for:support,to bounce ideas off of andsomeone you should encourage to innovatePlease be sure you have your buddy’s contact information and set a time to meet with them for coffee or lunch to discuss your innovations.Peak Academy
12 Peak Academy: Connection with BB Alumni Black Belt Connections (Continued Education)Periodic meetings with Black BeltsHighlight Innovation Ideas through presentations (possibly in Ignite format?)Peak Performance Website will provide infos sent out to all Black Belts announcing Continued Peak Education events, occurring every quarterMonthly book clubsPeak Academy
13 Peak Academy: Next Steps after Graduation Jump-Start on Innovation IdeasYou should have three to four A3’s startedAfter review with your management team, these can be submitted to to meet your 2014 PEP requirementsPeak Academy
15 Day 5 Wrap-Up PeakAcademy@denvergov.org Brian Elms Tom Chase –Phone –Faustino PayánPhone –Melissa Field–Phone –Tom Chase–Phone –Greg Reger–Phone –Patrice Hawkins–Phone –Kent Lighthall–Phone –Peak Academy
16 Day 5 Wrap-Up Submitting Innovation Ideas or Q’s to Peak Academy: SurveyWe will send you a link to take a survey about this classPlease complete the survey and provide input to help us improve the curriculum for future Black Belts!Resources after GraduationOr /Call us!
17 Peak Academy Message from the Mayor’s Office “The Road Ahead after Training”