Industrial Competiveness & Worker Leadership: A Conversation with Fred Stahl, Former Director at Boeing Co.
|Date: September 17th 2014|
|Time: 6:00pm – 9:30pm|
|Location: 1100 New York Avenue, NW 7th Floor, West Tower|
In cooperation with the Harvard Business Club of Washington, DC, we are pleased to present a conversation with Fred Stahl on Worker Leadership. Worker Leadership is a new and innovative production system that creates jobs loaded with responsibility and authority—which workers love because they can be more productive. Managers are thrilled with the dramatic improvements in enterprise productivity, while shareholders love the higher profits. and unions are attracted to a new and vital role.
Join us to hear from Fred Stahl about the theory, strategy and practice of Worker Leadership as he shows why it is the future of work. Mr. Stahl is the author of a new book titled “WORKER LEADERSHIP: America’s Secret Weapon in the Battle for Industrial Competitiveness”.
Cocktail reception will be held before the event from 6:00pm – 7:30pm
(Early response is encouraged as space is limited)
Fred Stahl is a former Boeing Company executive and an early leader of MIT’s Lean Aircraft Initiative. This initiative brought together industry, government, labor unions, and academics to apply Toyota principles and practices to production of aerospace systems. At Boeing, Mr. Stahl led the Lean Manufacturing Assessment Project which compared Boeing’s factories with the world’s best. He is also former corporate liaison to NATO for Boeing.
Sponsored by the Harvard Business School Club of Washington, DC
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