presentations & Workshops

Balzer, B. (April, 2020). Lean Thinkinar: The Alignment of Institutional Practices to Support Lean. Presented virtually to Central Coast Lean.

View PDF

Balzer, B. (November, 2019). The role of psychology in the development, application, and assessment of Lean higher education. Presented at the Lean HE Hub Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

View PDF

 

Balzer, B. (November, 2017). The Alignment of Workplace Climate, Leadership and Other Institutional Practices to Support the Successful Implementation of Lean Higher Education. Invited presentation at Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI.

View PDF

Balzer, B. (May, 2017). The successful implementation of Lean higher education: A workshop on what we have learned from practice and research. Workshop presented at the 4th International Conference on Lean Six Sigma in Higher Education, West Lafayette, IN. 

 

Balzer, W.K. (May, 2017). The alignment of culture, strategy, and other institutional practices to support the successful implementation of Lean higher education. Invited keynote address to the 4th International Conference on Lean Six Sigma in Higher Education, West Lafayette, IN.

View PDF

Balzer, W.K. (November, 2016). What is Lean Higher Education? Invited keynote presentation at the Lean Higher Education Seminar, Ohio Department of Higher Education Efficiency Advisory Committee Meeting, Columbus, OH.

View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K. (September, 2015) Where is the evidence-based support for lean higher education? The research, the challenge, and the opportunities. Presented at the Lean HE Hub Conference, University of Waterloo, Ontario CA.

View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K., Krehbiel, T., & Ryan, A. (September, 2015). Lean higher education in Ohio: Complementary approaches at Miami University and Bowling Green State University for state-wide implementation. Presented at the Lean HE Hub Conference, University of Waterloo, Ontario CA. View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K. & Rada, T. (June, 2014). Why is the broad implementation of Lean Higher Education failing?  Invited presentation to the Second International Conference on Lean Six Sigma in Higher Education, Arnhem, Netherlands.

View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K. (June, 2014). Lean higher education: Working together to improve college & university effectiveness. Invited keynote presentation to the Ontario College Council of Chief Information Officers, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.

View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K. (June, 2013). Lean higher education: Principles and practices for making your branch campus more effective. Invited keynote presentation to the Regional and Branch Campus Administrators Conference, Longboat Key, FL.

View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K. (June 2013). Implementing lean in higher education: Learning from successes, facing challenges and realizing potential. Invited keynote presentation to the First International Conference on Lean Six Sigma in Higher Education. Glasgow, Scotland.

View PDF

Balzer, W.K. (June 2013). Implementing lean higher education: Gaining and leveraging senior leadership support. Invited workshop at the First International Conference on Lean Six Sigma in Higher Education. Glasgow, Scotland.

 

Balzer, W.K. (March, 2012). Lean higher education: Increasing the value and performance of college processes. Invited presentation to the Conference on Building the Agile University: Innovation and Improvement for a Better Student Experience. Cambridge, England.

View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K. (August, 2011). Lean higher education. Invited presentation to the senior leadership team and college faculty and staff, College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls, ID.

View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K. (November, 2010). Lean higher education. Invited presentation to the Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference, Chicago, IL.

View PDF

 

Balzer, W.K., Smith, E., & Alexander, K. (April, 2009). What do we know about the psychology of Lean? Presentation at the 23rd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

View PDF

connect
contact
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

© 2020 by William K. Balzer.