Online Course Proven to be Most Effective in Lean World

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When George Trachilis, asked the world-renowned expert on Toyota Lean, why is it that most companies fail to get the benefits that Lean claims to deliver, Jeffery K. Liker, best-selling author of the book, The Toyota Way, said, “ In one word,  Leadership.

That’s when George offered to create an online course called “The Toyota Way to Lean Leadership,” named after Liker’s most recent book, which is sure to be his biggest contribution towards creating Lean Leaders at all levels in an organization. The course helps organizations develop leaders from within, rather than relying on consultants, ensuring sustainability.

Trachilis and Liker have joined together to create Liker Leadership Institute Inc., “Where Vision is Created and Achieved.” The Institute is an unprecedented pool of world class intellectual capital within a virtual setting. Dedicated professionals committed to the personal and leadership development of students through innovative online courses using a personal coaching format. Coaches mentor students through the online course, assisting them with the implementation of the tools to navigate and solve real-world problems as they progress.

Focusing on honing individual behaviors to develop a self-sustaining leadership learning culture which in turn will build high-performances enterprises for the long-term, the Liker Leadership Institute puts people first, and process second.

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For more information please contact:

George Trachilis, P.Eng., CPIM

President, Liker Leadership Institute, Inc.


About Liker Leadership Institute Inc.

Liker Leadership Institute is a global pool of world class intellectual capital and industry experts accessible within a virtual setting. George Trachilis partnered with world renowned Toytota Lean expert Jeffery K. Liker, best-selling author of the book “The Toyota Way,” to form the organization which aims to help students realize their full Lean Leadership potential.

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