Lean isn’t “find a problem, fix a problem, and move on to the next problem.” For significant, lasting change, you must pick the right problems to solve in the right order. You need to have a direction, a vision, and a plan. Your leadership team decides on the direction, then everyone can proceed together.
- Introduction: Create An All-Encompassing Direction For The Organization
- Key Idea: Hoshin Planning: Precise And Disciplined Strategic Planning Works Best
- The Leaders Create The Goals
- Create Department Goals
- Identify Team Goals Within the Department
- Team Goals Identify Kaizens: Continuous Improvement And Good Change
- Monitor Progress On A Regular Basis
- Identify your organization’s vision.
- Create a strategy for your organization.
- Use Lean tools to turn strategies into well-articulated tasks for everyone.
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