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Pounding people over the head with Lean concepts doesn't work. Instead, try to create demand for what Lean offers. This video article covers three different ways to get people wanting Lean...without even knowing it.
The 1/3, 2/3 rule is a rule of thumb for planning. It is intended to make sure a leader gives her team enough time to complete their work.
It is a Video Term from Phase 3 (Starting the Journey) of our Continuous Improvement Development System.
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People on continuous improvement project teams have constant pressure on them to leave the team to go take care of things in their day to day job. This rule of thumb can help them decide when to leave.
Lean Office Overview (Legacy Module - Recorded Webinar)
Service organizations are gaining an ever-increasing role in the global economy. On top of that, increased productivity and global competition has reduced the percentage of shop floor employees and increased those in administrative roles in companies that manufacture physical products. The Lean o...
Offenses and defenses are generally ranked based on points scored and points allowed. The problem is, that doesn't account for different conditions faced by each squad.You'll face similar problems when creating metrics for Lean operation.
One of the major changes employees will experience in a continuous improvement focused company is the prevalence of working with many measurements. "Working With Metrics" explains why metrics are used, discusses pros, cons and costs, and touches on how to work within a metrics-driven organization
Not Recognizing Problems is a BIG Problem (Lean Learning Video)
Knowing and using a problem solving methodology is only part of the battle. Another part of the fight, and for some, a HUGE part, is recognizing there is a problem in the first place. Far too often, people become numb to problems and don't try to solve them. This video give you 10 ways to help yo...
The PDCA cycle, or Plan Do Check Act, provides a systematic way to approach problems. This structured approach increases the likelihood of developing a lasting solution. This video of a narrated PowerPoint presentation gives an overview of the PDCA cycle and shows you how to start using it to bui...